Graduate School of Nursing alumni Mary Sullivan, Vinetta McCann and Diane Carter were recognized for leadership and exemplary practice by the UMass Memorial Nurse Practitioner Council.
Psychologist Amy Wachholtz talked to the Worcester Telegram & Gazette about seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, which affects many during the winter holidays.
Seven medical and nursing students took the national stage at the American Public Health Association’s annual meeting with community health projects that address important public health issues.
Michael Chin, MD, Ann Moormann, PhD, and Michael Kneeland, MD, MPH, have been appointed to leadership roles in international medical education upon the retirement of Multicultural and Underserved Pathway program founder Mick Godkin, PhD.
UMass Medical School has some of the strongest policies governing clinical conflicts of interest among academic medical centers, according to an assessment by the Institute on Medicine as a Profession.
Tobacco treatment specialist Gregory Seward has found enforcing the tobacco-free policy established five years ago at UMMS and UMass Memorial to be easier than expected, according to a Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise story on campus smoking bans.
University of Massachusetts President Robert L. Caret, PhD, outlines the benefits of the recent $49 million increase in state funding to the institution in an editorial, “A booster shot for education,” published in the Nov. 7 Telegram & Gazette.
Roger J. Davis, PhD, has been named the recipient of Indiana University’s 2013 Steven C. Beering Award for outstanding advancements in biomedical and clinical science.