News and Features Archive

Education

Loyola Hosts Satellite Symposia for Society of Neuroscience

Join us for the fourth international symposium on Sigma-2 receptors Friday October 18, from 10am to 4 pm. More

Service

Stritch DACA Students Discuss Critical Gaps in Mental Health Care

Stritch graduate Aaima Sayed, MD discusses her role in health care. More

All

Loyola Medicine Receives "Most Wired" Award For Best Practices in Information Technology

The Most Wired program conducts an annual survey to assess how effectively healthcare organizations apply core and advanced technologies. More

Research

Science Direct Publishes Article by Stritch, Niehoff Faculty

There is growing support for epigenetic perpetuation of early life stressful experiences on offspring behavior. More

Education

Nominate Loyola Scientist of the Year by October 4

The 2019 Scientist of the Year award will be presented at the 2019 St. Alberts Day Event More

Service

Loyola Housing Forward Seeks Volunteers, Donations for Upcoming Shelter Dinners

The shelter provides immediate, temporary crisis response for 40 to 70 guests from the Maywood/Oak Park community. More

Clinical Care

Loyola Medicine Opens Multidisciplinary ALS Center

Loyola Medicine is opening a multidisciplinary ALS Center to provide comprehensive care that will help ALS patients in the western suburbs live longer, with improved quality of life. More

Research

Attend the Fall 2019 Clinical Research Forum

Join us September 24 for research updates from health sciences faculty and staff. More

Education

Nancy Zeleznik-Le, PhD, new Chair of Department of Cancer Biology

Congratulations to Nancy Zeleznik-Le, PhD, for her promotion to Chair of Stritch’s Department of Cancer Biology, effective September 1. More

Service

Homeboy Industries Inspires New Community Effort in Maywood

Loyola University Ministry and other Maywood residents travelled to LA to participate in the Global Homeboy Network training. More

Clinical Care

Patients Receive Critical Drug More Quickly When Pharmacists Are in the Emergency Department

First-of-its-kind study by Loyola Medicine researchers has found that when a pharmacist is present in the ED, patients receive the coagulation drug much more quickly, More

Research

Microbiology and Immunology Department Publishes New Study

The urobiome of continent adult women: a cross‐sectional study. More