The Tippie College of Business and the Carver College of Medicine have teamed up to create a certificate program that provides the basics of business education to medical students, who often receive little or no business training prior to graduation.
Studies have proven that music can lift a patient's mood, help manage stress and agitation and facilitate cognitive function and help with motor movements. Now, researchers at the University of Iowa are measuring the impact music has on the health outcomes of Alzheimer's patients in Iowa City.
Medical 21, a Minnesota company founded by University of Iowa benefactor Manny Villafana, has licensed technology to create artificial veins developed at the UI College of Engineering.
Music therapist Alaine Reschke-Hernandez and neurologist Dan Tranel have teamed up to measure the impact music has on the health outcomes of Alzheimer’s patients in Iowa City. River to River host Ben Kieffer talks with Reschke-Hernandez and Tranel about the connections between music and the brain.