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Jeffrey Gordon delivers Pincus Memorial Lecture linking microbiota to childhood malnutrition

Jeffrey Gordon delivers Pincus Memorial Lecture linking microbiota to childhood malnutrition

Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD, was awarded the Gregory Pincus Medal and delivered the Pincus Memorial Lecture at UMass Medical School on Oct. 29 with National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins, PhD, in attendance.

New study reveals an innate genome immune response to retroviruses in koalas

New study reveals an innate genome immune response to retroviruses in koalas

Studies on wild Koalas reveal an innate form of genome immunity which may suppress retroviruses that infect the germline cells that form sperm and eggs, according to research by William E. Theurkauf, PhD, and Zhiping Weng, PhD, at UMass Medical School and colleagues at the University of Queensland in Australia.

Suzanne Cashman named a finalist for The Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award

Suzanne Cashman named a finalist for The Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award

Suzanne Cashman, ScD, has been named a finalist for the prestigious Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award by Campus Compact and Brown University’s Swearer Center for Public Service, recognizing her as one of the top five community-engaged faculty in the country.

Paul Greer selected for NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

Paul Greer selected for NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

Paul L. Greer, PhD, has received a 2019 NIH Director’s New Innovator Award, an honor reserved for exceptionally creative early career investigators who propose innovative, high-impact projects within the NIH mission.

WBJ, Telegram, media report on impact of new clinic to be built for veterans at UMass Medical School

WBJ, Telegram, media report on impact of new clinic to be built for veterans at UMass Medical School

A new, community-based outpatient clinic for veterans to be built on the campus of UMass Medical School will mean improved access to health care for local veterans, according to media reports.

New VA outpatient clinic to be built on UMass Medical School campus in Worcester

New VA outpatient clinic to be built on UMass Medical School campus in Worcester

VA Central Western Massachusetts Healthcare System and UMass Medical School will build a new, community-based outpatient clinic (CBOC) for veterans, projected to open in 2021, on the campus of UMass Medical School in Worcester.

Kevin Enabulele follows older brother’s path to UMass Medical School

Kevin Enabulele follows older brother’s path to UMass Medical School

When Kevin Enabulele arrived at UMass Medical School this year with classmates in the School of Medicine Class of 2023, he knew he had one advantage as he began his studies: older brother Skelly Enabulele, now in his third year at UMMS.

Autism Speaks awards predoctoral fellowship to Philip Feinberg

Autism Speaks awards predoctoral fellowship to Philip Feinberg

Philip A. Feinberg, an MD/PhD candidate studying in the lab of Dorothy P. Schafer, PhD, has been named a predoctoral fellow by Autism Speaks.

Hyundai Hope on Wheels award supports Jason Shohet’s research in childhood cancer

Hyundai Hope on Wheels award supports Jason Shohet’s research in childhood cancer

UMass Medical School clinician-scientist Jason Shohet, MD, PhD, accepted a $300,000 grant on Monday, Sept. 23, from the Hyundai Motor America Hope on Wheels campaign to continue his work toward developing more effective and less toxic therapies for childhood cancers with a special focus on neuroblastoma.

Community delivers as UMass Cancer Walk hits $750,000 goal

Community delivers as UMass Cancer Walk hits $750,000 goal

Thousands of people flocked to the UMass Cancer Walk and Run on Sunday, Sept. 22, helping organizers meet their $750,000 fundraising goal.

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