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UMass Medical School is leading the charge to better train medical and advanced practice nursing students in the prevention and management of opioid abuse, according to an Associated Press story published June 28. An accompanying AP video goes inside a “daylong boot camp” at UMMS in which the School of Medicine and Graduate School of Nursing students from the 2016 class received intensive, hands-on training in opioid safe prescribing and pain management.
The National Institutes of Health has named third-year School of Medicine student Jacqueline Pires a 2016 Medical Research Scholar. Pires will spend a year in residence conducting an independent biomedical research project under the mentorship of principal investigators at the NIH’s national headquarters in Bethesda, Md.
Could dogs hold the key to better medical treatments for people? Elinor Karlsson, PhD, assistant professor of molecular medicine, is studying canine genetics to better understand human health.
Karam contributes additional $50,000 to UMass scholarship fund

James J. Karam, a prominent business and civic leader and former chairman of the University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees, has donated an additional $50,000 to a scholarship fund that he created to support future leaders from the SouthCoast.

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UMass Medical School is leading the charge to better train medical and advanced practice nursing students in the prevention and management of opioid abuse, according to an Associated Press story published June 28. An accompanying AP video goes inside a “daylong boot camp” at UMMS in which the School of Medicine and Graduate School of Nursing students from the 2016 class received intensive, hands-on training in opioid safe prescribing and pain management.
The National Institutes of Health has named third-year School of Medicine student Jacqueline Pires a 2016 Medical Research Scholar. Pires will spend a year in residence conducting an independent biomedical research project under the mentorship of principal investigators at the NIH’s national headquarters in Bethesda, Md.
Could dogs hold the key to better medical treatments for people? Elinor Karlsson, PhD, assistant professor of molecular medicine, is studying canine genetics to better understand human health.


Karam contributes additional $50,000 to UMass scholarship fund

James J. Karam, a prominent business and civic leader and former chairman of the University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees, has donated an additional $50,000 to a scholarship fund that he created to support future leaders from the SouthCoast.

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