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Extolling the unique resources available to scientists at UMass Medical School, Michael R. Green, MD, PhD, capped the first day of the 16th Annual Basic Research Retreat on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center helps ease the journey from idea to commercial product for inventors, manufacturers and marketers of innovations in medical technology.
See a comprehensive video shown to an external advisory group this week that summarizes the impact the Clinical and Translational Sciences Award has had on campus.
Study uses brain imaging to understand postpartum depression Findings may help identify women who are at high risk By Jim Fessenden and Bryan Goodchild UMass Medical School Communications June 22, 2011 Physician scientists at UMass Medical School are using a
John L. Sullivan, MD, talked to the Worcester Telegram and Gazette about how Pfizer Inc.’s new Center for Therapeutic Innovation collaboration will spark new avenues for drug development.
Attendees of the second annual Clinical & Translational Science Research Retreat learned about the latest strides being made in clinical and translation research by their colleagues at UMass.
Melissa J. Moore, PhD, won a Grand Challenges Explorations grant, an initiative funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, for her research on the use of siRNA to prevent preeclampsia.