2019 RESEARCH- Archives -
The 14th annual Physician Scientist Discretion Retreat on Friday, March 1, brought together prospective and current students, faculty and distinguished guest speakers showcasing the depth and breadth of the MD/PhD program at UMass Medical School.
UMass Medical School has two research teams competing in the 2019 STAT Madness contest, in which readers are encouraged to vote online for the best pioneering biomedical research of 2018.
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month and Justin Maykel, MD, has an important message for the public: Get your colonoscopy as early as possible.
A new study in the journal Cell describes how Gang Han, PhD, and colleagues developed technology to give night vision to mammals with a simple injection that contains nanoantennae, allowing the animals to see light beyond the visible spectrum, into the range of infrared light.
Five people will represent the UMass ALS Cellucci Fund in the 2019 Boston Marathon on April 15 to support amyotrophic lateral sclerosis research (ALS) underway at UMass Medical School.
Anthony Rothschild, MD, explains the latest developments into the use of Esketamine for treatment-resistant depression in a new episode of the podcast Voices of UMassMed.
A new American Heart Association study, co-authored by Brian Silver, MD, finds that among postmenopausal women, drinking multiple diet drinks daily was associated with an increased risk of stroke caused by a blocked artery, especially small arteries.
Roger J. Davis, PhD, FRS, has accepted the position of chair of the Program in Molecular Medicine, succeeding Michael P. Czech, PhD, the founding chair.
A national study co-authored by Hugh Silk, MD, has found that geriatric medical fellowship programs provide little oral health training for doctors who will provide care to the growing older adult population.
As the diabetes epidemic continues to grow, researchers are redoubling their efforts to understand the mechanisms that cause the disease. Learn about how MD/PhD candidate Rachel Stamateris is studying the disease in this Women in Science video.