Many women notice that their sexual health changes after childbirth, according to researchers from Loyola University Chicago. Loyola researchers have a study underway to determine the extent to which pelvic pain may be related to this change
Meg Ryan’s academic career has been characterized by service—to her peers, the local community, and abroad. Besides acting as president of her class all four years at the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, she has volunteered at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago since 2012 and traveled abroad to help others. READ MORE
Michael Koller, MD, a compassionate physician, master teacher, skilled musician and beloved member of the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine community, died peacefully at his Oak Park home Nov. 11 after a long illness. He was 53.
Sister Brenda Eagan, IBVM, D.Min., director of University Ministry for Loyola University Chicago Health Sciences Division (HSD), is leaving in December for an eight-year commitment as one of four Consultors to the Superior General of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
In an era of reduced funding, it’s not enough for a young researcher to be a good scientist. He or she also needs “street smarts” to, for example, find an influential mentor, dress professionally, network during scientific meetings and be able to describe a research project in the time it takes to ride an elevator
Michael I. Nishimura, PhD, who is developing therapies designed to turn patients’ own immune systems into potent weapons against cancer, has been named 2014 Senior Scientist of the Year at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
Karyn Holm, PhD ’80, MS, BSN, FAAN, FAHA, has been named associate dean for research at Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing (MNSON). She returns to Loyola after serving as a professor from 1992 – 2001 and as chair in the Department of Medical-Surgical Nursing from 1992 – 1999