GSBS alum Loree Griffin Burns, PhD, talks about her new book Life on Surtsey: Iceland’s Upstart Island.
Michael P. Hirsh, MD, professor of surgery and pediatrics, talks about the Goods for Guns program and its origins.
The UMass Medical School Diabetes Center of Excellence has partnered with WPI computer science professor Emmanuel Agu to develop a smartphone app called Sugar that can analyze diabetic wound images to determine if the wound is healing.
A study by Thomas J. Scornavacca Jr., DO, instructor in family medicine & community health, and Mary Maloney, MD, professor of medicine, shows that teledermatology identified cases of skin cancer with the same rate of success as in-person visits.
Barry N. Feldman, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry, comments on the need for mental health and wellness training for police officers.
A new study from Guillaume Poirier, PhD, instructor in psychiatry, explores the link between mentholated tobacco and nicotine addiction.
Ronald Adler, MD, associate professor of family medicine & community health, and Frank Domino, MD, professor of family medicine & community health, discuss new blood pressure guidelines and suggest lifestyle changes, in addition to medication, should be considered when patients and physicians discuss managing the condition.
Jonathan Kay, MD, the Timothy S. and Elaine L. Peterson Chair in Rheumatology and professor of medicine, reports from the 2017 American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting in San Diego.
Chancellor Michael F. Collins and Mark Klempner, MD, executive vice chancellor for MassBiologics of UMass Medical School and professor of medicine, discuss the launch of Rabishield, a monoclonal antibody for rabies that was developed at MassBiologics.