News Community Talk on Zika Virus Features Infectious Disease Expert from Brazil Apr 19, 2016The community is invited to attend a free talk and panel discussion on Zika virus featuring an infectious disease expert who has watched the outbreak unfold in Brazil. URMC women’s health and infectious disease experts will be available to answer questions. Dyson Day Lecture Examines Effective Teen Pregnancy PreventionMar 07, 2016Monroe County offers some of the best pediatric health care in the country. Yet, children in Monroe County have poor outcomes in a number of important areas. At the 16th Annual Anne E. Dyson Memorial Grand Rounds, set for Wednesday, March 9 at 8:00 a.m. in the Class of ’62 Auditorium, local panelists will discuss the connections between teen and unplanned pregnancy and poverty, and the evidence-based programs that can address unintended pregnancy in Rochester.$2.6 Million Grant Funds Study of Early Sex Differences in Human Health, Disease Nov 05, 2015Sex differences in human health and disease are well-documented. With a new grant from the National Institutes of Health, scientists will look for an explanation for these differences, focusing on a mother’s anxiety during pregnancy. Strong Memorial Hospital Specialties Among U.S. News and World Report’s ‘Nation’s Best'Jul 21, 2015Four adult specialties at UR Medicine’s Strong Memorial Hospital have captured a spot in the Top 50 programs in the nation for treating complex conditions, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2015-16 ranking of America’s Best Hospitals. The rankings consider data on nearly 5,000 eligible hospitals, only 137 of which had one program or more that made it to the national list.CARE Event Helps Cancer Survivors Who Seek Fertility ServicesFeb 17, 2015Join the Strong Fertility Center for the sixth annual CARE Fundraising Event and Silent Auction to benefit cancer survivors 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, March 13, at La Luna Banquet Center, 60 Browns Race, Rochester. The fundraiser benefits those who seek fertility preservation services from the center’s Childbearing After Recovery (CARE) program.