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Stritch School of Medicine

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Targeting Cancer

Stritch Professor Valerie Chai researches genome instability in cancer cell development

Biomedical Sciences - Master’s and PhD Programs

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Professional Formation/Physician Leadership

John Callaci, PhD on Canada’s new alcohol consumption guidance

Stritch’s Alcohol Research Program researcher talks about “safe” amounts of alcoholic drinks.

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Associate Dean, ODEI discusses clinical trials

Associate Dean Patricia Robinson, MD, talks about the importance of increasing representation in clinical trials to help provide more comprehensive insights and better patient outcomes.

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Research

Dr. Patrick Hagen explains stem cell transplants

Hematologists and oncologists performed nearly 9,000 bone marrow and cord blood transplants in the U.S. (in 2020). What is involved in and what are the considerations for banking cord blood for this procedure?

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James A. Stankiewicz, MD, Stritch School of Medicine
Service

Stritch honors 2022 Medalist

Meet Dr. J. Stankiewicz
Support physicians-in-training and emerging researchers
White Coat Ceremony at Stritch School of Medicine
"Stritch prepared me to be an excellent and empathetic physician and researcher, with patients at the center of my medical universe." Sam J. Marzo, MD • Dean, Stitch School of Medicine • Professor of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery and Neurosurgery

Medical students by the numbers

158

students

35%

matched in primary care

53%

matched locations in the Midwest
NEWS
Mark C. Reed

Welcoming Loyola’s 25th President

Dr. Mark C. Reed begins his tenure. Learn More

STORIES
Loyola’s year in review

Loyola’s year in review.

Loyolans learned, laughed, and served. View 2022 in photos. More

Events
Fri
Jan 27

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Amy Blair, MD Assistant Dean for Health Advocacy, Medical Education
Associate Professor, Family Medicine