Roua Al-Rawi, who graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in May, demonstrates proper tooth brushing techniques to 8-year-old Leteria Palmer-Yates during an exam. Dental and dental hygiene students and faculty members at the School of Dentistry will provide free oral health care services on Feb. 6 as part of the ADA’s Give Kids a Smile Program. In addition to receiving care, students will also educate children on things they can do to maintain good oral health. For more information call 763-6933 or 888-707-2500. Photo by Jerry Mastey, School of Dentistry
The university’s 24th annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium is drawing a nationally known journalist, award-winning filmmakers and other prominent communicators as it opens this week and continues through January.
A toolkit designed by the Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center (SAPAC) as a response to sexual assault and domestic violence has garnered national attention.
David Brandon has been named director of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, pending approval by the Board of Regents at its regularly scheduled Jan. 21 meeting.
The university is a partner in a new statewide fellowship program to prepare teachers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), as highlighted last week by President Barack Obama.
U-M now is metro Detroit’s second-largest employer behind Ford Motor Co., according to the Crain’s Detroit Business 2010 Book of Lists. A year ago, Crain’s listed the university fourth behind the Big Three automakers.
U-M inventors have secured $11 million in financing to launch Ann Arbor-based HistoSonics Inc., which will develop a novel medical device that uses tightly focused ultrasound pulses to treat prostate disease.
A cell type that causes significant scarring in lung disease appears to have a similar effect in Graves’ disease. The cells, called fibrocytes, are present at a higher than normal frequency in patients with Graves’ disease, according to a new study, the first to associate fibrocytes with this autoimmune disease.
Anna Ercoli Schnitzer, on her greatest passion: “Working to improve the physical and virtual accessibility to all of our community, regardless of individual physical or mental challenges.”