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Emerging epidemic of head, neck cancer is topic of Jan. 27 Lincoln Science Café

The emerging epidemic of head and neck cancer will be the topic of the next Science Cafe in Lincoln on January 27th from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at red9, 9th and M streets. The speaker will be Robert Lindau, M.D., whose talk will be titled, “Head and Neck Cancer Is Not Just For Smokers Anymore.” The event is free and open to the public.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2011

James Temme of Petersburg to hold first endowed chair at UNMC School of Allied Health Professions

James Temme, associate director of radiation science technology education in the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s School of Allied Health Professions (SAHP), has been appointed to an endowed faculty chair. Temme, a native of Petersburg, Neb., has been appointed to the Charles R. O'Malley Chair for Radiation Science Technology Education.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010

UNMC students to train in communities across Nebraska

University of Nebraska Medical Center students will be participating in rotations with health professionals across Nebraska as part of their health care education. The rotations are part of the UNMC Rural Health Education Network (RHEN), an innovative program developed to help address the shortage of health professionals in rural Nebraska.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010

UNMC research study shows caffeine negatively affects children

Dr. Warzak is the lead author on a study in this week’s edition of The Journal of Pediatrics.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010

Dr. Rosenquist to step down as UNMC vice chancellor for research

After masterminding the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s research initiative for the last 11 years, Tom Rosenquist, Ph.D. will step down June 30 as the medical center’s first vice chancellor for research.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010

Medical historian/hematologist, Dr. Richard Davis, dies

Richard B. Davis, M.D., Ph.D., a longtime faculty member at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, died Nov. 17 from cardiac causes at Methodist Hospital in Minneapolis. He was 84.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010

Study finds popular drug not always best in treating hospital-acquired pneumonia

A study by a University of Nebraska Medical Center infectious disease specialist has determined that one of the most popular antibiotics used to treat hospital-acquired (nosocomial) pneumonia may not be the best choice.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010

UNMC’s John Benson, M.D. receives 2 national awards for major contributions to medicine

Two prestigious national medical associations have awarded John Benson, M.D., top awards for his contributions in medicine. Dr. Benson is a professor of internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010

Dr. Sarvetnick to lead UNMC’s regenerative medicine efforts

Nora Sarvetnick, Ph.D., a stem cell researcher and transplant immunologist at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, has been named director of the Nebraska Regenerative Medicine Project.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010

CityMatCH Recognized in Washington D.C.

CityMatCH, a national public health organization housed with the University of Nebraska Medical Center Department of Pediatrics, has been recognized for its success in promoting and improving the health of the most vulnerable populations in the country – women and children.

metroMAGAZINE Up-to-the-Minute 2010
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