Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

  1. Fighting cancer . . . with cancer

    Three-dimensional, lab-grown cells may one day help doctors zero in on individualized treatments for ovarian cancer.

  2. Media Coverage of the University of Michigan: Nov. 2012

    Stem cells and nanofibers stimulating nerve research; Cancer center receives $29-million grant; Study finds fuel economy at all-time high; Researchers to lead food security study; Athletes sign social media policy as Twitter incidents multiply; Does the Fed favor Republican presidents? Six campus construction projects to watch; Mary Sue Coleman counted among most popular university presidents.

  3. Media Coverage of the University of Michigan: July 2012

    Scientists create six new stem cell lines; the most important part of the health care ruling you haven’t heard about; U-M researchers find the elusive Higgs boson; researchers examine head injuries and premature brain aging; a look at the straight media’s coverage of gay pride; study shows most Americans earn more than their parents, but only a third rise in income class; dead zone pollutant grows despite decades of work; dogs may protect kids from infection.

  4. Media Coverage of the University of Michigan: May 2012

    University of Michigan stem-cell line gets national registry go-ahead; new U-M research sheds light on science of addiction; parents play favorites when helping adult kids out; bedroom eyes make guys look sketchy; U-M doctor demonstrates deep-brain stimulation as Parkinson’s treatment; “dead” galaxies live on; U-M research shows more babies being born addicted to prescription painkillers.