Dare to Discover, 2022

Since 2016, the University of Iowa’s Office of the Vice President for Research has sponsored a banner campaign around downtown Iowa City to feature researchers whose ideas are already making an impact on the world. The Dare to Discover campaign has at times focused on faculty members, undergraduates, and this year, a mix of learners at every […]

Tamplin featured in Dare to Discover campaign

Michelle Tamplin, a Free Radical and Radiation Biology graduate student research assistant in the lab of Isabella Grumbach, MD, PhD, earned a spot among 45 other graduate and undergraduate students in the Office of the Vice President of Research’s (OVPR) Dare to Discover banner campaign. Tamplin’s banner will be on display in downtown Iowa City on […]

Mungai featured in city banner campaign

To ring in the new year, the Office of the Vice President of Research (OVPR) is once again highlighting research across campus with its Dare to Discover banner campaign. Internal Medicine offers more than 100 undergraduate students access to groundbreaking research, and for the past three years undergraduates working in the lab of E. Dale […]

Cochran featured in banner campaign

Each year since the UI’s Office of the Vice President for Research began the Dare to Discover campaign, Internal Medicine has been proud to have at least one of its members featured on their banners. In 2016, Dr. Dale Abel and Dr. Colleen Campbell each appeared, and in 2017 Dr. Eli Perencevich’s work in reducing […]

Dare to Look Up (again)

Last year, the Office of Research and Economic Development produced a series of banners hung around Iowa City featuring the broad range of breakthrough and norm-challenging work happening at the University of Iowa. Two members of Internal Medicine were featured in that project. A fresh crop of banners has again been produced, one of which […]

Primary Care on the front lines of our health system

There really is no other way to say it. Based in the Division of General Internal Medicine, our general internists, mostly working at the Iowa River Landing facility, log more hours in direct and indirect contact with patients than most within University of Iowa Health Care. Fewer than 20 providers follow more than 14,000 patients […]

Dare to Look Up

Last month some new banners appeared around Iowa City as part of an initiative by the Office of Research and Development at the University of Iowa. The banners feature faces of members of our UI community from writers like Marilynne Robinson to astronomers like Cornelia Lang. Two members of the Department of Internal Medicine have also […]