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Roy D. Elterman, M.D. '74, Miller School of Medicine, and his wife, Ragen, have funded need- and merit-based scholarships for students through the Pediatric Endowed Research Foundation

Alumnus Happy To See Scholarship Recipients Thriving

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine was Amanda Le’s first choice when it came to selecting a medical school. She loved the research opportunities and the ability to do her clinical training in the region’s leading teaching hospitals.

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Roy D. Elterman, M.D. '74, Miller School of Medicine, and his wife, Ragen, have funded need- and merit-based scholarships for students through the Pediatric Endowed Research Foundation

Alumnus Happy To See Scholarship Recipients Thriving

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine was Amanda Le’s first choice when it came to selecting a medical school. She loved the research opportunities and the ability to do her clinical training in the region’s leading teaching hospitals.

Read more about the scholarship »

Jacob L. McCauley, Ph.D., associate professor in the Dr. John T. Macdonald Foundation Department of Human Genetics and director of the Center for Genome Technology and its biorepository facility at the John P. Hussman Institute for Human Genomics, and his colleagues recently identified four new genes that contribute to MS risk. Video & Photo Gallery

Spotlighting Advancements in MS Research

Jacob L. McCauley, Ph.D., associate professor in the Dr. John T. Macdonald Foundation Department of Human Genetics and director of the Center for Genome Technology and its biorepository facility at the John P. Hussman Institute for Human Genomics, and his colleagues recently identified four new genes that contribute to MS risk.

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The I-Corps@NCATS program aims to accelerate the development and commercialization of new products, services, medical devices, diagnostics and therapeutics arising from ongoing biomedical research and educational projects.

Entrepreneurial Training Program Helps Researchers Identify Commercial Potential of Their Work

Inés Maldonado Lasunción, a Ph.D. candidate and research associate at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, is working on a wearable device to monitor childhood absence epilepsy — brief seizures characterized by staring spells during which the child is unaware and nonresponsive.

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Amiethab A. Aiyer, M.D., front left, and colleagues in operating room.

Miller School Experts Provide Greater Clarity on Managing Common Ankle Fractures

Although an isolated lateral malleolus ankle fracture is fairly common, management of the condition remains challenging for orthopaedic surgeons. A central question remains: Is surgery or a nonsurgical approach best for a particular patient?

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