Marianne Felice, MD, delivered the keynote speech at the Women’s History Month celebration that honored trailblazing women at UMass Medical School.
Health care reform may now lay with states, which can use federal waivers to change the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid with less fanfare than efforts that originate in Washington, D.C., according to UMass Medical School health care law and policy expert Rachel Gershon, JD, MPH, in an opinion piece for STAT.
On March 29, UMass Medical School will officially launch its new student-led chapter of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science. SACNAS is an inclusive organization and all members of the UMMS community are invited to become involved.
Barry Feldman, PhD, and James Broadhurst, MD, talked in-depth for a Telegram & Gazette report on suicide prevention efforts in Central Massachusetts.
Sara G. Shields, MD, has been honored by her peers of the Worcester District Medical Society as the district’s 2017 Community Clinician of the Year, an award recognizing her professionalism and contributions as a physician.
Pediatric trauma surgeon and public health advocate Michael Hirsh, MD, will be honored for advancing men’s health by the Massachusetts Medical Society at its Men’s Health Summit in June.
Craig Adams, a son-in-law of former Massachusetts Gov. Paul Cellucci, is one of five Boston Marathon runners supporting the UMass ALS Cellucci Fund.
UMass Medical School is working closely with researchers at Providence Veterans Affairs Medical Center on a national study to examine the needs of veterans and active duty service members who have major upper-limb amputations. Melissa Clark, PhD, senior director of research and evaluation for the Center for Health Policy and Research, called the study a great example of the school’s commitment to improving the lives of veterans.
UMass Medical School is working with Massachusetts Secretary of Elder Affairs Alice Bonner, PhD, to help improve elder services and health care in the commonwealth.
Chancellor Michael F. Collins told the Worcester Business Journal Economic Forecast Forum on Thursday, Feb. 16, of his concern that the National Institutes of Health funding—critical to UMass Medical School as well as the local economy and the future of science and medicine nationwide—could suffer under the Trump administration.