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Loyola’s CAR-T program featured in Chicago Health magazine

Groundbreaking CAR T-cell therapy engineers cells to target tumors More


Cancer Immunotherapy Symposium

The Cancer Immunotherapy Symposium will take place Wednesday, April 10. 2019. More


Community preceptor highlight

Dr. Christina Benedict, a full-time Pediatric Hospitalist at St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates, IL More


Katherine Knight, PhD, named Distinguished Fellow of the American Association of Immunologists

This fellowship recognizes recipients for distinguished careers and outstanding scientific contributions as well as their service to AAI and the immunology community. More


Subscribe to new Loyola Medicine prayer app

Whether you are a patient, family member, clinician, chaplain, or student, we invite you to pray these reflections and prayers with us. More

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Loyola Medicine security guard Sgt. Keith Miller featured in the Chicago Tribune

After Sgt. Keith Miller and a crew of security guards calmed a man with autism at Loyola University Medical Center, the thanks pour in. More

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Following heart transplant, Loyola Medicine patient says he's "getting my life back"

oe Janusz, president of the Peoria-area River City Bowling Association, is looking forward to bowling again following his heart transplant at Loyola University Medical Center. More


Register for the inaugural Cardiovascular Research Institute Symposium

The inaugural Cardiovascular Research Institute (CVRI) Research Symposium showcases the research currently being conducted by faculty. More


Attend the School of Nursing’s annual Palmer Symposium on Friday, March 22

Each year, health care professionals gather to share the latest information in research at the Ruth K. Palmer Symposium. More


Student Cheyanne Silver captures physician burnout mentality in artwork

At least 42 percent of physicians report feeling burnout, according to a recent survey, and depending on their specialty, they could also be experiencing depression or anxiety. More


Congratulations to the Public Health Sciences graduate program on its first U.S. News ranking

Loyola University Chicago’s Public Health Sciences graduate program tied for 89th in the country and third in Chicago by U.S. News and World Report More


M4 Gabriela Aitken publishes “Medical Students as Certified Interpreters” in AMA Journal of Ethics

Spanish speakers make up 13.1% of the US population, and language barriers contribute to health disparities. More