Tag Archives: Medical

  1. We have a new look!

    Check out our new website and logo! We are working to better communicate how we help our clients focus on what they do best – their business. We do this by taking of caring of the administration for their employees. Emery Benefit Solutions: Large Agency Expertise with Boutique Service – www.emerybenefitsolutions.com

  2. Spinal Healthcare Month

    At the request of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors (MAC), Governor Rick Snyder has signed an Executive Declaration naming October 2017 “Spinal Health Care Month” in Michigan. In his Declaration, the Governor proclaims that the “the proper function of the nervous system and the correct alignment of the spine are essential factors to the body’s ability to grow and develop appropriately, and to work effectively and efficiently.” The Governor further proclaimed that, “during this month we join with back and spinal health care professionals throughout Michigan to remind citizens of the importance of proper care for the back and spine.” Read the rest of this entry »

  3. Oakland University to host Organ and Bone Marrow Donor Registration Drive

    The Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine will be hosting its 6th Annual Organ & Bone Marrow Donor Registration Drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 2 and Oct. 4 at the Kresge Library, and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 3 at the OU Recreation Center.

    “Organ and bone marrow registration is especially important to promote on college campuses as the organ and bone marrow donor registries seek a diverse set of individuals,” said Stephanie Swanberg, MSI, an assistant professor and medical librarian in the Department of Biomedical Sciences. Read the rest of this entry »

  4. Room Rental available at our Professional Office in Troy

    Very nice room available at our professional 3 room office in Troy within the central business district on east Big Beaver road. Additional amenities: Wifi, Utilities included, small storage area, room already furnished, 24 hour access with elevator on first floor. Lobby availability with coffee machine and small refrigerator. $250 per month and available now or move in by September 1st! Call Cedric McSween at 248-217-3046 for more information.

  5. From Maize to Medicine: Oakland University researchers learning more about human cancer through genetic analysis of corn

    The genetic information in a kernel of corn could be a key to better understanding how normal cells become cancerous in humans, according to a recent collaborative study conducted by researchers from Oakland University and the University of Florida.

    “This is an exciting development as it suggests we can use plants as model systems to better understand human disease,” said Dr. Gerard Madlambayan, an associate professor with the Department of Biological Sciences who specializes in cancer research.

    According to Madlambayan, the link was discovered when Dr. Shailesh Lal, a professor of biological sciences at Oakland University who specializes in the molecular and genetic analysis of plants, identified a “regulatory” gene while studying the corn genome.

    “It turns out that if you destroy this gene, instead of being plump the kernel becomes totally shriveled,” Lal said. “Intriguingly, we found that if you take this mutant kernel and grow it in tissue culture, it proliferates, just like the growth of a tumor.” Read the rest of this entry »

  6. Oakland University professor’s research focuses on deadly antibiotic-resistant bacteria

    Each year, at least 2 million people in the United States become infected with bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics and at least 23,000 people die each year as a direct result of those infections, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    “It’s a real problem,” said Dr. Satish Walia, an associate professor of biological sciences at Oakland University.

    Walia has been studying the presence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in hospital wastewater and local waterways, including the Clinton River. He has been invited to share his research at the 7th International Symposium on Energy, which will take place Aug. 13-17 in Manchester, England. Read the rest of this entry »

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  8. Procedures at our new location in Troy!

    Kyphoplasty, Rhizotomy, and other in-office procedures will be offered at our new office location, at 3290 West Big Beaver Rd, Suite 150, in Troy. *We’re the first Suite on your right when you walk inside the East Entrance of the 3290 Sheffield Office Park Building. Read the rest of this entry »

  9. Oakland University student to present research at endocrine conference

    Katie Aleck, an undergraduate student at Oakland University whose research into the potential health risks of chemical compound Bisphenol-S (BPS) could contribute to understanding the effects of endocrine or hormone disrupting compounds on breast cancer treatment and prevention, has been selected to make an oral presentation on April 1 at the ENDO 2017 conference in Orlando, Fla. Read the rest of this entry »

  10. Oakland University to host discussion on physician-assisted suicide

    In 2016, the Michigan Legislature considered adopting legislation that would allow physicians to perform assisted suicide for terminally ill patients. Now, Oakland University is preparing to host a panel discussion about the so-called “Death with Dignity Act.” Read the rest of this entry »


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