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Liam Feeley

West Des Moines boy, 10, is Kid Captain when Hawkeyes take on Nebraska

Rare genetic disorder left Liam Feeley missing large bones in his arms

When Liam was 2 months old, the Feeleys came to University of Iowa Children’s Hospital and met with pediatric orthopedic surgeon Ericka Lawler, who put the family at ease.

BTN LIveBIG: Iowa researchers search for hearing loss-solutions

Big Ten Network The sound of progress

Home to one of the nation’s best hearing labs, the University of Iowa has now developed the most comprehensive genetic testing platform for deafness across the globe. Called OtoSCOPE, this technology allows researchers to pinpoint the exact genetic changes that cause people to lose their hearing.

Hy-Vee gives $500,000 to new UI Children's Hospital building campaign

UI kicks off thank-you campaign featuring patients and employees

The University of Iowa Foundation announced today, Friday, Nov. 21, that Hy-Vee has committed $500,000 toward the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital building campaign. The new UI Children’s Hospital is being designed as a healing environment that will improve the health and well-being of children and their families.

Rylan Mohr

Hudson boy, 8, will be Kid Captain when Hawkeyes host Wisconsin Nov. 22

Skin condition causes blisters at the slightest irritation

"UI Children’s Hospital has really changed our lives. They brought Rylan along from a disease which he was not expected to live more than a year to being a very healthy 8-year-old boy," says Mark Mohr, Rylan's father.

State Rep. Dean Fisher sits inside a vehicle at the National Advanced Driving Simulator while others stand around and watch.

State legislators take UI research for a test drive

Tour includes hands-on activities

The University of Iowa Office of Research and Economic Development hosted five state legislators on an interactive tour of campus research and economic development activities Thursday, Nov. 13.

Policy experts to discuss health care innovation at UI-sponsored forum

Rebalancing Health Care in the Heartland 7 will be Nov. 20 in Des Moines

Rebalancing Health Care in the Heartland, the seventh in an ongoing series of forums designed to support Iowa policymakers in their efforts to improve health care for Iowans, will take place Thursday, Nov. 20, at the Embassy Suites in Des Moines.

three men playing guitar

International Education Week: Engage in the global community

Winning photos featured along with events Nov. 17-21 on UI campus

The University of Iowa will celebrate International Education Week Nov. 17-21 with several events and activities, including a public ceremony to honor 2014 International Impact Award recipients Roger Thurow and Selma Jeronimo.

Charlotte Wagaman

Keokuk toddler to be honorary Kid Captain when Hawkeyes take on Illinois

Charlotte had a heart mass that was detected before birth

At just one month old, Charlotte Wagaman of Keokuk, Iowa, began seeing University of Iowa Children’s Hospital cardiologists to determine the best treatment plan. The mass wasn't cancerous but needed to be removed to eliminate risk of heart attack, stroke, or sudden death.