Medical Bulletin: Fall 2010 Web Extras
Learn more with web-exclusive articles, videos, slideshows, and podcasts from the Fall 2010 Medical Bulletin.
Rebuilding faces; rebuilding lives
“Nobody gets to be a cowboy here,” says one facial reconstructive surgeon in the Department of Otolaryngology. Read this web-exclusive article.
U reconstructive surgeon and medical illustrator William Walsh, M.D., gives people the chance for a normal life.
University of Minnesota plastic surgeon Dr. Peter Hilger explains the mechanics of smiling and facial reconstruction.
Dr. Hilger explains how surgeons help patients regain facial movement.
Cancer: Up close and personal
Technological advances are allowing easier access to genetic data than ever before. And it’s hard for analysts to keep up. Read this web-exclusive article.
Read this web-exclusive retrospective from archivist Erik Moore.
40 years of Health Sciences
Running in the same circles
A more diverse medical school isn’t just better for students who’ve historically lacked access; it increases cultural competency in all students—and it’s an important step toward combating health disparities. Read this web-exclusive article.
Watch slideshows about what’s inspiring future doctors.
Medical School News
U of M Scientists take a deep breath
No such thing as safe tanning
Study definitively links indoor tanning to skin cancer (from the School of Public Health's Public Health Moment podcast)
Read an excerpt from Forever Ours, by Janis Amatuzio, M.D.
Hippocrates Café preview (4:54).
Watch the full video (52:43).
A non-traditional path
Hilary Crook talks about continuing the legacy of her mother, the late Nancy English, M.D.
A look back
“This is a story about the power of love and the promise and limits of science. It is a story in which politics, ethics, and advances in reproductive genetics collide...” Read this excerpt from Saving Henry by Laurie Strongin.