Two UR Medicine experts provide practical solutions to help you think about stress differently and calm yourself in difficult moments.
The Department of Medicine has opened its first community space with a variety of workstations and a kitchenette.
Flu season is here: Learn when to get your flu shot and what symptoms to look for.
Ulyana Khaba, MD, has been a practicing cardiologist in Ukraine for over 10 years. This is her once-in-a-lifetime tale of how she came to be a first-year resident at URMC.
Black patients with implantable cardioverter defibrillators have a higher burden of disease than white patients with the same device, according to new URMC cardiology research.
Meet the 2023-2024 rising chief residents of Internal Medicine and Medicine/Pediatrics!
URMC scientists are at the center of vaccine development for RSV in older adults, leading a phase 3 clinical trial of a vaccine that is detailed in a new study just released in the New England ...
At only eight days old, Amina Mbdoji stopped eating and was having trouble breathing. A trip to the hospital revealed that most of her organs weren’t working, including her liver, kidney, and lungs, ...
Tom Weber, Assistant Program Manager for Simulation of the Standard Patient Program, has passed. He is fondly remembered by friends and colleagues.
PFAS are potentially harmful chemicals found in common, everyday products and drinking water. Researchers at URMC study the impacts PFAS have on our health and share what they know.
Jim White, MD, PhD, treats patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension. He uses risk scores to assess patients accurately, which can lead to better outcomes.
When studies showed that higher tidal volumes for ventilated patients could be more harmful than helpful, it became standard practice to use a low tidal volume strategy. URMC pulmonologists say it's ...
Laura Calvi, MD, was named the SKAWA Foundation Professor in Endocrinology and Metabolism.
Anirban Bose, M.D., wrote and directed, "Aye Zindagi," a feature film about a man in need of a liver transplant, and his deep connection to a grief counselor.
Arielle Sheftall, Ph.D., earned $4 million from the NIH to study unconventional, digital approaches to help high-risk youth navigate difficult times.
This winter we are facing a rough flu season. In this Q&A, infectious disease expert Angela Branche, M.D. addresses all your flu-related concerns.
The DOM newsletter has been hitting inboxes for one year now. Conceived by Ruth O’Regan as a way to bring everyone together under one umbrella, and named after the estimable Paul Levy, take a look at ...
Wojciech Zareba, M.D., Ph.D., has been named the inaugural David Mortara Endowed Professor in Cardiology.
URMC has adopted robotic technology to assist in lung biopsies. In this Q&A with Michael Nead, MD, PhD, he discusses the advantages of the robot and the increased ability to biopsy smaller lesions.
Spotlight feature: Our division chief of General Medicine is a person with an incredible history and amazing (Amazon) stories to tell!
Baby Alexander wasn’t breathing when he was born. He experienced both respiratory and kidney failure, needing multiple life-support machines in his first days of life. Now at four months old, ...
Vaccine experts had decades of knowledge from HIV research to help develop a COVID vaccine. Now, they are turning back to HIV research with new knowledge gained from the COVID pandemic. Volunteers ...
Paul Bohjanen, M.D., Ph.D., has joined URMC as division chief of Infectious Diseases. He brings with him an international HIV research program.
Local physician Neil Scheier, M.D., traveled to Poland to drop off donated medical supplies and volunteer at a border crossing to help Ukrainian people.
URMC welcomes Patricia Rivera, M.D., as new division chief of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine.
March is Women's History Month. This spotlight is on Valentina Kutyifa, who focuses on cardiac electrophysiology. Her career has been dedicated to mentorship, paving the way for the next generation.
The Allergy, Immunology & Rheumatology division, along with other URMC collaborators, has earned a multimillion-dollar grant for five years to research autoimmune diseases.
Get to know Thu Le, M.D., division chief of Nephrology. Learn about her history and her path through medical education, why she was destined to become a doctor, and how she has built upon the ...
The department of Medicine names three new vice-chairs to their leadership team.
Palliative care expert Timothy Quill, M.D. explores the legal, ethical, and emotional aspects of the lesser known end-of-life option, voluntarily stopping eating and drinking.
Paul Levy, M.D. led the department of Medicine through a transformative decade. The DOM newsletter is named after him. Get to know him in this spotlight feature.
The Department of Medicine has recently appointed two new Vice-Chairs to their leadership team, Stephen Hammes and Daniel Mulkerin.
After eight years as division chief of AIR, Christopher Ritchlin, M.D., M.P.H., is stepping down to focus on research, while Jenifer Anolik M.D., Ph.D. is taking over as interim chief. Anolik also ...