Dr. Luzuriaga, professor of molecular medicine, pediatrics and medicine, and an internationally recognized HIV scientist, shares the honor with colleagues Hannah Gay, MD, a pediatrician at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, and Deborah Persaud, MD, a virologist at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. They are credited with the first documented “functional” cure of a Mississippi baby with HIV.
UMass Medical School’s Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CANDO) Clinic got a big boost at the 2013 Winter Ball on Friday, Dec. 6. The centerpiece of the annual fundraising event sponsored by the UMass Medicine Development Office is the Fund-A-Need auction. This year, the CANDO Clinic, which provides access to comprehensive clinical services for children with autism spectrum and other neurodevelopmental disorders, was the beneficiary. Proceeds from the auction will go toward matching funds for a $500,000 donation from an anonymous family.
UMass System releases 2014 Performance Report

 

The University of Massachusetts released its first annual performance measurement report that uses a rating system to assess the University's progress in achieving 21 goals across six priority areas, ranging from the experiences of its students to the impact of its research to how well it manages its finances. Read more

 

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