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  • Hearts and Minds: Symposium to Spotlight Cardiovascular-Brain Research
    June 7, 2023 by Janet Essman Franz
    The Vermont Center for Cardiovascular and Brain Health supports research by early-career scientists who are investigating the mysteries of the heart-brain connection. The researchers are sharing their findings at a symposium on June 15-16 at UVM’s Davis Center.
  • Healio Covers Pulcini Study on Access Rates of Mental Health Services after Pediatric Firearm Injury
    June 7, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (JUNE 7, 2023) Greater efforts are needed to connect children with mental health services after a firearm injury, according to a study by a research consortium of Children’s Hospital Association professionals that included Christian D. Pulcini, M.D., M.Ed., M.P.H., assistant professor of emergency medicine, Healio reported.
    Read full story at Healio
  • CBS3 Highlights Young & Singh Trip to Gambia to Improve Pediatric Vision Care
    June 1, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (JUNE 1, 2023) UVM ophthalmologists Jeffrey Young, M.D., and Sujata Singh, M.D., are two members of a larger team of Vermont medical experts traveling to The Republic of The Gambia with a mission to improve pediatric vision services and ophthalmology infrastructure in the country, WCAX-TV reported.
  • Solomon Speaks on MS Misdiagnosis at CMSC Annual Meeting, NeurologyLive Reports
    June 1, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (JUNE 1, 2023) Andrew Solomon, M.D., associate professor of neurological sciences, discussed the prevalence of multiple sclerosis (MS) misdiagnosis and what can be done about it in his opening lecture at the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC), NeurologyLive reported.
    Read full story at NeurologyLive
  • Larner Representatives Attend Medical Education Millennium Conference
    May 24, 2023 by Janet Essman Franz
    The Larner College of Medicine was one of eight medical schools selected to participate in the 2023 Millennium Conference from May 2-4, hosted by the Carl J. Shapiro Institute for Education and Research at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Five Larner representatives attended the event, which focused on professionalism for physicians.


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