Social Media

The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at the University of Vermont has a remarkable community that provides ample opportunities to connect with fellow graduate students, postdocs, faculty, alumni and future employers. Find your direct connections in the following platforms. 

UVM Handshake

UVM Handshake login

Handshake's job recommendations are curated based on your personal interests, skills, major, location preferences and search history. It has powerful tools and alerts to help stay on top of opportunities you want to pursue. The mobile app allows you to easily follow employers and opportunities, register for events, and submit applications on-the-go.

UVM Connect


UVM Connect

UVM Connect offers you the opportunity to reconnect with fellow graduates, give back to current students, and expand your professional opportunities through people you should know. 


Find groups specific to the Master of Medical Science, Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Sciences, and Neuroscience Graduate Programs. 


InstagramFollow Larner and UVM sponsored accounts like @uvmMedicine, @uvmLarnerGradStuCo and @LarnerWellness, @uvm_dsu. 


Don't forget to follow accounts on Twitter like: @UVMLarnerMed, @uvmGradCollege, @uvmdei, @uvmfoundation, @UVMPattyPrelock, @sacnas_uvm, @uvm_NeuroGP, @UVM_GSS, @UVMResearch


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  • Gilbert Comments in Yahoo Finance News Article on Weight-Loss Drugs
    July 10, 2024 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (JULY 10, 2024) Endocrinologist Matthew Gilbert, D.O., M.P.H., professor of medicine, commented for a story in Yahoo Finance News on whether or not weight-loss drugs can be used as a temporary “metabolic reset.”
    Read full story at Yahoo Finance News
  • SNMA Partners with Richard Kemp Center to Support Community Wellness
    July 4, 2024 by Margie Brenner
    Larner’s Student National Medical Association partnered with the Richard Kemp Center in Burlington recently to host “Ubuntu: Nurturing Community Wellness.” The evening of health-focused activities and celebration, including workshops on mental health, personal development, and more, truly exemplified Ubuntu—an ancient African word expressing the interconnectedness between people.
  • Jacobs, Sanders Quoted in Healthcare Finance News Report on AI Clinical Documentation Partnership
    July 9, 2024 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (JULY 9, 2024) Alicia Jacobs, M.D., associate professor of family medicine, and Jason Sanders, M.D., M.B.A., president and CEO of the UVM Medical Group, commented to Healthcare Finance News for a story about a new partnership between the University of Vermont Health Network and Abridge to use AI for clinical documentation.
    Read full story at Healthcare Finance