Groundbreaking for IU/Fairbanks Hall - The Clarian Education and Resource Center - major effort marked with development of final piece of the life sciences corridor at head of Central Canal.
The Biomedical Research Training Program (BRTP) is a common entry program for Ph.D. study in the College of Medicine's five Basic Science Departments and the Cancer Graduate Research Program.
New technology turns thoughts into actions, offering hope to spinal-cord patients.
The Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine - New York, announces the opening of Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine-Long Island in partnership with Dr. Jeffrey Braverman.
Two major San Francisco Bay Area hospitals say they're benefiting financially and clinically from an innovative nurse-training and mentoring program
The Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory receives recognition.
Three residency programs at Harvard affiliated teaching hospitals merge to provide a more enriching educational environment to enhance the strengths of each program.
Johns Hopkins Hospital, topping the "Honor Roll" 16 years in a row, is committed to educating healthcare professionals and providing continuing education for the life of one's career.
A breakthrough in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) allows doctors to perform tumor surgery while viewing the brain in real time--before, during and after the procedure.
Veterinary medicine has become more sophisticated. Today's veterinarians utilize the skills of professionals known as veterinary technicians.
A wearable detection device could help millions of people who suffer from epilepsy.
Adopting a healthy lifestyle even for men who take medication for high blood pressure or cholesterol can dramatically cut their risk of heart disease, U.S. researchers report.
Formal clinical trial planned as result of positive results from Omegaven, comprised of Omega-3 fatty acids, shown to prevent accumulation of fat and have anti-inflammatory properties.
The American College of Radiology (ACR) recently put an array of CME opportunities online with the launch of its new ACR Campus.
Invision International Health Solutions, Inc. recently announced the issuance of a U.S. Patent on its "Ionic Silver Complex" technology.
A space-age scanner to be built at the University of Surrey could provide invaluable help with cancer treatment, scientists believe.
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) announced that physician members have the option of submitting practice improvement assessments to their chosen health plan's pay-for-performance program.
The St Franciscus Hospital in Rotterdam, the Netherlands began installing iSite PACS service from Philips.
Find the benefits of learning at a teaching hospital. Brookdale offers PostGraduate Training, Clinical and Support, and Osteopathic Teaching programs.
From Nursing and imaging opportunities to internships and speailization - find out what hospitals offer in the new position.
The American Healthcare Radiology Administrators (AHRA) Annual Meeting will be at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada July 30 to Aug 3. We look forward to seeing you there.
Continuing education for Doctors & Health Professionals keeps the staff at their best and the patients healthy.
Univeristy Hospital in Cincinnatti Ohio attracting staff with high quality equipment in the Radiology Resident and Technologist Training.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The mirror on the wall might be able to tell who's the fairest of them all, but BrighTex Bio-Photonics LLC's scanner can tell a whole lot more.
Getting detailed ultrasound pictures of your unborn baby by ultrasound is possible at special studios.
A new line of virus-proof fabric may prove as potent a weapon as vaccinations in the battle against an avian influenza pandemic.
NMPI, partnering with Mid-Atlantic Imaging, will launch a new portable cardiac SPECT camera next month.
A growing number of physicians are becoming hospitalists to focus their practices on treating acute-care hospital patients and to have more time for their patients.
Are you prepared to become a Nurse? To operate and interpret intricate life saving equipment and be on the front lines taking care of patients? If your answer is Yes, then read the article.
The Saint John Regional Hospital's drive to raise money for the first PET/CT in Atlantic Canada is part of their commitment to the best possible care and service for patients.
Patient advocates warn that millions of people will be hurt by the rules.
A shortage of physicians and an aging population is causing the demand for doctors to accelerate more rapidly than supply.
The Biomedical Engineer benefits from formalized training. Find out how to stay on top of the learning curve.
HOSPITALAR is the most complete and specialized health fair in Brazil and Latin America in So Paulo, Brazil in June - do we need to say more?
Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery was introduced at CARS in 1983!
The Emergency Congress 2006 has three parts: Emergency Medical Services, Trauma, and Accident & Emergency...read on for details.
DOTmed keeps getting the best of the best for sale at Auction on the Internet. You have to take a peek!
Many health care careers compare very favorably with other high-paying jobs! Physical therapists,occupational therapists, and lab technologists ALL made the Top 50 in a recent study.
Monadnock Community Hospital officially opened its Educational Training Lab for the Medical-Surgical Unit in October 2005.
Back to the beach...Miami Beach, Florida for the RBMA 2006 Radiology Summit!
The International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISSRT) World Congress brings together an international community of more than 1,000 radiologic science professionals.
Sales, Nursing, Radiology, and Ultrasound opportunities are ALL on DOTmed.
Sonora Medical Systems, Inc., a DOTmed 100 - 2006 company, has added a new type of multi-vendor ultrasound service training called the Professional Level Course.
The Jefferson Ultrasound Research and Education Institute - Leading Edge in Diagnostic Ultrasound Annual Conference 2006 - ONSITE registration, from May 23 to 26.
The Korean Society of Ultrasound in Medicine 11th Annual World Federation for Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology in Seoul, Korea on May 28 to June 1 with ONSITE Registration.
Recycling MRI and CTs is easier with the help of MedREcycle; your patients won't know they are there!
Sonora Medical Systems has added a new Professional Level Ultrasound Course which includes their Nickel©.
The University of Wisconsin(Madison Campus) is hosting their Introduction to Medical Imaging Systems Continuing Education Course on June 21 - 23.
Four superb Mammo Units have just been posted for auction on DOTmed - If you are in the market to buy, these are the systems to see first!