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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  • Autoimmune Disease Linked to Increased Survival Rates in Blood Disorders Patients
    December 1, 2023 by Kate Strotmeyer
    Autoimmune disease is frequent in patients with myelodysplastic syndromes, but studies have been inconclusive about how the preexistence of autoimmunity affects survival in these patients. A new study by UVM Cancer Center member Diego Adrianzen Herrera, M.D. uses an epidemiologic analysis to clarify that issue.
  • Nunziata Quoted in Vt. Standard Story on More Retirees Taking Classes
    November 30, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (NOVEMBER 30, 2023) Janet Nunziata, M.S., associate director of the Center on Aging at the University of Vermont, commented to the Vermont Standard for a story about an increase in the number of retirees who are stepping into the world of lectures, homework, and study groups.
    Read full story at Vermont Standard (Windsor County, Vt.)
  • Gibson, Jokela Quoted in Seven Days Article on Transgender Newcomers to Vt.
    November 22, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (November 22, 2023) Associate Professor of Pediatrics Erica Gibson, M.D., and Assistant Professor of Family Medicine Anja Jokela, M.D., commented to Seven Days for an article on transgender newcomers finding safety, services, and community in Vermont.
    Read full story at Seven Days