2019 COMMUNITY- Archives -
Orthopedic surgery resident Michael DiBenedetto, MD, and medical student Hillary Mullan, SOM ’20, are winners of the Massachusetts Medical Society’s 18th annual Information Technology in Medicine Awards.
The Immigration Art Exhibit will be unveiled on March 1 at UMass Medical School. The exhibit is part of the UMass Immigrant Series, which is designed to highlight immigrant experiences and the value of a diverse workforce.
Public sector psychiatry pioneer Jeffrey Geller, MD, MPH, will serve in the national leadership role for psychiatrists and trainees from 2019 to 2021.
Joel Gore, MD, will accept the 2019 Heart of Gold Award for cardiovascular professionals at the Central Massachusetts Heart and Stroke Ball on March 2.
Arlington Catholic High School junior Petra Dujmic won the 13th annual Central Massachusetts Brain Bee, hosted by the Department of Psychiatry at UMass Medical School on Feb. 9.
Rick Sacra, MD, who survived Ebola, was honored for his ongoing commitment and service in Liberia.
At the 31st annual tribute to Martin Luther King Jr., three MLK Semester of Service awards for student-led community service projects were recognized and the Chancellor’s Award for Advancing Institutional Excellence in Civility and Diversity was presented.
The 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Semester of Service Award student projects will be recognized at UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial Health Care’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. tribute on Jan. 28.
UMass Medical School Chancellor Michael F. Collins joined Grifols executives and a delegation from the Liberian Ministry of Health and the Liberian Embassy to celebrate the company’s launch of production of a plasma-derived Ebola biotherapeutic.