New gifts to help SIU OB-GYN research and students
The family of the late John (Jack) Navins, MD, bestowed a pair of $100,000 gifts to Southern Illinois University School of Medicine on March 1.
SIU School of Law’s Ryan Bioethicist Lecture to examine future of reproductive rights
Radhika Rao, a law professor who has written extensively about reproductive rights, will deliver the 2023 John and Marsha Ryan Bioethicist in Residence lecture at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 9 at the SIU School of Medicine.
Group wins international sim training contest
SIU surgeon Melanie Barnard, MD, was part of an international team of clinicians who won the $700,000 grand prize to design low-cost simulation surgical training in the Global Surgical Training Challenge.
Cancer screening kits available March 20 at SCI
Simmons Cancer Institute will provide free colorectal cancer screening kits to area residents at a drive-through event from 4 – 6 p.m. on Monday, March 20.
March events to provide valuable support to farmers and their families
SIU's Farm Family Resource Initiative will host a webinar series for women in agriculture and a community forum on succession planning in March.
Population Science article, authors honored for research impact
The American Association for Cancer Research has recognized an article on rural-urban cancer disparities with an award based on its high impact and originality.
Warmer winter months leading to early allergy season
Dr. Adnan Khan warned patients that this warm February could lead to an early allergy season.
A study in longevity: Dr. Don Caspary earns new 5-year NIH grant
His latest NIH grant marks an incredible 38-year run of federal funding for Dr. Don Caspary’s scientific studies of auditory signaling in the brain.
SIU Medicine recruiting patients for high blood pressure study
SIU Medicine researchers are enrolling patients in a study to see if ultrasound energy can be used to improve blood pressure in people with hypertension.