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The University of Miami announced the appointment of Cindy Munro as the new dean of the School of Nursing and Health Studies


Wonder Women of Science

UM female scientists share some insight on women in science, science in Hollywood and how Wonder Woman is an icon of strength and smarts.

Wonder Women of Science

UM female scientists share some insight on women in science, science in Hollywood and how Wonder Woman is an icon of strength and smarts.

Wonder Women of Science

UM female scientists share some insight on women in science, science in Hollywood and how Wonder Woman is an icon of strength and smarts.


Symposium Examines Health Effects of Climate Change

Experts weigh in on emerging health challenges associated with rising temperatures and other climatic conditions

Symposium Examines Health Effects of Climate Change

Experts weigh in on emerging health challenges associated with rising temperatures and other climatic conditions


New Medical School Dean Named

Edward Abraham, M.D., has been named Dean of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, beginning July 1.


University of Miami to Begin Phase 2 Zika Vaccine Trial

Multi-site study will evaluate NIH’s experimental DNA vaccine.


Cuba Water Hassles

An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.


New Needle Exchange Program Launches on World AIDS Day

The UM-led program is just the latest in the University’s arsenal of work and research to fight HIV/AIDS.


A Cause for Celebration

The Lennar Foundation Medical Center dazzles in its debut on the Coral Gables campus.


Nursing Scientist Anne Norris Named Interim Dean

Anne Norris, associate dean for the Ph.D. program and professor in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, has been named interim dean of the school, effective January 3, 2017.



Brain Pattern Flexibility and Behavior

Researchers analyzed how brain regions are connected to each other in a way that facilitates high-level cognitive processing.

Brain Pattern Flexibility and Behavior

Researchers analyzed how brain regions are connected to each other in a way that facilitates high-level cognitive processing.


Could a Pill Treat Concussions?

A $16 million grant to UM will fund cannabinoid research in hopes of discovering the first real treatment option for concussions.

Could a Pill Treat Concussions?

A $16 million grant to UM will fund cannabinoid research in hopes of discovering the first real treatment option for concussions.



U PUP’s Founding Father Heads to Grad School, Leaves His Legacy in Good Paws

Trenton, U PUP’s first graduate, is passing the leash to his successor, Dolce, and more than 150 members of the University’s new service club dedicated to raising canine companions for people with disabilities.

U PUP’s Founding Father Heads to Grad School, Leaves His Legacy in Good Paws

Trenton, U PUP’s first graduate, is passing the leash to his successor, Dolce, and more than 150 members of the University’s new service club dedicated to raising canine companions for people with disabilities.


UM Launches New Business Certificate Program for Public Health Workforce

UM’s School of Business Administration and Miller School of Medicine partner with the de Beaumont Foundation to launch interdisciplinary BEAM program.

UM Launches New Business Certificate Program for Public Health Workforce

UM’s School of Business Administration and Miller School of Medicine partner with the de Beaumont Foundation to launch interdisciplinary BEAM program.



Helping Those Impacted by Hurricane Matthew

University of Miami students, doctors pull resources together for aid and relief efforts.

Helping Those Impacted by Hurricane Matthew

University of Miami students, doctors pull resources together for aid and relief efforts.


Forum Focuses on Bridging the Women’s Cancer Divide

Clinicians, health systems experts, and advocates gathered at the University of Miami to improve the care of Latin American and Caribbean women who are dying form preventable and treatable cancers.

Forum Focuses on Bridging the Women’s Cancer Divide

Clinicians, health systems experts, and advocates gathered at the University of Miami to improve the care of Latin American and Caribbean women who are dying form preventable and treatable cancers.


‘Women’s Cancers in the Americas’

In a first of its kind symposium, health experts explore ways to help women in Latin America fight breast and cervical cancer.

‘Women’s Cancers in the Americas’

In a first of its kind symposium, health experts explore ways to help women in Latin America fight breast and cervical cancer.


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