Members of the UMMS community are invited to join a panel discussion about the importance of National Institutes of Health research funding on Wednesday, Sept. 24, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in the ASC Cube.
At the forefront of materials research for the biomedical field, Jie Song, PhD, is using 3D printers to build scaffolding for bone repair, according to an article in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.
UMass Medical School health policy expert Katharine London, MS, will join a roster of health care leaders at the latest Brookings Institution MEDTalk on Wednesday, Sept. 24, to discuss how alternative payment models can support innovative ways of providing care for children with asthma.
The Centers for Disease Control is warning of a spike in cases of a rare respiratory illness identified as enterovirus D68 that is sickening children in about a dozen states, though none have yet been reported in New England. Pediatrician Christina Hermos explains the symptoms and treatment in this Expert’s Corner video.
The new UMMS study led by Jennifer Tjia, MD, MSCE, that found nursing home residents with advanced dementia often receive medications of questionable benefit prompted a strong reaction from a New York Times columnist.
Nursing home residents with advanced dementia often receive medications of questionable benefit with costly consequences, according to a new study by researchers at UMass Medical School, published online in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine on Sept. 8.
UMass Medical School health policy expert Katharine London, part of the team developing the Vermont single-payer financing model, talked to the Boston Globe about the complexities of bringing that reform to Massachusetts.
Charles P. Emerson Jr., PhD, director of the UMMS Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Cooperative Research Center, talks to WCVB about facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD), one of the nine primary types of muscular dystrophy.
A new AAMC resource that highlights health equity research, called the “Health Equity Research Virtual Site Visit,” features UMass Medical School in its inaugural post.
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).