Massachusetts Department of Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel, MD, MPH, praised UMass Medical School for leading the charge to better train medical and advanced practice nursing students in prevention and management of opioid abuse.
The Graduate School of Nursing at UMass Medical School is named first overall in New England, 18th in the United States andeighth among public nursing schools in a new analysis by Nursing Schools Almanac.
Eighteen local teenagers who are determined to do what it takes to succeed in careers in health care are members of UMass Medical School’s High School Health Careers Program Class of 2016.
GSBS student Hatem Elif Kamber Kaya was honored to have two speaking engagements at The Allied Genetics Conference, the annual national meeting of the Genetics Society of America.
For 20 years the Meyers Primary Care Institute—a unique partnership between UMass Medical School, Fallon Health and Reliant Medical Group—has quietly improved population health through research and education.
Third-year School of Medicine student Melanie Donahue is spending a year at the Broad Institute studying proteins with genetic mutations implicated in the development of blood cancers, thanks to a 2016 Physician-Scientist Career Development Award from the American Society of Hematology.
Graduate School of Nursing Dean Joan Vitello, PhD, has been appointed by Gov. Charlie Baker as a member of his special commission to study the incorporation of safe and effective pain treatment and prescribing practices into professional training for future health care providers.
The National Institutes of Health has named School of Medicine student Jacqueline Pires a 2016 Medical Research Scholar. Pires will spend a year in residence conducting mentored independent biomedical research at the NIH’s national headquarters in Bethesda, Md.
UMass Medical School is leading the charge to better train medical and advanced practice nursing students in the prevention and management of opioid abuse, according to an Associated Press story published June 28.
This year’s Summer Enrichment Program for college undergraduates welcomed 20 high-performing students who learned what it takes to gain entry to medical school.