Katie Vloet

Katie Vloet is the editor of Medicine at Michigan magazine. She began her career as a reporter at the St. Petersburg Times (now Tampa Bay Times) and has worked at the University of Michigan as a writer and editor for the past 15 years.
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Health Lab
Treating veterans, wherever they live
In his role as director of the National Oncology Program, Michael Kelley is working to expand care to veterans in remote areas through teleoncology.
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Treating Veterans, Wherever They Live
An oncologist is helping veterans get access to telehealth
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How a Village Did the Right Thing for Women and Children
Celebrating 10 Years of the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital Building
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The Surgeon’s Playlist
What are they listening to in the OR?
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Making MRIs Less Scary for Kids
Hartland Schools help create fantasy worlds at Mott.
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Health Lab
One Nurse’s Journey Back to Health After COVID-19
In May, the Michigan Health blog told the story of Michelle Davis’s COVID hospitalization. A year later, her return to work, and life, fills her with gratitude.
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COVID-19 Is Hurting Our Mental Health. But What Can We Do About It?
Patient stories, expert perspective, and how we can thrive in the new normal
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One Nurse’s Journey
Surviving COVID-19, Facing a Long Recovery
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The Fight Against COVID-19
What it was like on the front lines at Michigan Medicine
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One Nurse’s Journey: Surviving COVID-19, Facing a Long Road to Recovery
A pediatric intensive care nurse survived COVID-19 in part due to the excellent treatment she received from her peers. This National Nurses Week, she shares her appreciation
News Release
Two Michigan Medicine efforts named among top 100 proposals for MacArthur $100M grant
Two Michigan Medicine-led programs have been named among the 100 highest-scoring proposals in the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s 100&Change competition(link is external). One of the 100 proposals will win a $100 million grant to help solve one of the world’s most critical social challenges.
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Culinary Medicine
A new Michigan Medicine program upends dubious dietary claims
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Departures and Arrivals
Air Force pilot to M1
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Hearts With Hope
A cardiologist and surgeon helps children in Peru
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Bringing Together Faith and Science to Fight HIV
A science-based education approach enlists religious leaders
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