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This year, the Midwest is thick with ticks

June 22, 2017

According to the Chicago Tribune, the tick population is spreading, most notably in the Midwest and Northeast.

Honor Medical Society Welcomes New Members

May 23, 2017

AOA honor society class of 2017The Eta Chapter of Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Medical Society at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine inducted 14 new members at its

What is tetralogy of fallot?

May 8, 2017

Last week, Jimmy Kimmel made a tearful and heartfelt announcement. His newborn son, Billy, was born with a heart condition. We talked to Ramzi Nicolas, MD, associate professor of pediatrics, division director of pediatric and fetal cardiology, and associate chair of pediatric specialty services at SIU School of Medicine about Billy Kimmel's condition and what exactly it is.

Community Health Roundtable SJ-R Column 4-23-17

April 25, 2017

The “Culture of Health” is an increasingly well-accepted concept that states where we live, learn, work and play has more to do with our health than anything else, including our genetic makeup or the availability of health care.

"The History of Islamic Medicine"

October 24, 2016

International Scholar, Syrian Native to Present Pearson Lecture

August 4, 2017

SIU Scientist Examining Environmental Effects on Longevity

August 22, 2016

Bartke lab to study temperature, metabolism

SIU Med School Joins National Precision Medicine Initiative

July 18, 2016

Largest study of long-term health to launch later this year SIU Med School Joins National Precision Medicine Initiative

A Study in Longevity

November 1, 2014

Dr. Andrzej Bartke has become a poster child for his research focus

Written by Steve Sandstrom | Photography by Jason Johnson
Published in Aspects Magazine, Autumn 2014 | Vol. 37-4