October 24, 2012Nursing professor a ‘Living Legend’
Mi Ja Kim has never considered herself a living legend. But the American Academy of Nursing does.
October 24, 2012Researchers’ finding sheds light on how antibiotics work
Some allow germs to continue to make certain proteins, which may do them in.
October 18, 2012Nursing Association Names UIC Professor “Living Legend”
Mi Ja Kim, professor, dean emerita and executive director of the Global Health Leadership Office at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing, was one of four nursing educators in the U.S. named a “Living Legend” for 2012 by the American Academy of Nursing.
October 17, 2012Nursing helps improve health services in Rwanda
UIC is one of five U.S. nursing schools selected to participate in the new Rwanda Human Resources for Health initiative.
October 10, 2012Symposium to Present Latest Findings on Natural Products for Women’s Health
The University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy will host a symposium Oct. 20 on how botanical dietary supplements can benefit women’s health.
September 6, 2012Genetic Test Will Help Dose Blood Thinner
Patients suffering from dangerous blood clots will receive genetic testing to help health professionals at the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System prescribe the proper dose of the blood-thinner warfarin.
August 6, 2012UIC College of Nursing Joins Rwanda Human Resources for Health Project
A group of nursing instructors from the University of Illinois at Chicago will spend the upcoming school year teaching off-campus — in Rwanda.
July 24, 2012Is Ovarian Cancer Linked to Ovulation?
Could ovulation be the link to ovarian cancer? A researcher at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy hopes to see if ovulation increases a signaling pathway that transforms cells of the ovary or the Fallopian tubes into ovarian cancer.
July 16, 2012New Tool Helps Decide Best Drugs to Place on Formulary Lists
A new tool to guide decisions about safe and effective medication use has been developed at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy.
July 3, 2012No Link Found Between Asthma Drugs, Suicide Attempts
Treating asthma with leukotriene-modifying agents does not pose an increased risk of suicide in children, according to new research at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy.