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Medical student Jackie Oh publishes research on how South Korea protects health care workers from COVID-19

Medical student Jackie Oh publishes research on how South Korea protects health care workers from COVID-19

Medical student SeungJu Jackie Oh is first author of the Global Evidence Brief: Protecting Health Care Workers in South Korea During the COVID-19 Pandemic published by Ariadne Labs.

UMMS researchers forging new understanding of BRCA cancer gene function with NCI grant

UMMS researchers forging new understanding of BRCA cancer gene function with NCI grant

A UMass Medical School research team has been awarded a National Cancer Institute grant to advance understanding of how hereditary breast and ovarian cancer genes work, and why tumors lacking these genes are sensitive to chemotherapy.

Arthur Pappas honored as an AOA ‘Pillar of the Orthopaedic Profession’

Arthur Pappas honored as an AOA ‘Pillar of the Orthopaedic Profession’

The late Arthur M. Pappas, MD, has been recognized as an American Orthopaedic Association Pillar of the Orthopaedic Profession for his role as a pioneering visionary and tireless founding architect of the UMass Medical School Department of Orthopedics & Physical Rehabilitation.

Maria Garcia appointed assistant vice provost for diversity and student success

Maria Garcia appointed assistant vice provost for diversity and student success

In the new role, Maria Garcia, MD, MPH, will continue to develop educational programs that respect the diverse educational goals of learners from different educational, personal and cultural backgrounds in order to enhance career development for students in all three schools.

Job Dekker elected to European Molecular Biology Organization

Job Dekker elected to European Molecular Biology Organization

The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) has elected Job Dekker, PhD, to lifetime membership in the organization.

Mass. chapter of American College of Emergency Physicians recognizes three members of UMMS community

Mass. chapter of American College of Emergency Physicians recognizes three members of UMMS community

Three UMass Medical School learners received awards from the Massachusetts chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians, earning all of the learner awards presented by the organization. Charlotte Goldfine, MD; Allison Beaulieu, MD; and Schyla Wante, MD’20; were honored.

UMass Cancer Walk and Run to be a virtual event in 2020

UMass Cancer Walk and Run to be a virtual event in 2020

Organizers have announced that the 22nd annual UMass Cancer Walk and Run scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 13, will take place online, with supporters able to participate remotely at locations and for distances of their choosing.

Updated Travel Policy Related to COVID-19 in the US and Abroad (July 2)

Updated Travel Policy Related to COVID-19 in the US and Abroad (July 2)

Due to changing conditions, we are adapting our UMMS travel policies to maintain the safety of our community from COVID-19.

UMass Medical School researchers visualize new states of ribosome translation with cryo-EM

UMass Medical School researchers visualize new states of ribosome translation with cryo-EM

The states through which ribosomes, the molecular machines responsible for reading genetic information, synthesize life-sustaining proteins have been revealed in unprecedented time-resolved detail by UMass Medical School structural biologists Andrei Korostelev, PhD, and Anna Loveland, PhD.

‘Guts and bugs:’ GSBS student talks GI immunity and inflammation in virtual seminar series

‘Guts and bugs:’ GSBS student talks GI immunity and inflammation in virtual seminar series

Sage Foley, PhD candidate in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, presented her research at a weekly virtual event put on by Rutgers University, called “Guts & Bugs: A Virtual GI Seminar Series.”

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