Women in Science: Jill Terrien elevates nursing education and practice

Women in Science: Jill Terrien elevates nursing education and practice

The Graduate School of Nursing’s Jill Terrien, PhD, advances interprofessional learning and health care as an education leader at UMass Medical School. Learn more in this Women in Science video.

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Research

Research

Rett Syndrome Research Trust provides $2.7 million in new funding for research

Rett Syndrome Research Trust provides $2.7 million in new funding for research

Jonathan Watts, PhD, and colleagues are advancing research to repair the disease-causing gene mutations in Rett syndrome thanks to $2.7 million in new funding from the Rett Syndrome Research Trust.

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An automated Bayesian pipeline for rapid analysis of single-molecule binding data
Exposing the Elusive Exocyst Structure
Loading of Extracellular Vesicles with Hydrophobically Modified siRNAs
ORBIT: a New Paradigm for Genetic Engineering of Mycobacterial Chromosomes
Education

Education

Medical student John-Marc Austin awarded grant to improve LGBTQ+ health care curriculum

Medical student John-Marc Austin awarded grant to improve LGBTQ+ health care curriculum

School of Medicine student John-Marc Austin has been awarded a LGBTQ+ health disparities grant from the Massachusetts Medical Society to develop curriculum materials supporting comprehensive, accurate, nonbiased information about LGBTQ+ health and health care.

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Community

Community

UMass Medical School hosts 13th annual Central Massachusetts Brain Bee

UMass Medical School hosts 13th annual Central Massachusetts Brain Bee

Arlington Catholic High School junior Petra Dujmic won the 13th annual Central Massachusetts Brain Bee, hosted by the Department of Psychiatry at UMass Medical School on Feb. 9.

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Students

Students

UMass Medical School hosts high school Brain Bee on Saturday

UMass Medical School hosts high school Brain Bee on Saturday

The 13th annual Central Massachusetts Regional Brain Bee will take place on Saturday, Feb. 9, at UMass Medical School. Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences students Devyn Oliver and Monika Chitre have been tutoring Worcester Technical High School students in preparation for the competition.

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