News and Features Archive

Service

Loyola Throws 100th Birthday Bash for Sister Jean

She might be best known as a fixture on the sidelines, but on and off campus, Sister Jean is much more. More

Clinical Care

Loyola Doctors Find CDSS Improves Antimicrobial Stewardship Efforts at Medical Center

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated two million people are infected with resistant organisms in the US. More

Research

Stritch, LUMC Doctors Publish Study of Shock Index

Loyola University Chicago students study shock index in the emergency room. More

Education

Join Us for the Molecular Pharmacology and Neuroscience Seminar Series

Leonard A. Levin, MD, PhD presents on Phosphine-Borane Complex Mediated Interruption of The Signaling of Axonal Degeneration More

Research

Dr. Small's article, "Cervical cancer: A global health crisis" one of the most downloaded.

The article was recognized as one of the most downloaded recent papers in the American Cancer Society's Cancer Journal. More

Service

Senator Durbin and Loyola Unite Against Gun Violence as Community Searches For Answers.

Sen. Durbin met with community members recently to discuss how area hospitals, including Loyola University Medical Center, can help reduce gun violence. More

Service

Homeboy Industry Approach Could Come to Maywood. 

Members from Loyola University Chicago, Loyola University Health System, and the Maywood community attended the annual Global Homeboy Network Training in LA. More

Education

Leischner Department of Medical Education Certificate Courses

The certificate programs provide a foundation in academic skills and leadership with direct application to medical students, residents, fellows and physicians. More

Service

Health Sciences Library presents its 2019 and 2020 Humanities Forum

Doing the Right Thing: How the Story of a Loyola Public Safety Officer and a Patient with Autism Went Viral More

Research

Dr. Monica Maalouf's article, "The Big Question," published in Hektoen Journal of Medical Humanities.

Primary care internist and assistant professor, Monica Maalouf examines the struggles of connecting with patients. More

Education

Health Systems Science Course Director Opportunity

The Stritch School of Medicine Central Curricular Authority (CCA) seeks applications from faculty interested in serving as the Director of a new course entitled “Health System Science.” More

Clinical Care

To Improve Patients' Health, Loyola Medicine and its Partners are Giving Away Free, Locally Grown Vegetables

In an innovative program to improve the health of low-income patients, Loyola Medicine and its partners are giving patients a weekly cornucopia of fresh vegetables grown on urban farms. More