New gene variants present in 3 percent of all ALS patients

New gene variants present in 3 percent of all ALS patients

John Landers, PhD, led a team of more than 80 scientists who found that variations in a gene with multiple functions in neurons are present in approximately 3 percent of all cases of ALS in North American and European populations, both sporadic and familial.

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Welcome to the University of Massachusetts Medical School Office of Admissions

Manno

Welcome to Admissions at the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine. As the Associate Dean of Admissions of this wonderful school, I thank you for visiting our website. I hope you will spend some time exploring our admissions process, academic and degree programs and student resources. I hope you find it informative regardless of your current level of engagement in the medical school admissions process. I am certain that you will get a sense of the strong and caring community that characterizes our School. I would like to call your attention to two recent and exciting changes. Beginning in 2015, the School of Medicine accepts applicants who are not Massachusetts residents. Also, this year the Population-based Urban and Rural Health (PURCH) Pathway - a partnership between the School of Medicine and Baystate Health - is accepting its first cohort of students. Please contact the Admissions Office if we can be of assistance to you.

Mariann M. Manno, MD EdM FAAP 

Associate Dean for Admissions

 

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