UC Davis School of Medicine


A Publication of UC Davis School of Medicine

Volume 13 • No 3 • Winter 2016/2017

Firearm violence and public health: Three decades of pioneering research


Dr. with spare kidney ready for transplant

Confronting the kidney crisis

As the UC Davis program sets pace to lead the nation in kidney transplants, a reputation for finesse and innovation earned it a role at a June White House summit on solving America’s growing organ shortage.
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Maha Haddad, M.D.

Pediatric dialysis and transplant

UC Davis recently added a regionally unique outpatient dialysis service for very young or small children to its nationally recognized pediatric nephrology program.
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Richard Perez, M.D. and team

An extra hand before transplant

UC Davis is testing an assessment system that may provide better means of evaluating and rehabbing deceased-donor organs — and rescuing more for ransplantation.
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Group of women who attained rank of full professor

Paths to leadership

A prestigious award for the UC Davis Women in Medicine and Health Sciences program recognizes its impact on women’s careers and its potential as a national model.
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