UC Irvine Medical Center’s programs in gynecology, urology, cancer and kidney disease among top in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report.
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Rey Buack is among 10 percent who survive ruptured aortic aneurysm, thanks to UC Irvine Medical Center surgeons.
By providing students with technological devices such as iPads and portable ultrasounds, UC Irvine School of Medicine is revolutionizing the way healthcare is taught. For the future doctors, such tools could one day be as standard as the stethoscope.
The new Medical Education Simulation Center in the School of Medicine is the only one of its kind in Orange County and among the most sophisticated medical simulation facilities in the country.
Dual-energy mammography is the latest imaging technique pioneered by UCI researchers to battle the deadly disease.
Folu Ani, first-year medical student at UC Irvine, has a distinctively African perspective that drives him to one day make a difference for the billions of people around the globe who do not have access to adequate healthcare.
Dr. Behnoosh Afghani leads UCI efforts to expose local high school students to careers in healthcare.
Dr. Randall Holcombe, chief of UCI’s Division of Hematology/Oncology, has a commitment to healing that has earned a high-quality designation, the first in the state.
As part of its new iMedEd Initiative, the medical school has developed a comprehensive, iPad-based curriculum, reinventing how medicine is taught in the 21st century and becoming the first in the nation to offer entering students a completely digital, interactive learning environment.