When it comes to improving the health and health care of Nevada, it takes a state. The School of Medicine is cultivating collaborators statewide who are equally dedicated to advancing the cause of good health.
University of Nevada School of Medicine students give back to the community with popular free clinics in Reno and Las Vegas—and receive priceless real-world experience in return.
A multimillion dollar grant is translating medical research into health care reality through the collaborative efforts of the School of Medicine and Universities of Nevada, Reno and Las Vegas.
Women facing breast cancer surgery are presented with innovative surgical options through teamwork among School of Medicine oncology and plastic and reconstructive surgeons.
Two of Nevada’s wildest and largest outdoor festivals, Burning Man in northern Nevada and Electric Daisy Carnival in southern Nevada, offer unique lessons in urgent care for School of Medicine students.
The University of Nevada School of Medicine’s average debt load for graduates is below the national average and could be even lower due to the generosity of one graduate’s father.
The School of Medicine’s former anatomy laboratory is reborn as an innovative setting for local physicians to learn and polish new skills.