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Award supports DACA student

Sumbul Siddiqui receives AMA Foundation’s DREAM MD Equity Scholarship More

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White Coat Ceremony

The Stritch School of Medicine welcomes the Class of 2025 at its annual White Coat Ceremony on July 31, 2021. More

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Therese Lysaught defends mask mandate

In a recent Washington Post article, Professor Therese Lysaughts argues the Catholic teaching that people are created in God’s image and humans are relational requires mask wearing for others’ protection. More

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Register for Feast of St. Ignatius

Returning this year, in-person volunteer activities are available on Friday, July 23. Registration for all remote opportunities is open until August 9, 2021. More

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Research published in American Heart Association journal

In an article published in Circulation Research, a team of Stritch researchers identified a potential therapeutic to treat adults who experience heart failure. More

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Daniel Bujnowski wins Carolyn Kuckein Student Research Fellowship

Medicine isn’t just a profession for Daniel Bujnowski, it’s personal, as the second-year medical student watched his brother battle cerebral palsy. More

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Graduate Faculty Member of the Year: Emily Anderson

The Council of Graduate School Programs selected Dr. Anderson for this award because of her extraordinary work as a teacher, researcher, and mentor. More

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Hines VA Hospital reaches kidney transplant milestone

Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital completed its 50th kidney transplant, expanding the program to include living donors. More

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Josephine Dlugopolski-Gach, MD, FAAP, appointed to new role

Congratulations to Dr. Dlugopolski-Gach for being appointed Regional Medical Director of Primary Care More

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New cardiac transport system

Loyola Medicine performs Illinois' first heart transplant with new transportation technology More

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Dr. Abhishek Solanki awarded $8.6M VA research grant

Funding will allow Dr. Solanki to study new treatments for metastatic prostate cancer. More

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Brachytherapy may proceed safely

Brachytherapy study may impact standard of care for cervical cancer patients. More