• Internal Medicine Residency Program Achieves Record Pass Rate on Board Exam 

    For the fourth consecutive year, Loyola Medicine’s Internal Medicine Residency Program achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the American Board of Internal Medicine certification exam.
  • Stritch Professor Uses AI to Identify Patients with Unhealthy Substance Use

    Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine Assistant Professor Majid Afshar, M.D., cares for critically ill patients, many with life-threatening infections and organ failures.
  • International Medicine Program

    Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine’s new program in International Medicine recognizes the inter-connectivity of global health, while reflecting the Jesuit mission of service and care for the person.
  • Advanced Imaging Research Shows a More Accurate Link to Atrial Fibrillation

    Dr. Rabbat’s study showed a statistically significant correlation between the fat layer and scarring in the left atrium that causes AFib.
  • Focusing on the Patient’s Journey Inspires This Stritch Physician-Researcher

    Asked why she decided to focus her medical career on patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) and specifically those requiring lung transplants, Dr. Erin Lowery says simply, “The journey of those with CF is unique. Every day is a gift. I enjoy walking with them and making their journey better.”
  • The Department of Medicine’s New Vice Chair of Education Has Prepared 24 Years for His New Role

    For 24 years, Dr. Simpson has served as the Department of Medicine’s Residency Program director. He recently assumed a new role: vice chair of Education in the Department’s Council of Vice Chairs.