Hundreds of University of Chicago Medicine employees and their families cheered on the WNBA Chicago Sky on Sunday evening as the team played – and won – their first home game of the season.
With the launch of Level 1 adult trauma services on May 1, UChicago Medicine now offers the highest level of care for life-threatening injuries. For the physicians, nurses and clinicians who are involved in a trauma care, it's also a unique opportunity to develop a comprehensive and integrated program to break the cycle of gun violence on the South Side.
The University of Chicago’s Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation (Ci3) in Sexual and Reproductive Health has launched its LGBTQ Career Services Project to help LGBTQ youth and young adults gain the skills needed to seek, secure, and maintain employment.
Numerous studies have documented poorer health care and outcomes for black patients in the U.S., but few have asked why or compared racial bias across nations. Natalia Neha Khosla , a second-year student at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, wanted to know more and formed a research team to investigate. Her findings were published April 2 in the journal Social Science & Medicine.