Composite of National Institutes of Health depictions of brain and brain tumor imaging
July 22, 2021

Summer of Discovery Charts Course for Future Impact on Health Care

  • By Beth Hart

Carle Illinois College of Medicine students are setting a course to change the future of human health through the college’s unique Discovery Learning program, contributing to everything from brain tumor research to emergency medical care for diverse populations. In the summer 2021 Discovery Learning program, 26 Carle Illinois students are partnering with and learning from expert clinicians, scientists, and industry leaders. First-year students enrolled in the Discovery Learning program spend six weeks immersed in clinical […]

March 22, 2021

New cutting-edge MRI technology offers Carle Illinois students rare research, learning opportunities

  • By Beth Hart

The most powerful MRI device of its kind approved for patient use is now operational at Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, offering Carle Illinois College of Medicine students unique opportunities to contribute to cutting-edge research, aimed at advancing biomedical knowledge and improving patient care. Carle is one of only a few hospitals in the country and the first in Illinois to acquire a Siemens Healthineers MAGNETOM Terra 7 Tesla (7T) MRI scanner for both clinical […]

September 13, 2019

Brad Sutton recognized as one of five University Scholars

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From helping to develop the innovative curricula at Carle Illinois, to his work developing novel MRI methods to help better understand the brain, the honor is well deserved.

Timothy Fan and Paul Hergenrother, Carle Illinois College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
November 27, 2017

Cancer drug starts clinical trials in human brain-cancer patients

  • By Libby Kacich

Illinois researchers are testing the safety of a new cancer drug in a clinical trial for humans with late-stage brain cancer.