Gov. Scott Presents UM With $1M For AIDS ResearchGov. Rick Scott and Sen. Rene Garcia presented the University of Miami with a check for $1 million for HIV/AIDS research Monday morning.
Not Wearing Sunglasses Leads To Higher Risk For Vision DamageNot wearing sunglasses leaves your eyes at risk for vision damage.
Match Day Arrives For UM Medical StudentsIt's not quite match.com, but a group of senior medical students at the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine will find out Friday who they've been matched with to do their residency training.
UM Becoming Major Player In Brain ResearchThe University of Miami is becoming a major player in fighting brain-related diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
University Of Miami Hospital Opens New HelipadA new helipad was opened Monday on the fifth floor of the University of Miami Hospital. Hospital CEO Dan Snyder said in addition to providing greater access to medical care for patients, including those from the Bahamas, the helipad will be a key drop-off point for medical supplies and personnel.
World Traveling Docs Share Findings In Book Geared For Better HealthDoctors Steve and Sandy Amoils, married Cincinnati based physicians, traveled the world for a thorough look into all kinds of medical treatments and therapies in hopes of finding miraculous cures.
Roads To Close This Weekend For 170-Mile Charity Bike RideThis weekend, roads along a 170-mile route will be partially closed thoughout Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. No one likes road closures, but this will be for a very good cause.
Shalala: UM Medical School To Make Cutbacks In MayThe University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine is about to undergo “significant” cutbacks.
UM Unveils State Of The Art DNA Storage SystemThe University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has unveiled a new automated storage and retrieval system for DNA samples.
Three Grants To Help Kids With Cancer In Broward, DadeBroward Hyundai dealers joined with the Hyundai Hope on Wheels program Monday to announce $100 thousand grants to three South Florida pediatric cancer programs, part of 71 grants announced nationwide worth more than $7 million.
UM Study: Soy Supplements Don't Prevent Bone LossA new study from the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami has found that contrary to popular belief, soy supplements do not help women in menopause.
UM Bascom Palmer's Vision Van Headed To JapanThe Bascom Palmer Eye Institute of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is getting involved in helping those in the earthquake and tsunami-ravaged northeastern region of Japan.