News and Features Archive


Celebrating humanity, resilience, and diversity

Atlanta mural features Loyola student, an emblem of city’s immigrant community. More

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Farah Rahman presents fellowship project to New York Academy of Medicine

After being named the New York Academy of Medicine’s David E. Rogers Fellow in February, M2 Farah Rahman took the virtual stage to share the results of ACTION Project. More


Center for Community and Global Health Webinar

Community health advocacy in action - the development of the COVID Equity Response Collaborative. More

Front Page, Research, Service

Halting the spread

Loyola researchers play important role in the study of COVID-19 More


Doctors push for an end to racial discrimination in health care.

CBS News featured M2 Jessica Simpson and Stritch’s new White Coats for Black Lives chapter in the story. More


White Coats for Black Lives

Over 270 Stritch School of Medicine students stand against racism to improve the health of the Black community. More

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Loyola University Chicago's Stritch School of Medicine's fourth year medical students celebrate match day digitally, together. More

Clinical Care

Loyola University Medical Center is nationally recognized for stroke care

Loyola University Medical Center Is Once Again Named a Comprehensive Stroke Center by the State of Illinois More


US Supreme Court Decision on DACA

The U.S. Supreme Court decision is a victory for the more than 40 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) students and alumni at Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine. More


Understanding blood cell development

Nancy Zeleznik-Le of Cancer Biology, and Professor Charles Hemenway are leading the research, which aims to better understand the AF9 protein’s role in both normal blood cell development and MLL More


Loyola Mourns Passing of Retired Stritch Professor

The Loyola University Chicago community mourns the death of John Francis Shea, MD, Professor Emeritus of the Stritch School of Medicine. More