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Voices of UMass Chan

UMass Chan Medical School

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Welcome to the Voices of UMass Chan podcast, a series that takes you behind the scenes at UMass Chan Medical School, the first and only public academic health sciences center in Massachusetts. In each podcast, we highlight the pioneering research, the innovative education and the people of the Medical School—from researchers to students in the T. H. Chan School of Medicine, the Tan Chingfen Graduate School of Nursing and the Morningside Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences to leadership. C ...
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UMass Dignity and Respect in Action: The Podcast

UMass Office of Equity and Inclusion

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Welcome to the Dignity and Respect in Action podcast. This series is brought to you by the UMass Office of Equity and Inclusion, and features members of the University community and other experts in the field of diversity, equity, and inclusion. In this podcast, we’ll learn about the work and experiences of our guests, and gain insight from their expertise.
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Welcome to this podcast series being brought to you by the University of Massachusetts Environmental Conservation's Urban Forestry: Structure, Function & Value class. The podcasts, outlining our semester's readings, is intended as an opportunity to explore the foundation urban forestry, and will introduce concepts related to the management of urbanized landscapes. The podcasts, presented by members of the class, will focus on what comprises the urban forest, its function as a natural system, ...
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In the latest episode of Voices of UMass Chan, Cherise Hamblin, MD, delves into the critical topic of black maternal health and the significance of Black Maternal Health Week at UMass Chan Medical School.For a full list of events with registration information, head to the following link: https://www.umassmed.edu/news/news-archives/2024/03/black-mat…
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Margret Chang, MD, assistant professor of medicine and pediatrics and director of resident addiction curriculum in the Internal Medicine Residency Program at UMass Chan Medical School, and her team at Tri-River Family Health Center in Uxbridge have developed an addiction treatment program in the primary care setting. In a new Voices of UMass Chan p…
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In a new Voices of UMass Chan podcast, John P. Haran, MD’07, PhD’18, and Ethan Loew, MD/PhD student, shed light on their ongoing research to better understand the connection between the gut microbiome and cognitive health, particularly how it impacts older people. For more information on the study, go to: https://www.umassmed.edu/haranresearchgroup…
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In a new Voices of UMass Chan podcast, Marcus Ruscetti, PhD, assistant professor of molecular, cell & cancer biology, shares his journey into the field of science. Dr. Ruscetti’s parents, Frank and Sandy Ruscetti, are retired scientists from the National Cancer Institute, and he said he initially tried not to follow in their footsteps. Learn more a…
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The Center for Accelerating Practices to End Suicide through Technology Translation (CAPES) at UMass Chan is focused on figuring out how to accelerate best practices into clinical care across a range of health care settings. Learn more at umassmed.edu/newsUMass Chan Medical School
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In a new Voices of UMass Chan podcast episode, learn about the new accelerated three-year MD Program at UMass Chan Medical School.Medical students interested in enrolling in the program can find out more info at: https://www.umassmed.edu/som/academics/aMD-AcceleratedMD/UMass Chan Medical School
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Palliative care expert Sunita Puri, MD, associate professor of medicine, delves into the complexities surrounding cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR. Drawing from her extensive experience in the field of palliative care, Dr. Puri sheds light on the hidden harms of CPR and challenges prevailing beliefs.Read about her recent article in The New Yor…
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In a new Voices of UMass Chan podcast episode, Grace Ryan, PhD, assistant professor of population & quantitative health sciences, discusses her research into vaccine hesitancy, particularly the parallels between the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and COVID-19 vaccines rollout.UMass Chan Medical School
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Chancellor Michael F. Collins kicked off the first episode of a new Voices of UMass Chan podcast season days after he welcomed UMass Chan Medical School’s largest medical school class in history. In the podcast, Collins sheds light on UMass Chan’s milestones and its pursuit of excellence as the community advances together.…
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Katie Couric, former host of NBC’s Today show and anchor of CBS Evening News, and co-founder of cancer research charity Stand Up To Cancer, was presented with an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree and delivered the Commencement address for the 50th Commencement at UMass Chan Medical School.Watch the full UMass Chan Commencement on YouTube: ht…
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On June 17, UMass Chan Medical School and Central Mass Links are inviting the local community to participate in the Multicultural Women’s Health Summit, a free family wellness event, on Saturday, June 17, at UMass Chan in Worcester. The mission of the summit is for community members to learn about a wide range of health topics, including preventive…
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The burden of asthma falls disproportionately among people from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds and communities of color. Children are at risk for higher asthma rates, deaths and hospitalizations due to poor use of effective treatments. In the podcast, Michelle Trivedi, MD, MPH, associate professor of pediatrics, pediatric pulmonologist…
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Lupus is an auto-immune disease that affects millions around the world. It's most common in women and causes a person's immune to attack itself resulting in pain throughout the body. Because the illness often looks different in every patient, it can go undetected for years. Roberto Caricchio, MD, the Myles J. McDonough Chair of Rheumatology, profes…
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UMass Chan Medical School and Lahey Hospital & Medical Center (Lahey), part of Beth Israel Lahey Health, have received approval from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) to establish a new regional medical school campus in Burlington. LCME is the accrediting body for medical schools in the United States and Canada.   The UMass Chan-Lah…
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MD/MBA student Emilee Herringshaw is focused on projects that support patient-driven solutions. The aspiring dermatologist shares stories of her life living with diabetes on her blog. Learn more about the MBA dual-degree program in a Voices of UMass podcast episode: https://soundcloud.com/umasschan/mba-podcast-3?in=umasschan/sets/season-4-voices-of…
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Few people are aware of cytomegalovirus, referred to as CMV, even though more than half of Americans are infected with it by the age of 40, according to infectious disease expert Laura Gibson, MD’94, in a new Voices of UMass Chan podcast. For more information about CMV, visit https://www.nationalcmv.org or www.nowiknowcmv.com.…
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Jeremy Luban, MD, the David J. Freelander Professor in AIDS Research and professor of molecular medicine, discusses the latest SARS COV-2 variant of concern and the future of vaccines in the fight against COVID. Dr. Luban also reflects on what researchers have learned in the last three years, in a new Voices of UMass Chan podcast episode.…
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In this podcast, Marlina Duncan, EdD, vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion, and Sharina Person, PhD, the Dr. Marcellette G. Williams Senior Scholar and vice chair and professor of population & quantitative health sciences, explain why it is important for the UMass Chan Medical School community to participate in the upcoming Diversity Engagem…
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The COVID-19 pandemic saw a significant increase in adolescents and young adults with eating disorders being admitted to inpatient treatment and outpatient programs, according to a recent study by Sydney M. Hartman-Munick, MD’15, assistant professor of pediatrics. Read about it on UMass Chan News: https://www.umassmed.edu/news/news-archives/2022/12…
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Melanie Ostiguy’s ballet students were inspired to pursue health care careers after she told them she was studying to become a nurse. Melanie Ostiguy, RN, pivoted from teaching ballet and working as a per-diem secretary at Heywood Hospital in Gardner to enrolling in the Graduate Entry Pathway. Learn about the GEP Pathway: https://www.umassmed.edu/g…
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Third-year medical student Naaz Daneshvar is an advocate for patients and families with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Daneshvar worked to make a course called Operation House Call a requirement for first-year students in the Chan School of Medicine. Read more about it here: https://www.umassmed.edu/news/news-archives/2022/11/medical-…
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