News and Features Archive


How one medical student uses the ministry of music in the pediatric ward

Adam Wadina, uses his music to keep himself grounded when academics and tests start to stress him out. More

Clinical Care

LUMC Burn Center finds some burn patients suffer from PTSD

The survey by Elizabeth Simmons, PsyD, Kelly McElligott, AM, and colleagues from Loyola Medicine's Burn Center was presented at the annual meeting of the American Burn Association. More


American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics annual meeting this week at CTRE

The Great Lakes chapter's annual meetings have consistently drawn a wide representation of the mid-western pharmacology community. More


Learn more about the new Medical Laboratory Science master's program

This profession combines the challenges of medicine, pathology, basic sciences, and clinical sciences into one highly valuable career. More


Register for this summer's Inner Mission Retreat at the LUREC campus

The mission seeks to assist employees in exploring, discerning, and affirming their personal mission and its connection to Loyola University. More

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Loyola Telestroke Program: Palos Health patient saved by teamwork

Through this unique service, Loyola stroke specialists can consult with other doctors over the internet and talk directly with a patient or a patient’s family. More


Loyola study finds 2.6 percent mortality rate among children hospitalized for stroke

Although deaths from ischemic and other types of stroke appear to have declined, stroke remains among the top 10 causes of death among children in the United States. More


"Reflective Medical Education: My Classroom Is Empty: Is That a Problem?"

Dr. Kamran Mirza discusses technology changing learning environments for students and examines if it should do the same for teachers. More

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New breast cancer research to spare thousands of patients from chemotherapy

Tens of thousands of patients diagnosed early each year with the most common type of breast cancer can now safely avoid chemotherapy treatment without worrying if it is the right choice. More


Faculty and student-penned DACA article nominated for nonprofit media award

The Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine has 28 students enrolled in its 2018-2020 classes who are undocumented immigrants currently in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. More


Loyola Named to Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation Care Center Network

Loyola is among 60 centers in 30 states that are part of the network. More