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Victor J. Dzau, MD, president of the Institute of Medicine, will deliver the commencement address at UMass Medical School’s 42nd Commencement Exercises on May 31. Dr. Dzau is a leader in health care innovation and a renowned cardiologist whose six-year term as IOM president began in 2014. Read the complete story.
The first population-based study of pregnant women with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the United States reveals that these mothers and their babies are at a greater risk of adverse outcomes that include preterm birth, low birth weight and low Apgar scores. The study was led by researchers at UMass Medical School, who were recently awarded a five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to further investigate those disparities. Read the complete story.
Researchers at UMass Medical School and Worcester Polytechnic Institute are developing a stress-eating smartphone app that will help users better understand why they overeat, with the support of a $2 million award from the National Institutes of Health. Read the complete story. 
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Victor J. Dzau, MD, president of the Institute of Medicine, will deliver the commencement address at UMass Medical School’s 42nd Commencement Exercises on May 31. Dr. Dzau is a leader in health care innovation and a renowned cardiologist whose six-year term as IOM president began in 2014. Read the complete story.
The first population-based study of pregnant women with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the United States reveals that these mothers and their babies are at a greater risk of adverse outcomes that include preterm birth, low birth weight and low Apgar scores. The study was led by researchers at UMass Medical School, who were recently awarded a five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to further investigate those disparities. Read the complete story.
Researchers at UMass Medical School and Worcester Polytechnic Institute are developing a stress-eating smartphone app that will help users better understand why they overeat, with the support of a $2 million award from the National Institutes of Health. Read the complete story. 


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 There is one university that begins each day thinking about Massachusetts. UMass. We're here to inspire scholarship, research and innovation. Check out our new campaign that discusses UMass' role as one of the best public universities in the world. Learn why. Read more

 

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