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Dr. Charles Luetje Named Chair of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology 08.24.2010

Charles W. Luetje, Ph.D., has been named Chairman of the Department of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology at the Miller School. Dr. Luetje, who has served as interim chair since 2008, joined the Miller School faculty in 1991. He was vice chair of the department from 2004 to 2008.

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Dr. Barth Green Receives Humanitarian Award 08.19.2010

Barth A. Green, M.D., professor and chair of neurological surgery, received the Florida Association of Nonprofit Organization's prestigious Lawton's Heart Humanitarian Award last night for his lifetime devotion to humanitarian during an award ceremony at the organization's annual conference in Fort Lauderdale. Founded 20 years ago, FANO represents Florida's non-profits.

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UM Researchers Co-Author First Set of Studies for the NIH’s National Study of Hispanic Health 08.18.2010

Less than four years after the NIH launched the largest long-term health study of Hispanic/Latino populations, researchers at the four sites, including the University of Miami, have published their first papers. The research appears in the August issue of Annals of Epidemiology.

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UM Joins the Miller School in the No. 47 Spot on U.S. News List 08.17.2010

Four months after the Miller School earned the No. 47 spot on U.S. News & World Report's 2011 list of "America's Best Graduate Schools," the University of Miami achieved the same ranking on the magazine's 2011 list of "America's Best Colleges." Ascending 20 spots over the past nine years, UM is now the highest-ranked Florida school on the list.

Watch a video of President Shalala discussing UM's new U.S. News ranking »

Researchers Identify Risk Factors for Angioplasty Complication 08.16.2010

Physicians performing percutaneous coronary interventions (angioplasty) frequently encounter a number of challenges during the procedure. Among the complications is retroperitoneal hematoma, the pooling of blood just outside the abdominal cavity — a condition associated with high mortality and morbidity.

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Dean Goldschmidt Welcomes New Students and Encourages Community Service 08.13.2010

As the Miller School's newest medical students embark on their paths to earning M.D.s, they will find that studying medicine is challenging and rewarding – and a privilege. Dean Pascal J. Goldschmidt welcomed the Class of 2014 to the Miller School and reminded the freshmen they were beginning an education that would allow them to join the ranks of one of the most respected professions.

Look through photos of the dean welcoming Miller School's newest students »

Miller School Welcomes 152 Members of the Class of 2014 08.10.2010

Among the students in the Miller School's new Class of 2014 is Gabriella Polyak, a Miami native fluent in Russian who has yearned to be a doctor since she was a child. There's also Angela Hippeli, a Spanish-speaker from Pennsylvania who spent time in Ecuador; she is sure she chose medicine when she was seven.

Read more about the Class of 2014 »

UHealth Sports Medicine Hosts Student Ambassador Seminar 08.03.2010

Dozens of students from public and private high schools in Miami-Dade and Broward counties attended a Student Ambassador Seminar on Friday at University of Miami Hospital. The leadership of UHealth Sports Medicine invited the students to attend the day-long event designed to help them develop leadership skills they can share with their classmates.

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Miller School Launches New M.D./M.P.H. Track 08.03.2010

On Monday, the Miller School announced the formation of a new educational track, one that will award participating students both an M.D. and an M.P.H. (Master of Public Health) after four years of school. The program will be based in both Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties and will respond directly to a severe shortage of physicians trained in public health and health care delivery.

Read more about the new Public Health Physician curriculum »

Barth Green, M.D., Testifies at U.S. House Hearing on Haiti 07.30.2010

Testifying before a subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, Barth Green, M.D., professor and chair of neurological surgery, offered his insights on the current health conditions in Haiti, and the vast challenges and opportunities the nation faces as it struggles to recover from January’s catastrophic earthquake.

Read more about the U.S. House Hearing on Haiti »

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