Women’s Health

Raising Awareness of HIV Prevention Among Black Women

RUSH, Planned Parenthood of Illinois, others partner on study to increase understanding of HIV risk and preventive medications
PrEP for HIV

Acute to Chronic Pain Signatures (A2CPS) Study

RUSH is participating in a novel, $50 million groundbreaking NIH study to identify the origins of chronic pain through biomarkers
Tower and Rubschlager Building

New Potential Immunotherapies for Pancreatic Cancer

Scientists at RUSH who have discovered two new targets for decreasing the progression of pancreatic cancer.

Kalipada Pahan, PhD

A Powerful Voice for People With Disabilities

Nurse researcher-activist is leading the way in improving health outcomes for people with disabilities
A group of people with intellectual disabilities standing together outdoors

Driving Scientific Discovery with Advanced Imaging Technology

Gift from Rush Trustee Brian McCormack and his wife, Katie, funds new Imaging Center
Katie and Brian McCormack stand together next to a sign for the Katie and Brian McCormack Diagnostic Imaging Center at RUSH.

Frontline Treatments for Non-muscle Invasive and Invasive Bladder Cancer with Gary Steinberg, MD

Gary Steinberg, MD, is a urologist at RUSH and a national authority in the surgical treatment of bladder cancer and continent urinary tract reconstruction. He is a recognized expert in translational bladder cancer research and has made significant contributions to the understanding of both non-muscle invasive and invasive bladder cancer.
Gary Steinberg, MD

RUSH University College of Nursing Assistant Professor Earns ITM Pilot Award

Award to Chuka Nestor Emezue, PhD, MPH, provides $60,000 in funding, resources to kick-start innovative research projects
Chuka Nestor Emezue, PhD, MPH, MPA, CHES

A Rare Look Inside Chicago’s Top Sports Teams — and Support for Orthopedic Research

At the Chicago Sports Summit, attendees will hear from sports industry leaders and discuss the latest topics — from risky moves to pickleball
Two people have a discussion at the Chicago Sports Summit.

Enduring Trials, Achieving Greatness and Bridging Gaps

For Golden Lamp Society scholarship recipient Charlene Gamboa, PhD ’21, being a trailblazer has come with big challenges — and rewards
Charlene Gamboa, PhD

The Lasting Impact of ICU Stays During COVID-19 Pandemic

RUSH study looks at how an ICU impacts family dynamics and mental health
RUSH nurse checking on a patient in a hospital bed during COVID