NIH awards Schiffer $7.9 million to attack drug resistance

NIH awards Schiffer $7.9 million to attack drug resistance

With a new $7.9 million program project grant from the National Institutes of Health, drug resistance expert Celia Schiffer, PhD, hopes to shift the drug development paradigm by putting resistance first in drug design strategies.

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  • Honoring the achievements of students and faculty, with a look to the future

    UMass Worcester celebrated the start of the academic year with a week of Convocation 2014 events, recognizing faculty and students. This video highlights ceremonies honoring the achievements of the School of Medicine, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Graduate School of Nursing...


  • In a WBUR commentary, Chancellor urges new students to practice compassionate health care

    Dr. Michael F. Collins encourages aspiring doctors and nurses to appreciate the privilege of caring for others. Click to read his thoughts in this WBUR Cognoscenti column.

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  • Chancellor welcomes new students to 'very special community'

    In a welcome address to the School of Medicine Class of 2018, Chancellor Michael F. Collins highlighted the overall academic strength of the class, and the great lengths students have taken t serve their communities.


  • UMMS Chancellor, ALS researcher take 'Ice Bucket Challenge'

    Chancellor Collins and neurology chair Robert H. Brown took the "Ice Bucket Challenge" on Wednesday, Aug. 6, with first-year medical students and members of Dr. Brown's lab dousing them to raise awareness of ALS


Welcome Video from Chancellor Collins

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"Throughout the world and close to home we are UMass; dignified and determined; principled and purposeful; respected and relied upon!"

Joint Strategic Plan

We are pleased to present to you the final draft of "UMass 2020," the UMMS/UMMHC Academic Health Sciences Center Joint Strategic Plan (2014-2020). We believe that the four strategic goals and four strategy enabling goals that serve as the foundation of this plan provide our combined academic health sciences center with a clear strategic direction for the years ahead.

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