2018 COMMUNITY- Archives -
The Professional Women’s Committee has received the Dress for Success Worcester Beyond the Suit Award in recognition of its commitment to empowering women in the greater Worcester community to achieve economic success.
Matilde Castiel, MD, and Naheed Usmani, MD, shared their personal journeys of coming to the United States at the debut of the UMass Immigrant Stories series on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
With just a few more days to go in the 2018 Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employees Charitable Campaign, members of the UMass Medical School community who have not yet donated are encouraged to do so. Everyone who pledges by the close of the campaign on Wednesday, Nov. 21, will be entered in raffle drawings.
Aaron Remenschneider, MD, MPH, runs an active research program at UMass Medical School focused on improving outcomes for patients who receive cochlear implants and other treatments. He explains his work in a new Voices of UMassMed podcast.
UMass Medical School is launching the UMass Immigrant Stories series on Nov. 14, with speakers Matilde Castiel, MD, and Naheed Usmani, MD. The series will feature the stories of faculty who have faced barriers and challenges coming to the United States as immigrants.
The annual Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employee Charitable Campaign kicks off at UMass Medical School on Monday, Nov. 5. The statewide campaign allows UMMS employees to contribute to any of more than 1,000 screened nonprofit organizations that support a wide range of needs.
Robert Finberg, MD, researches how to better prevent and treat influenza. He answers some of the most frequently asked questions in this Expert’s Corner Q&A.
In a new Voices of UMassMed podcast interview, Kola Akindele, JD, and Maura Mahoney, LISCW, discuss the impact UMass Medical School continues to have on the lives of students in the Worcester Public Schools.
UMass Medical School alumnus Raghu Kiran Appasani, MD, SOM ’18, addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York City recently to help launch the United for Global Mental Health campaign.
The UMass Medical School student chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science was recognized as an Outstanding Chapter for Development during the organization’s annual conference recently held in San Antonio, Texas.