2019 UMMS NEWS AND NOTES- Archives -
The Center for Applied Nutrition at UMass Medical School is holding an open house on Thursday, May 30. The event is free and open to the public.
The vendor selection process for the operation of the Albert Sherman Center and South Street fitness centers has been completed: Corporate Fitness Works will begin operations on June 3.
Artwork by children who attend Bright Horizons Child Care Center on the University campus is on display through June 28 in the Lamar Soutter Library.
Terence R. Flotte, MD, has been elected to the American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy (ASGCT) leadership team. Dr. Flotte will serve as secretary of the board.
The Lamar Soutter Library has partnered with The Opioid Project to bring a new interactive art and storytelling exhibit to UMass Medical School. The project is designed to encourage dialog, increase awareness, decrease stigma and change societal views about addiction and those affected.
The Center for Advancing Point of Care Technologies, a partnership between UMass Medical School and UMass Lowell, is accepting applications for its pilot grant funding program for innovative projects focused on developing, adapting or validating technologies that can be rapidly applied to heart, lung, blood or sleep disorders.
New Sherman Center Café food services provider NexDine will host a grand opening on March 4.
The newest installment of the Artist in Residence series, The Colors of Nature: Flora and Fauna, features the photography of Bruce Simon, MD, associate professor of surgery.