One of the hallmarks of growing up is becoming more active and mobile. But for many kids, increased activity and mobility also bring increased risk for injury. Accidents can happen when least... Read more
Shernan Holtan, M.D., part of the U’s hematology and oncology faculty and recipient of Masonic support, has had a longtime fascination with using the immune system to fight cancer and a passion for... Read more
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—Brooks Jackson, M.D., M.B.A.,
Dean of the Medical School, Vice President of Health Sciences