Medicine and Life Sciences

See more from

Studying Minds: Developing New Therapies for Brain Disorders

January 30, 2023

UToledo researchers are working to better understand how the brain responds to toxins and other influences to create more effective therapeutics for disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and addiction.

Working in Free Clinic Drives Medical Students’ Advocacy Efforts

January 26, 2023

UToledo medical students Sydney Hatch, Katherine Esser and Addison Sparks talk about their work with UToledo’s Community Care Clinic, a student-run organization that provides free medical care to those with limited or no health insurance.

UToledo Senior Receives Air Force Health Professions Scholarship

January 25, 2023

Hannah Thompson, a UToledo biology student and a cadet in BGSU’s Air Force ROTC program, is one of 14 ROTC students nationwide to receive the scholarship.

New Undergraduate Neuroscience Degree Blends Biology and Medicine

January 24, 2023

The program provides students the opportunity to learn how the brain works and train alongside established biomedical researchers.

Awards Ceremony Closes Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Exhibition

January 18, 2023

More than 35 student-created posters and creative projects representing various academic colleges were on display, with three award winners.

As Wild Horse Numbers Climb, UToledo Contraception Research Key to Managing Populations

January 17, 2023

Dr. John Turner, a professor in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, has studied wild horses for more than four decades and is one of the nation’s leading experts in controlling their populations through contraception.

Quiet Learning

January 13, 2023

Seeking a change of scenery from Health Science Campus, Britney Amin, a second-year medical student, studies on the fifth floor of Carlson Library on Thursday afternoon. Spring semester classes begin for all UToledo students on Tuesday, Jan. 17.

Endocrinology Researcher, Advocate for Post-Prison Higher Education to Give Public Lecture Jan. 19

January 12, 2023

Dr. Stanley Andrisse's free, public lecture begins at 4 p.m. in Bowman-Oddy Laboratories Room 1059.

Understanding Bacteria

January 11, 2023

A human is an ecosystem with one host and many microscopic organisms that work together for normal health. UToledo researchers are working to better understand the microorganisms living in our bodies and how improving our gut health can help treat and even prevent illnesses.

What is Cardiac Arrest? What to Know After Buffalo Bills Player Damar Hamlin’s Hospitalization

January 4, 2023

Dr. David Sohn, chief of the Shoulder and Sports Medicine Division at UTMC and professor in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences, explains commotio cordis and how a hard blow to the chest to trigger cardiac arrest.

Click to access the login or register cheese