Kessler and BrainQ partner in a national trial of a breakthrough device to improve post-stroke recovery

Researchers from the Kessler Foundation and the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (together, “Kessler”) are enrolling participants in a national trial of an innovative device to improve recovery after stroke. The Kessler sites in West Orange and Saddle Brook, N.J., are among 20 sites across the United States participating in the EMAGINE Stroke Recovery Trial, which … Read more

Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion HealthMonth

Join the medical students and Office of Justice, Diversity and Inclusion (OEDI) for a discovery series that focuses on the health issues facing our diverse communities. This free event is open to the public. College of Medicine – Phoenix participating students can earn Diversity hour (PDF) Credits for all sessions, Excluding Arizona Native Health Care … Read more

The Faculty of Medicine performs stitches and threads for all sizes and skin color

To better represent different types of patients, mannequins and suture pads used in medical training have been diversified into shades of skin tones and body types. Credit: Courtesy of Serena Smith Medical school students can now train as doctors using mannequins and suture pads that best resemble patients with different skin colors and types. The … Read more

Dell Medical School & Ascension Seton more than double the number of…

“Especially in the context of Austin’s rapid population growth and a physician shortage expected to worsen, residents and colleagues are a very important resource for healthcare for Travis County patients and their families, especially for those who need it most,” he said. George McConsD., MD, interim dean of Dell Med and professor in the Division … Read more