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Congratulations to Heath Davis, Assistant Director of Biomedical Informatics Operations, for this prestigious award! The Board of Regents Staff Excellence award was created to provide a statewide forum to recognize a staff member who has significantly benefited the University and had a postitive...
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Faculty, staff, and students from four colleges collaborate on fighting hospital-borne transmission of COVID-19, E. coli, staph, and other dangerous pathogens. To read on, click here
https://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/health/uihc-clinic-covid-long-ha... IOWA CITY — In an effort to treat and study the still little-understood impact of the novel coronavirus, the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics has established a clinic to treat patients following an infection of...
ICTS employee Natalie Feuerbach, RN, BSN, was featured in The Loop for her work on a study with the Hero Registry. The HERO-HCQ study is trying to answer a question that hasn’t been answered by other studies. Can hydroxychloroquine prevent COVID-19 if taken before exposure? To read more, please see...
By Francie Williamson, Communications Coordinator The Department of Psychiatry at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics has appointed Assistant Professor Aislinn Williams, MD, PhD, as vice chair of diversity, equity and inclusion. Peggy Nopoulos, MD, chair of the Department of Psychiatry, says...
Patricia Winokur, executive dean of the UI Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine, speaks with Popular Science about the development process of a potential COVID-19 vaccine. Read the whole article at popsci.com .
IOWA CITY, Iowa (IOWA'S NEWS NOW) — With the U.S. seemingly unable to stop the spread of COVID-19, the pressure is on to find a meaningful way to treat the virus. One new drug, from Regeneron, is so promising it recently received the green light for Phase 3 study. Researchers at the University of...
The Office of the Vice President for Research and the Human Subjects Office are providing updated guidance related to human subjects-related research visits. As research activities gradually resume on campus, the health and safety of research participants, study teams, faculty and staff must remain...
As some COVID-19 related restrictions are lifted across the state, the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Human Subjects Office are providing updated guidance related to human subjects-related research visits. While we prepare for research efforts to gradually resume on campus, the...