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The University of Chicago Innovation Fund has awarded Mark Ratain, MD, and Peter O'Donnell, MD, $100,000 to support their work on the Genomic Prescribing System.
A Mother’s Testimony in Support of The Prenatal and Neonatal Congenital Toxoplasmosis Prevention and Treatment Act
Dana Morel suffers from toxoplasmosis. Janet, her mother, testified before the Illinois State Senate accompanied by Rob and Dana, in support of Senate Bill 3667, the proposed Prenatal and Neonatal Congenital Toxoplasmosis Prevention and Treatment Act.
A new branding effort will identify and define UCM’s nursing brand.
Hear what UChicago Medicine nurses are saying about the new PPM.
Click here to read more about presentations and awards from across the UCM nursing community.
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