2014 COMMUNITY

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‘I wear my head shaved pretty proudly,’ UMass Medicine Cancer Walk participant tells NECN

Charity Grzelecki, call center manager at UMass Medical School affiliate UHeathSolutions, shaved her head after surpassing her UMass Medicine Cancer Walk fundraising goal of $1,000, according to a report on Charter TV3 Worcester News Tonight and New England Cable News.

Calling UMass Medical School musicians to share their talents

UMass Medical School students, faculty and staff are invited to share their musical talents by volunteering to perform at UMass Memorial Medical Center.

Living in the Land of Limbo: Fiction and Poetry about Caregiving

The Lamar Soutter Library is hosting Carol Levine for a talk and book signing called Living in the Land of Limbo: Fiction and Poetry about Caregiving on Wednesday, Sept. 10, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the Rare Book Room. 

Helping to build brighter futures for Worcester youth

Twenty-six Worcester high school juniors and seniors will be heading back to school this fall with a little money in their pockets and some valuable experience under their belts. Thanks to the Building Brighter Futures with Youth program, they had part-time summer jobs at UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial Health Care.

Conversation about unconscious bias launches UMMS Diversity Campus Read

In a thought-provoking conversation centered on the uncomfortable fact that everyone, regardless of their best intentions, harbors biases that they are largely unaware of, UMass Medical School launched the annual Diversity Campus Read. 

Having access to treatment is life-changing, UMMS autism experts tell WCVB-TV’s Chronicle

Maura Buckley, MPA, a product manager for UHealthSolutions, and Amy Weinstock, director of the Autism Insurance Resource Center at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, talked about their experiences related to accessing health care and behavioral services for children with autism spectrum disorder, in a segment that aired on WCVB-TV’s Chronicle.

Expanded newborn screening offers early diagnosis, treatment of infants with SCID

Data from 11 newborn screening programs, including the New England Newborn Screening Program, showed that newborn screening for severe combined immunodeficiency can be successfully implemented across public health newborn screening programs, according to a new study published in the Aug. 20 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

Diversity Campus Read launches with conversation about hidden bias

The Diversity Campus Read of Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People, will be launched on Monday, Aug. 25, with a conversation about hidden bias led by Jeroan Allison, MD, MS, and Suzanne Cashman, ScD.

UMass Medical School partners to send Ebola relief to Liberia

With deep ties to Liberia and its health care system, members of the UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial Health Care community have mobilized a broad coalition of partners to collect and ship life-saving protective medical equipment to health care partners in Liberia.

Minority health leader to present health equity intervention research grand rounds, all invited

The Health Equity Scholars seminar being held at UMass Medical School Aug. 12 will be led by national minority health leader Roderick King, MD, MPH, culminating with a grand rounds open to all members of the UMMS community.

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