Massachusetts nursing executive Joan Vitello, PhD, has been named the new dean of the Graduate School of Nursing at UMass Medical School.
Dorothy Schafer, PhD, is in search of a deeper understanding of microglial cells, which make up nearly 10 percent of brain cells, but have been largely ignored by neurobiologists until recently.
Job Dekker, PhD, will head the newly funded Center for 3D Structure and Physics of the Genome. Using technology pioneered at UMMS, the center seeks to understand how 3D genome structure influences gene expression, cellular function, development and disease.
UMass Medical School radiologist Gopal R Vijayaraghavan, MD, MPH, supports the American College of Radiology’s guidelines to start mammograms at age 40 and continue them annually, despite new American Cancer Society recommendations.
At a 20th anniversary celebration at the 2015 Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Annual Research Retreat, scientists reflected on the incredible growth of the institution and the collaborative nature of the research community that makes UMass Medical School unique.
UMass Medical School and its partners at Boston Children’s Hospital and other academic medical centers have been awarded $20 million from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to expand their efforts toward preventing another outbreak of Ebola or other highly contagious viruses in Liberia.
Researchers at UMass Medical School will soon begin a pilot study to explore how a digital pill would allow doctors to monitor patients who do not take their medicine as prescribed in real-time—a major health care problem in the United States.
The medical school community welcomed President Meehan on Thursday, Oct. 1, as he visited the Worcester campus for a series of discussions with students, faculty and administrators.
Members of the UMMS community gathered for a tribute to the late chancellor emeritus Aaron Lazare, MD. Creation of The Aaron Lazare Award for Psychiatry and the Aaron Lazare, MD, Memorial Education fund were announced at the event.
Proudly cloaked in new, crisp white coats, 125 members of the School of Medicine Class of 2019 celebrated their official debut into the medical profession at the White Coat Ceremony on Friday, Sept. 11, as family, friends and faculty cheered them on.