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SIU Medicine in the news, July 16 - Aug 7

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8.7.19. IEEE Pulse. Andrzej Bartke, PhD, Internal Medicine. What science has to say about longevity.

8.5.19. Springfield Moms. SIU Center for Family Medicine celebrates National Health Center Week.

8.4.19. Herald-Whig. Quincy Family Medicine faculty produce new books, research. 

7.29.19. State Journal-Register. Drs. Abishek Kulkarni, Youssef Chami, Mukul Bhattarai, all of Internal Medicine. SIU cardiology training program will enhance local heart care.

7.19.19. WUIS. SIU trustees approve new funding split, hear support for Springfield expansion.

7.19.19. WAND. Drs. Jason Kegg, James Hart, both of Emergency Medicine. SIU residents learn what it’s like to be a first responder.


7.17.10. Becker’s Hospital Review. Dr. Christopher McDowell, Emergency Medicine. Physicians share why they pursued MBAs.

7.16.19. WSIL. SIU needs volunteers for blood pressure study.

7.19.  de Beaumont. 40 Under 40 Spotlight: Sameer Vohra, Population Science & Policy.

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