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In their own words: Matilde Castiel, Naheed Usmani share personal immigration stories

In their own words: Matilde Castiel, Naheed Usmani share personal immigration stories

Matilde Castiel, MD, and Naheed Usmani, MD, shared their personal journeys of coming to the United States at the debut of the UMass Immigrant Stories series on Wednesday, Nov. 14.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employee Charitable Campaign kicks off

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employee Charitable Campaign kicks off

The annual Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employee Charitable Campaign kicks off at UMass Medical School on Monday, Nov. 5. The statewide campaign allows UMMS employees to contribute to any of more than 1,000 screened nonprofit organizations that support a wide range of needs. 

Postdoc Tessa Simone explores role of immune cells in cancer

Postdoc Tessa Simone explores role of immune cells in cancer

Tessa Simone, PhD, a postdoc in the lab of Michael R. Green, MD, PhD, is focused on identifying ways to teach the immune system to attack cancerous tumors without harming healthy tissue.

Physician-scientist Jason Shohet researches path to better childhood cancer therapies

Physician-scientist Jason Shohet researches path to better childhood cancer therapies

Jason Shohet, MD, PhD, is focused on developing more effective and less toxic therapies for childhood cancers with a special focus on neuroblastoma.

Raziel Rojas-Rodriguez studies adipose tissue function in metabolism during pregnancy

Raziel Rojas-Rodriguez studies adipose tissue function in metabolism during pregnancy

Raziel Rojas-Rodriguez, a PhD candidate in the Program in Molecular Medicine, is studying how adipose tissue expansion during pregnancy is related to metabolic health. Learn more about her research in this Women in Science video. 

Sen. Markey visits UMass Medical School, discusses impact of NIH funding

Sen. Markey visits UMass Medical School, discusses impact of NIH funding

U.S. Sen. Edward Markey visited UMass Medical School on Tuesday, Aug. 14, spending time in a research lab and meeting with Chancellor Collins, Dean Flotte and leaders from UMass Memorial Health Care.

Ishani Dasgupta focused on how cells communicate; signaling pathways may hold clues to disease

Ishani Dasgupta focused on how cells communicate; signaling pathways may hold clues to disease

Ishani Dasgupta, PhD, a postdoc in the lab of Dannel McCollum, PhD, is a cell biologist interested in how cells communicate with each other. Learn more about her research in this Women in Science video.

Women’s Faculty Awards honor achievements in service, education, research and patient care

Women’s Faculty Awards honor achievements in service, education, research and patient care

Five UMass Medical School faculty members were recognized for their individual contributions to the advancement of women in science and health care at the 18th annual Women’s Faculty Awards luncheon on June 11.

Worcester Tech students credit UMMS support as key to biotech career path

Worcester Tech students credit UMMS support as key to biotech career path

Worcester Public School officials, the city manager and students thanked UMass Medical School on Tuesday, May 15, for an $875,000 donation that has enabled the biomedical and health program to thrive at Worcester Technical High School.

UMass ALS Cellucci Fund marathon team proud to support research at UMMS

UMass ALS Cellucci Fund marathon team proud to support research at UMMS

The 2018 UMass ALS Cellucci Fund Boston Marathon team surpassed its fundraising goal by 100 percent this year, garnering nearly $80,000 to support the breakthrough research underway at UMass Medical School toward a cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

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