Rachel Conant will speak on "Strengthening the Response to Alzheimer's through Public Health and Public Policy."
Study involving UNMC and Hemispherx Biopharma, Inc., combines Ampligen drug, peptide vaccine in attempt to enhance immune system.
University of Nebraska at Omaha camps centered on sports, computer science and even financial investment.
Ward Chambers, M.D., is honored, and other news and notes from the UNMC community.
Institute is entering its 14th year.
Health education professionals are encouraged to take part in IAE's Education Showcase in May.
Building will open in late 2018.
IT staffer also has worked in pediatrics, public relations.
As a result of customer enthusiasm, a graduate of Project SEARCH will be employed to keep the cart open year-round.
Event will be held on April 5.
Patient will perform country music Friday at the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center.
Registration now open for golf, soccer, softball and other leagues.
Effort was first by SIM-NE to partner with a school district.
UNMC is a major economic engine for the state of Nebraska.
At the People's City Mission Medical Clinic in west Lincoln, College of Dentistry students offer services.
Prices will increase after April 1.
Thomas Rando, M.D., Ph.D., will speak on restoring youthful function to old cells.
Designation is given to hospitals that demonstrate excellence in nursing and implementation of best practices.
Quality improvement project will address issues specific to younger patients newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
Small items are often overlooked, but they can have a big impact on sustainability, too.
This year's medical class has an estimated 50 to 60 children.
Award ceremony will be held on April 24.
Registration still open for event at University of Nebraska at Omaha.
More than 80 percent of the program's recent graduates have remained in rural communities to start their career.
Neil Hansen, M.D., is first to hold the newly created professorship.
Twenty physicians attended the two-day course.
Med center's Tawny Roeder will take part in Nebraska's 9th Annual Lymphoma Walk on April 21.
Event supports the SHARING Clinics.
College of Allied Health Professions keeps on trekking, Sorrell convenience store hours shift during spring break, and other news and notes from the UNMC community.
The Chinook Trio will play today in the Durham Outpatient Center.
Study results may help enable the design of improved glaucoma treatments, specifically for children.
The web conferencing tool Zoom is being used across the University of Nebraska system.
Robertson is a member of UNMC faculty development team.
Project, beginning in April, will allow for significant enhancements to the parking lot.
Colleagues can enhance safety in the medical center's patient care and research spaces.
Dr. Gold talks with Juliann Sebastian, Ph.D., dean of the College of Nursing, about UNMC's annual wellness conference and its focus on resiliency and compassion in the workplace.
Registration is now open for event.
Linda Love, Ed.D., named director of the Office of Faculty Development.
Event is hosted by UNMC and UNO Procurement Departments.
Legislator calls UNMC "an important part of our economic development and also the future of the state."
Nearly 150 people are expected to attend the June 8-9 event.
Spring proposals are due by April 13.
The drive will be held on Wednesday.
Updated goal asks for increased engagement while aligning with 2030 goal timeline.
More than 600 students representing nearly every health profession attended the conference on the UNMC campus.
Study will evaluate whether the clinical management of acutely ill newborns suspected for having a genetic condition is altered with clinical whole-genome sequencing.
Match Day ceremony will be held in Truhlsen Events Center.
Dr. Hansen will be the General Practice Residency Program co-director for the UNMC College of Dentistry.
Phase one of two-phase project is set to take five months.
Kim Guise of the National WWII Museum will speak on campus March 27.
Health Occupation Students of America Conference will be hosted by UNMC and Nebraska Medicine.
Letter sent to Nebraska legislators emphasizes how university is controlling administrative costs, strategically growing to better serve students and Nebraska.
Giuseppe (Joe) Siracusano, D.P.T., will speak at the March Olson Center Brown Bag.
Sharma is in the pharmaceutical science graduate program.
News and notes from the UNMC community.
More than 400 participants make Meyer Foundation event a success.
Events will be held Monday, Wednesday.
James Lawler, M.D., brings expertise to UNMC Global Center for Health Security.
The Chinook Trio will visit UNMC on March 15.
Donations will be collected from March 19-23.
Registration closes March 30 for April event.
Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) state competition and leadership conference will be held at med center March 19 and 20.
This year, event raised $200,000 to benefit the local Children's Miracle Network at Children's Hospital & Medical Center.
Film Streams will show "Marjorie Prime" on March 27.
Nebraska's Ed Ruscha is focus of new Joslyn exhibition.
The SMP has several ambitious goals, and this new report gives you an update on each.
Service will be at noon Wednesday in the Sorrell Center.
Evaluations are due June 15.
Study shows one-month antibiotic treatment as effective as nine-month treatment for preventing TB in HIV patients.
Award will be presented at a March 15 ceremony.
UNMC community invited to share stories at Tuesday's event.
Safe spaces, customer service are two event topics this month.
One-on-one counseling sessions are available by appointment.
Donny Suh, M.D., sees collaboration opportunities during Mideast visit.
Grief, counseling services available to UNMC community.
Departments, supervisors encouraged to look into the summer employment program.
Event includes workshops in Omaha and at UNMC campuses across the state.
News and notes from the UNMC community.
UNMC's Channabasavaiah Gurumurthy, M.V.S.C., (D.V.M.), Ph.D., and Japanese researcher Masato Ohtsuka, Ph.D., developed the groundbreaking technology.
Preventive maintenance project will affect the escalators in the Durham Outpatient Center.
College of Public Health staffer is a disaster preparedness expert.
Events will be held each Wednesday in March.