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An Award Winning Hobby

Gary D. Paige, M.D., Ph.D., chair of Neurobiology and Anatomy, has been heading to Elk Lake Lodge in the Adirondacks every year for more than two decades.  While there, he takes a lot of photographs.  One of them just received an award from The Nature Conservancy.

2/24/2014 | 0 comments

In Class: Looking For Trouble

The School of Medicine & Dentistry is collaborating with the Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to open the Center for Medical Technology Innovation (CMTI). The new center is forging connections between bio­engineering students, health care professionals, and the medical technology industry. The goal is to identify problems -- and develop solutions.

2/4/2014 | 0 comments

Give Us Your Opinion

We need your help!  If you receive the print version of Rochester Medicine in your mailbox, we want to know what you think.  Please take a few minutes to fill out this short, online survey.

1/31/2014 | 0 comments

Tradition Video: The Making of Miner

It was 1925, with the Great Depression looming, but that didn’t stop Dr. George Washington Corner from building a library at the University of Rochester’s new School of Medicine and Dentistry. 

1/31/2014 | 0 comments

Tradition: A Rare Repository of Medical Knowledge

The University of Rochester boasts an outstanding rare books collection in its medical school library.

1/31/2014 | 0 comments
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Rochester Medicine provides intelligent and engaging content about the activities, achievements, challenges, and traditions of the University of Rochester Medical Center and its students -- past and present.  The print version of Rochester Medicine is published  biannually and distributed to nearly 20,000 alumni, faculty, staff, friends, and others  interested in the University of Rochester Medical Center.  The online version features regular updates, additional features, and an archive of past print issues.

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