Although the drug is commonly used to treat hepatorenal syndrome in other parts of the world, it lacks FDA approval. Researchers examine both its efficacy and safety.
Sawani handles communications for several departments across Michigan Medicine and the University of Michigan Medical School, including gastroenterology/digestive diseases, otolaryngology, radiology and government relations. She's passionate about fostering a sense of unity and bridging gaps between cultures through the art of storytelling. Prior to joining U-M in 2017, she worked in public affairs and political communications in Washington, D.C., and Southeastern Michigan.
A team of experts developed an innovative medical education program via a remote learning platform.
A team of liver experts examine how statewide policies impact mortality rates among individuals with alcohol-related liver disease.
Two experts in medical education develop a program that helps prepare graduating medical students for residency through a comprehensive paging curriculum.
A team explores the protective capabilities of consuming a diet enriched with fructose when it comes to acetaminophen overdose in mice.
A team explores the possible association between genetic variants in the human genome and liver attenuation.