Issue / Fall 2020
Lessons learned in the midst of a pandemic
UI Health Care faculty share their top lessons learned during COVID-19 pandemic, along with their role in the global quest to find a treatment.
An everyday annoyance turned out to be a scientific discovery that could change the way clot-busting drugs are administered to stroke patients.
The director of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Carver College of Medicine looks to bring meaningful change by making health care more equitable and inclusive.
After earning his MD from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, Timothy Holtz (91MD) now helps set the nation's priorities regarding HIV/AIDS research and prevention.
Aquarius Bunch was expecting her second child when she tested positive for COVID-19—turning a healthy pregnancy into a life-or-death case involving ECMO experts and OB-GYN specialists.
From its first class of 37 students to its modern-day, nationally ranked programs, the Carver College of Medicine has a rich history of advancing research, education, and patient care.
New, noninvasive procedure offers a safe alternative treatment for babies with patent ductus arteriosus