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Nearly 950 runners and walkers participated in the 2nd Annual Governor Cellucci Tribute Road Race in Hudson on Saturday, July 25, in honor of the late Gov. Paul Cellucci's commitment to fund ALS research at UMass Medical School, and his lifelong dedication to public service. The race through Hudson's historic downtown benefited the UMass ALS Cellucci Fund, launched by the former governor to fund research into a cure after he was diagnosed with the disease. Read more.
A creative new approach to support promising scientists early in their careers is taking shape at UMass Medical School, where gifts from The George F. and Sybil H. Fuller Foundation and The Glass Charitable Foundation are being used to establish five-year term chairs for three junior faculty in diabetes research, announced Chancellor Michael F. Collins. The researchers will each receive $300,000 over five years to support their scientific work. Read more.
Golenbock, Lee appointed to endowed chairs - June 2015
A year after the popular “Ice Bucket Challenge” campaign had households across the country talking about ALS, scientists at UMass Medical School working toward a cure have made meaningful progress. World-renowned neurologist Robert H. Brown Jr. talks about the promising advances taking place in his lab.Read more