- Inpatient Cardiac Arrest Less Deadly for Kids (MedpageToday)
Saket Girotra, M.D.
- Google and Twitter Help Track Influenza Outbreaks (National Geographic)
Phil Polgreen , M.D.
- Deadly 'superbugs' invade U.S. health care facilities (USA Today)
Eli Perencevich, M.D.
- Study shows how CaM kinase II triggers cell death following heart damage
Mark E. Anderson, M.D., Ph.D.
- Study: substance in fruits may help you lose weight (Radio Iowa)
Christopher Adams, M.D.
- Eastern Iowa hospitals partner with University of Iowa on telehealth project
(Cedar Rapids Gazette)
Gary Rosenthal, M.D.
- Study finds significantly higher hospital costs for surgical patients who smoke (MedicalExpress.com)
Aparna Kamath, M.D.
- Concern over radon in Iowa sparks discussion (The Daily Iowan)
Thomas Gross, M.D.
- Coronado Biosciences Announces Phase 1 TSO Data to be Presented at the 8th International Congress on Autoimmunity
(Wall Street Journal)
David Elliott, M.D.
- Iowa family presented annual check to university hospital for hepatitis C research Tuesday (Daily Iowan)
Warren Schmidt, M.D.
- In a Squeaky-Clean World, a Worm Might Help Fight Disease (Wall Street Journal)
Robert Summers, M.D.
- American Heart Association's Go Red For Women® Movement asks the women of Johnson County to uncover the truth about heart disease (Cedar Rapids Gazette)
Kelly-Ann Light-McGroary, M.D.
- Conquering kale (Cedar Rapids Gazette)
Terry Wahls, M.D.
- UI researchers involved in herpes vaccine study (Cedar Rapids Gazette)
Jack Stapleton, M.D.
- Twitter kept up with Haiti cholera outbreak (Science News)
Phil Polgreen, M.D.
University of Iowa Health Care leaders announced July 17 that UI Hospitals and Clinics is included once again on a widely recognized list of leading U.S. hospitals.
"The Best Hospitals in America" listing is compiled annually by U.S. News & World Report.
Three Internal Medicine subspecialties ranked in the top 50, while three were ranked as "high performing."
- Cancer (23rd nationally)
- Nephrology (32nd)
- Pulmonology (42nd)
- Cardiology and Heart Surgery (high performing)
- Diabetes and Endocrinology (high performing)
- Gastroenterology (high performing)