In the News 2017
|UMass Medical School 'lights it up blue' for autism awareness
Parents, children, friends, community members, and professionals gathered to celebrate autism awareness and acceptance at UMass Medical School and UMass Memorial Health Care's Light It Up Blue observation of International Autism Awareness Day on April 7. See the video by Worcester News Tonight.
|Educational Recognition Awards
Congratulations to Mai-Lan Rogoff, MD, for receiving one of this year's Educational Achievement (Star) Awards for her wonderful contributions as an innovator in flipping the classroom for the Brain NSB course.
The Star Award is presented to individuals with outstanding achievements in medical student education.
|Feldman and Broadhurst address suicide prevention in Telegram & Gazette
Suicidologist Barry Feldman, PhD, and family medicine faculty member James Broadhurst, MD, are encouraged by the growing number of people who are speaking out to help suicide survivors and prevent future tragedies. Both UMass Medical School experts were interviewed for an in-depth Telegram & Gazette report on suicide prevention efforts in Central Massachusetts. Read the UMassMed Now article.
|Psychiatry resident Amber Thompson receives American College of Psychiatrists PRITE fellowship
Amber Thompson, MD, a second-year general psychiatry resident, has been selected by the American College of Psychiatrists as one of four fellows to serve on its Psychiatry Resident In-Training Examination (PRITE) Editorial Board. Dr. Thompson is the first UMass Medical School resident to be selected for the ACP fellowship. Read the story in the February 1 UMassMed Now.