"The Art of Amanda Donahue and Mary Gemme" is the latest Artist in Residence exhibit at UMass Medical School’s Lamar Soutter Library. Paintings by Gemme and drawings by Donahue will be on display from Thursday, Nov. 6, through Monday, Dec. 29.
UMass Medical School’s Work Without Limits presents three awards for efforts to advance employment of individuals with disabilities at the second annual “Raise the Bar Hire!” conference.
In an op-ed for Boston WBUR-FM’s Cognoscenti, Chancellor Michael F. Collins underscores the importance of relief efforts in Ebola-stricken Liberia, including those underway at UMass Medical School.
An editorial in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette lauds Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen for supporting efforts to stop the Ebola epidemic, and UMass Medical School for launching a relief initiative in Liberia, funded by the Allen Foundation.
Commonwealth Medicine, the health care consulting and operations division of UMass Medical School, is number two on the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts, announced The Boston Globe Magazine and its partner The Commonwealth Institute. Executive Vice Chancellor Joyce A. Murphy, MPA, is the chief executive at Commonwealth Medicine.
Joyce A. Murphy, MPA, executive vice chancellor of Commonwealth Medicine, received the Outstanding Leadership award from the Massachusetts Health Council. Murphy was honored for her work increasing access to health care for high-risk populations.
In the featured event of the Diversity Campus Read initiative, Mahzarin Banaji, PhD, co-author of The Blind Spot: Hidden Biases of Good People, will describe her work exploring the hidden biases we all carry from a lifetime of exposure to cultural attitudes about human differences. The event takes place on Oct. 28.
Scot Bateman, MD, talks about how to prevent and treat enterovirus D68, and offers guidance and reassurance for worried parents.
A new study from the UMass Medical School and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health finds that not having close access to healthy foods can discourage even the most motivated dieters. The study by Wenjun Li, PhD, et. al. was published online Oct. 7 by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.