Health Sciences Report - Summer 2004

  • Here, There, Everywhere
    Her Name Is Linked to Health Sciences, But Linda Amos’s Passion Is Still Nursing Education
  • Domino Effect in Trauma
    Two School of Medicine researchers investigate the biochemical events that can be just as life-threatening as the traumatic injuries they follow.
  • The Art of Healing (photo essay)
    Sculptures featured in this photo essay reflect the creativity and compassion that accompany the science of medicine.
  • Degrees That Add Dimension
    Ranked sixth-best in the country, the medical school’s Public Health Program draws health-care professionals back to the classroom.
  • Organ Transplantation
    Kidney, heart, and lung transplants give patients futures full of promise and unpredictability—and continuing care from University Hospital’s Solid Organ Transplant Program.
  • When the Doctor Becomes the Dad
    Pediatric nephrologist Joseph Sherbotie, M.D., speaks from personal experience when he talks to parents of young kidney transplant recipients.
  • Headlines
  • In Memoriam
  • People
  • Research in Brief
  • Gift of Health
    Recent ceremonies honored employees and community members who contributed to the Eccles Critical Care Pavilion project and the new John A. Moran Eye Center under construction.

Health Sciences Report, University of Utah, Vol. 28, No. 2
Editor:   Susan Sample
Editorial Consultant:  Anne Brillinger
Contributing Writers:  Cindy Fazzi, Phil Sahm
Photographers:  Sean Graff; Tim Kelly; Steve Leitch, Medical Graphics & Photography

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