The new head team physician for the Chicago White Sox, Nikhil Verma, MD, discusses how he and the other team physicians at Rush help keep Sox players healthy through the long baseball season.
For two decades, Jeffrey Kordower, PhD, and his lab at Rush have been at the forefront of new discoveries about Parkinson’s disease.
Rush University Medical Center has been designated as a Baby-Friendly birth facility for providing optimal care for infant feeding and mother-baby bonding.
A total of 115 Rush Medical College students gathered at the Union League Club of Chicago for Match Day to learn where they will be receiving their residency training, with 21 different specialties represented across 69 institutions.
Rush has launched the Chicago area's only program dedicated to diagnosing and treating neuroendocrine tumors.
To help patients recover faster from surgery, Rush has begun providing a computer app that monitors and encourages activities that promote healing.
Misuse of sleep monitor data can worsen rather than solve people’s sleep problems, according to a new journal article by a sleep researcher at Rush University Medical Center.
Parkinson’s disease patients have different gut microbiomes than people without the disease. New research shows that those bacterial differences can trigger or accelerate the disease.
Hearing expert Valeriy Shafiro, PhD, studies ways to enhance cochlear implants for the hearing impaired.
Rush has partnered with Tempus, a new technology company, to provide genetic screenings for cancer patients that may allow doctors to customize more effective treatments for them.