The 182 UIC Class of 2014 students gathered at the Mid-America Club at the Aon Center to open the envelope of where they matched.The top matched specialty at UIC is Internal Medicine at 32 percent.
The following UIC M4s matched in the UIC Internal Medicine Program:
Ivy Abraham, Rachel Bernard, Lila Glotfelty, Zubair Ilyas, Sylvia Li. Jered Linares, Jennifer Loeb, Grace Maloney, Sarah Mihalov, Chisalu Nchekwube, Jeffrey Schechtman, and Jenna Spencer.
The following UIC M4 matched in the UIC Internal Medicine-Emergency Medicine Program:
The following UIC M4 matched in the UIC Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Program:
The following UIC M4s matched in Internal Medicine Programs around the United States:
Yousuf Ahmed, Michael Alexander, Lillian Berns, Thomas Chen, Shan Cheng, Patrick Couture, Abdulrahman Dia, Christine Ding, Mary Kathryn Duncan, Eben Eno Mbei, Adam Gluskin, Adam Goldstein, Daniel Hart, Asrar Khan, Nicole Mandich, Neil Panchal, Ahmad Parvinian, Milan Patel, Mohini Pathria, Pablo Quintana, Keerthi Ranganath, Jessica Roth, Samuel Rubinstein, Aurora Shehu, Andres Silva ,Brittany Simmons Shaheen, Noor Tazudeen, Jaime Torres, Thalia Torres, Lawren VandeVrede, Kristen Webb, Frank Weinberg, Grace Wu ,Jana Zawadzki Longtine, Dawen Zhang, and Neha Agnihotri.
The following UIC M4s matched in Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Programs around the United States:
Brian Bamberger, Leah Bruno, and Veronica Johnson.
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On February 4, 2014, the American Heart Association donated $1,567,316 to the UIC Center for Cardiovascular Research within the College of Medicine. The donation will help support the twenty laboratories focused on cardiovascular research.
Present members of the Department of Medicine to receive the check included: Marcelo Bonini, PhD, assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Cardiology, and Beata Wolska, professor of medicine in the Division of Cardiology.
The University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System has been awarded a $4 million, three-year contract by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to coordinate a multi-center trial to investigate treatments for uncontrolled asthma in minority children.