Fall 2019 Newsletter
Professor Evelyn Figueroa was interviewed by Telemundo tonight regarding the legalization of Marijuana and is potential health effects.
Article by Dr. Adrienne Williams published in the Chicago Tribune highlights the need for Primary Mental Health Care.
Department of Family Medicine faculty member Dr. Audrey Stillerman was named in the list of “Notable Women in Health Care” in Crain’s Chicago Business
MATEC was featured in UIC News about new funding to support training programs aimed at improving HIV/AIDS care, prevention and education.
Dr. Richard Stringham was interviewed by UIC Today about his Award for Excellence in Teaching (AET).
Dr. Evelyn Figueroa was featured in a Windy City Live segment on one of the UI Health Pilsen Food Pantry’s partner organizations, the Chicago Period Project
UIC DFM residency graduate Kameron Matthews was featured in The Lancet.
Dr. Samuel Grief was interviewed by WBEZ Chicago Public Radio about how to stay cool in the extreme heat.
The UI Health Pilsen Food Pantry and Dr. Evelyn Figueroa were featured on Chicago Tonight.
Dr. Ariel Leifer is quoted in the NYT in an article about abortion care as part of student health services.
Family Medicine Chief Resident featured on the Ellen Show
UIC Street Medicine group formed to do outreach to decrease complications of homelessness and substance use disorders.
UIC identical twin Chief Residents featured on NBC Nightly News
Spring & Summer 2018 Newsletter
New book spotlights health disparities for South Asian Americans
New Mobile App Helps Families, Individuals Cope with Dementia
Don’t Call Me a Provider – JFP John Hickner, MD, MSc
Global Health Work in Senegal has been highlighted in the inaugural issue of Illinois Health Magazine – (page 6)