UHealthSolutions is marking 15years of delivering customized solutions to health care organizations and the populations they serve.
The UMMS Purchasing Department and the Office of Community and Government Relations, in conjunction with the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, are sponsoring the Fourth Annual Worcester County Vendor Tradeshow on Tuesday, May 24.
UMass Medical School is once again participating in the “Worcester: the City that Reads Book Drive.” The annual book drive promotes literacy in the community, puts books into the hands of children who may not have books in their homes and promotes the importance of being a lifetime reader.
A celebration of the countries and cultures represented in the UMass Medical School community will take place on Friday, May 6, at the tenth annual International Festival, beginning at 9 a.m. in the Medical School lobbies.
The Gerald F. Berlin Prizes for Creative Writing ceremony and selected readings will take place at a brownbag lunch on Wednesday, May 4, in the Hiatt Auditorium beginning at noon.
Amy K. Weinstock, director of the UMMS Autism Insurance Resource Center, will be presented with the Martha Zeigler Founders Award by the Federation for Children with Special Needs.
Photography by David Kennedy, PhD, professor of psychiatry, is featured in the next installation of the Artist in Residence Series at the Lamar Soutter Library.
In his new book Snowball in a Blizzard: A Physician's Notes on Uncertainty in Medicine, Steven C. Hatch, MD, focuses on the theme of uncertainty in medicine, something he considers as an underappreciated reality in medical diagnosis and treatment.
Sally C. Kent, PhD, was recently recognized at the Network for Pancreatic Donors with Diabetes (nPOD) 8th Annual Scientific Session in Miami as a “champion of the collaborative spirit.”
The Medical Library Association has announced that Elaine Martin, DA, will be the recipient of its 2016 T. Mark Hodges International Service Award.