News and Features Archive


Support this year's Thanksgiving Basket Drive

Organized by students, faculty, and staff, this annual, community-wide effort provides Thanksgiving baskets to local families and organizations ahead of the holidays. More

Clinical Care

Loyola Study: Improving Emotional Intelligence Skills Can Help Protect Physicians from Burnout

Doctors with high levels of emotional intelligence may be immune to burnout, as they possess coping strategies that make them more resilient and better at managing stress. More


Loyola Medicine Researching Treatments for Stroke and Spinal Cord Injuries

The goal of the research is to improve a patient's ability to function and to develop a relatively inexpensive treatment that could be adapted worldwide. More


Humanities Forum: When patients aren’t stories: what narrative can teach us about caring for patients

Events worth telling as stories for health care professionals are different from those that are worth telling for patients. More


Drs. Eva Bading and Amy Blair receive Jack MacCarthy Service Award

Both physicians played in an integral role in the creation of the Center for Community and Global Health (CCGH). More

Clinical Care

Five Loyola physicians named Chicago Magazine Top Orthopaedic Doctors

The list, published in the magazine's October, 2018 issue, was compiled by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd, a healthcare research and information company. More


Dr. Kathy Albain named vice chair of SWOG, will direct its new Clinical Trials Partnerships initiative

Dr. Albain presented a major study conducted by SWOG that found that women diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancers survive significantly longer than men after adjusting for all other factors. More


Call for Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society nominations

Election to Alpha Omega Alpha is an honor signifying a lasting commitment to scholarship, leadership, professionalism, and service. More


Celebrate the Feast of St. Luke on Weds, Oct 10

Saint Luke, the patron saint of physicians and surgeons, honors all healthcare providers in the Catholic tradition and Catholic institutions. More

Clinical Care

Loyola Medicine marks 30th anniversary of groundbreaking lung transplant program

Loyola has performed nearly 950 lung transplants. This is more than four times as many lung transplants as the combined total of all other centers in Illinois combined. More


Dept of Publich Health Sciences' Richard Cooper, MD, publishes "Race, Ancestry, and Reporting in Medical Journals"

The quality of data on racial inequities has increased exponentially in recent decades, and a vast literature exists of primary reports, books, committee reviews, and recommendations from government panels. More


Kamran Mirza, MD, PhD, named to Pathologist Magazine's Power List 2018

Dr. Mirza was nominated by his peers for his "tireless work in opening up the dialogue between pathologists and their non-pathology colleagues. More