A study conducted by Benjamin Nwosu, MD, at UMass Medical School has confirmed the accuracy of a new, simple method to determine whether children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes are experiencing a beneficial partial clinical remission.
Chancellor Michael F. Collins and Mark S. Klempner, MD, executive vice chancellor for MassBiologics at UMass Medical School, provided a tour of the MassBiologics facility on Monday, Sept. 18 to local lawmakers and discussed a promising gene therapy treatment underway, according to an article in the Standard Times.
At the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Recognition Ceremony on Sept. 14, Dean Anthony Carruthers, PhD, reflected upon his aspirations for the 52 graduate students who are entering the “proving ground for doctoral study.”
At the 2017 Investiture Ceremony following Convocation on Wednesday, Sept., 13, nine distinguished faculty members were officially invested into named professorships, bringing the total number of endowed chairs at UMass Medical School to 48.
Marian Walhout, PhD, has received a 5-year, $4.1 million Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award from the National Institutes of Health to continue her study of metabolism and gene expression and how they interact.
A new UMass Medical School study of international volunteering among American plastic surgeons co-authored by Joyce McIntyre, MD, is the first to delve into the effectiveness and quality of American surgery missions around the globe.
New research by Hemant Khanna, PhD, and colleagues in the Horae Gene Therapy Center at UMass Medical School explores gene therapy to treat the most common form of Leber congenital amaurosis, a severe inherited disorder that causes childhood blindness.
People who are overweight or obese and undergo total joint replacement experience the same pain relief as those patients who do so at a lower body weight, according to a study by UMass Medical School that is being reported in media outlets across the country.
Striking microscopic imagery from the RNA Therapeutics Institute at UMass Medical School is being featured by scientific publisher Cell Press. The images in the gallery were shared by scientists from UMMS.
President Donald Trump’s proposal to cut 22 percent from the FY18 National Institutes of Health budget would cost UMass Medical School from $45 million to $74 million a year, Chancellor Michael F. Collins said at an Aug. 16 panel discussion on NIH funding at UMMS.