News from the College

Use the links below to read recent news and stories from the college.

  • An Explores the Challenges and Promise of Medical Digital Twins
    July 26, 2023
    Today, in the era of AI, medical digital twins hold great promise for helping diagnose and treat the population in the future. UVM Professor Gary An, M.D., a surgeon and computational biology and mathematical modeling expert, has been working on developing and researching computational models for such diseases as sepsis and COVID-19 for over 20 years. His recent research has centered on developing digital twins of the human immune system.
  • The Gift of Life: Celebrating Larner's First Annual Blood Drive
    July 21, 2023
    The Larner College of Medicine, in collaboration with the American Red Cross, hosted its first annual blood drive on June 21, in the Larner Classroom. More than 60 members of the Larner community donated blood.
  • Williams Named New Larner Assistant Dean for Admissions
    July 21, 2023
    Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education Christa Zehle, M.D., has announced the appointment of Anthony Williams, M.D., as assistant dean for admissions. In this role, Dr. Williams will provide leadership support for the recruitment and selection of Larner College of Medicine medical students.
  • New Drug Gives Quality-of-Life Boost to Cancer Patients with Deadly Blood Clots
    July 11, 2023
    Thanks to positive results from a new clinical trial in which the UVM Cancer Center and Chris Holmes, M.D., Ph.D., professor of medicine, played a role, the five to 25 percent of cancer patients who develop venous thrombosis will no longer need to inject themselves with a blood thinner.
  • The Research, Education, and Leadership Legacy of Cynthia Forehand
    July 10, 2023
    As a young math and science wiz, first-generation college student Cynthia Forehand admits she had a rocky start to her academic career, but an invitation to work in her advisor’s lab “was the beginning of a lifelong passion for inquiry-driven research,” she says, and led to more than 35 years of service as a biomedical scientist, educator, mentor, and leader at the University of Vermont.
  • Herrington Selected for 2023-24 Class of Executive Leadership in Health Care Fellows
    July 3, 2023
    Heather Herrington, M.D., associate professor of surgery and pediatrics, has been selected as one of 45 women to participate as a member of the 2023-24 class of fellows in the Executive Leadership in Health Care program at the Hedwig van Ameringen Executive Leadership in Academic Medicine® (ELAM®) program at Drexel University College of Medicine.
  • Kanayo Ikeh Named UVM Cancer Center Juckett Scholar
    June 28, 2023
    This summer, 20 summer scholars were awarded $4,000 stipends to deepen their engagement, hone their skills, and drive towards new discoveries under the guidance of a UVM Cancer Center mentor. Among the group is Kanayo Ikeh, this year’s 2023 Juckett Summer Student Scholar.
  • Mental Health Care for Children Lagging After Firearm Injury, Study Finds
    June 23, 2023
    A study by UVM researchers and colleagues finds mental health care lagging after firearm injury, which increases risk for serious mental health conditions.
  • Patriot Star’s Foundation Makes Grants Available to New England Cancer Patients with Financial Need
    June 22, 2023
    Former New England Patriot and three-time Super Bowl champion Joe Andruzzi visited the UVM Cancer Center’s patients and care teams on June 22, 2023 as part of a road trip celebrating his namesake Joe Andruzzi Foundation’s 15th anniversary.
  • Class of 2026 Medical Students Selected as 2023 -2024 Schweitzer Fellows
    June 15, 2023
    Five teams of Larner College of Medicine Class of 2026 medical students and the first-ever joint Larner-Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth team have been selected to participate as 2023-24 Schweitzer Fellows through the New Hampshire/Vermont (NH/VT) Schweitzer Fellows Program.