News and Features Archive


Perspective: My outlook as a DACA medical student

Loyola medical student, Cesar E. Montelongo Hernandez describes his experience so far as a DACA student. More

Clinical Care

Glyn R. Morgan, MD, MSc, FRCSC, FACS, named director of the division of intra-abdominal transplant surgery

Prior to joining Loyola Medicine, Dr. Morgan was director of liver transplantation at the NYU Langone Transplant Institute in New York City. More


Only 10 percent of non-dialysis kidney patients ever see a dietitian, says LUC/LUMC study

In patients with chronic kidney disease, medical nutrition therapy can slow the progression and significantly reduce healthcare costs. More


Save the date: M1 White Coat Ceremony is August 25

Review important information regarding pre-matriculation and orientation for M1 class of 2022. More


Thank you to all who volunteered for Feast of St. Ignatius Service Day!

View images of Loyola University Chicago students and staff giving back to the community. More


M3 Rhea Eubanks wins National Medical Fellowship Monash/Marshall Service Award

This program is designed to increase the number of qualified medical providers who have a commitment to improving access to quality healthcare in medically underserved communities in Chicago. More


Dr. Richard Cooper author on JAMA study comparing treatment models

In an effort to improve the risk-benefit profile of therapies in clinical care, precision medicine seeks to identify and make use of factors that influence or predict the response to treatment. More

Clinical Care

Loyola study finds intractable hiccups may be more common than we think

Everyone gets hiccups, but some people suffer intractable hiccups that last longer than a month. More


Join us for the Mass for the Feast of Saint Ignatius

This is an opportunity for Loyola University Chicago and Loyola University Health System communities to come together in support of our shared Jesuit educational and health care missions. More

Clinical Care

Loyola University Medical Center reverified as Level 1 Trauma Center

Loyola is the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the state of Illinois to hold this verification by the ACS Committee on Trauma. More


Assist Chicago Dept. of Public Health (CDPH) with violence prevention research efforts

The CDPH is looking for help to address public health priority areas identified in Healthy Chicago 2.0, the strategic plan for the city’s public health system. More


Attend the third annual Undergraduate Summer Research Intern Scientific Symposium

Each of this summer’s interns will present a 12 minute summary of his/her research findings from this summer. More