All Research

Brian Murphy scuba diving

April 16, 2013

Key to TB cure could lie underwater

The search for a cure for deadly infectious diseases leads Brian Murphy deep underwater.

Dr. Saul Weiner

April 16, 2013

Individualized care more effective, study finds

Patients’ health outcomes improve when physicians pay attention to their patients’ life circumstances.

Physicist Sivalingam Sivananthan and US Rep Mike Quigley

April 16, 2013

Congressman looks closer at UIC technology

How would you hide from night vision? U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley wanted to know.

Dr. Saul Weiner

April 15, 2013

Patients go undercover to record encounters with doctors

Study finds improved outcomes when physicians consider patients’ life circumstances.

Neuron microtubules

April 15, 2013

Scientists learn what makes nerve cells so strong

Unique modification to microtubules makes nerve cells’ cytoskeleton singularly robust.

Dick Simpson at City Council meeting

April 9, 2013

Emanuel has more council support than Daleys

“A more compliant ‘rubber stamp’ city council than any mayor in recent history,” report says.

Graduate student Alex Simes tests out the "SpiderSense" suit

April 9, 2013

With student invention, not seeing is believing

Electronic Visualization Laboratory’s SpiderSense brings science fiction fantasy to life.

Michael Mullowney, Richard Van Breemen, Elizabeth Martinez;

April 4, 2013

Grant will help train natural product scientists

Five-year, $2M funding from NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Nursing students learn intubation by working on a mannequin.

April 3, 2013

Using technology to train health care professionals

New grant expands interprofessional education.

Luigi Salerni

April 2, 2013

Raising the bar to get ‘dream’ students

Luigi Salerni “has dedicated his life to making his students into his peers,” says a 2008 theatre grad.

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