The media relations staff is here to help promote public recognition of the achievements of faculty, staff and students. We will work with you to identify newsworthy events and publications, determine the best way to release the story and draw on an extensive list of media contacts to distribute the information. We also serve media writers and editors by introducing them to expert resources and interesting story ideas. Our services include:
If you think you might have a publication, event or story that could be newsworthy, we’d like to know about it. Please contact at us 508-856-2000 or UMMSCommunications@umassmed.edu. Guidelines for determining what is newsworthy can be found on our What is News page.
Job Dekker, PhD, and scientists at Institut Curie in Paris and Stanford University have taken a detailed look inside the small, densely packed structure of the inactive X chromosome found in female mammals called the Barr body.Read more