Fellowship Match 2022 Results

Fellowship Match 2022! We could not be prouder of the hard work and success of this group!

Dauphine Gregory Recipient of the UIC 2022 Janice Watkins Award for Distinguished Civil Service

Dauphine Gregory, administrative assistant in the Division of Cardiology, was selected as a recipient of the University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) 2022 Janice Watkins Award for Distinguished Civil Service. Since 1979, the Janice Watkins Award has been presented annually to Civil Service employees who display extraordinary humanity, diligence, and dedication as UIC employees and community [...]

Department of Medicine Annual Photo

Summer Education Program is Back!

Our Summer Education Series is back! Register in advance for our first session at https://go.uic.edu/Summeredu

Dr. Mladen Vidovich was awarded the Chancellor’s Translational Research Initiative Award!

Dr. Mladen Vidovich was awarded the Chancellor's Translational Research Initiative Award! Eleven projects with high commercialization potential were selected for 2022 CTRI Awards. UIC Innovation awarded $275,000 to help UIC researchers prove the viability of their ideas and advance their projects towards commercialization through the Chancellor's Translational Research Initiative (CTRI). This year's CTRI award recipients [...]

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Department of Medicine Scholarly Activities Day

Join Us for Scholarly Activities Day on March 10, 2022 Register in advance at http://go.uic.edu/SAday2022

Congratulations to our 2nd Quarter FY22 Top Box Docs!

We are thrilled to share with you that in the second quarter of FY22 these Department of Medicine physicians achieved 100% Top Box Scores for 'Recommend this Provider Office,' 'Rate the Provider (0-10),' and 'Physician Communication Quality.'Congratulations!

Mitigating lung damage, mortality due to SARS-CoV-2

Left to Right: Asrar Malik and Jalees Rehman In a new paper, researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago report that a drug approved for treating patients with autoimmune disease helped to prevent lung damage and death in mice infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19 in humans. The results of their [...]

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