Class of 2013: First graduates from three sites
As black-robed doctors-to-be filled chairs on the floor usually used for MSU basketball, family and friends in the seats whistled, cheered, shouted and waved at their personal champions.
MSU’s fifth annual Muslim mental health conference held for first time in Detroit
When Dr. Farha Abbasi started treating patients through the psychiatry department at Michigan State University nearly a decade ago, the Pakistani native expected to see more Muslims among those seeking help for mental health issues
New Malaria Tool Shows Which Kids at Greatest Risk
MSUCOM’s Karl Seydel and colleagues in Malawi have identified a protein, HRP2, which can predict whether children will develop cerebral malaria.