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Ira Ockene, MD, was interviewed on 90.9 WBUR’s RadioBoston Tuesday, Dec. 20, on the recently published findings of UMass Medical School’s Lawrence Latino Diabetes Prevention Project.
A paper authored by researchers in the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences was nominated by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as being one of the 20 most influential research articles of 2011.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Paul Cellucci was featured in Sunday’s Telegram & Gazette, talking about his campaign to raise $10 million for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research at UMass Medical School.
An inexpensive, culturally sensitive diabetes prevention program created by researchers at UMass reduced pre-diabetes indicators in a Latino population at risk for developing diabetes.
UMass Medical School diabetes and wound care specialists are assisting a WPI research team to develop a smart phone application for people with advanced diabetes and foot ulcers.