VCCBH News


Cushman Discusses VCCBH on Local 22's "What Matters This Week"

June 14, 2021 by Jennifer Nachbur

(JUNE 14, 2021) UVM Professor of Medicine Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc., co-principal investigator for the Vermont Center on Cardiovascular and Brain Health, was interviewed by anchor Lauren Maloney on Vermont's Local 22 ABC affiliate's "What Matters This Week" program.

Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc.

(JUNE 14, 2021) UVM Professor of Medicine Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc., co-principal investigator for the Vermont Center on Cardiovascular and Brain Health, was interviewed by anchor Lauren Maloney on Vermont's Local 22 ABC affiliate's "What Matters This Week" program. She discussed the mission, goals, and structure of the center.


Recent Stories and Publications Featuring VCCBH Members


Larner College of Medicine Dean's Newsletter, Accolades and Accomplishments

Posted July 10, 2024

Two Larner-affiliated researchers won their respective poster competitions at the Vermont Center for Cardiovascular and Brain Health symposium held June 6–7 at the University of Vermont’s Davis Center.

Movement of the endoplasmic reticulum is driven by multiple classes of vesicles marked by Rab-GTPases

Posted May 15, 2024

John Salogiannis, Ph.D., assistant professor of molecular physiology and biophysics, and members of his lab team—Allison (Morrissey) Langley, lab technician and Ph.D. candidate in cellular, molecular, and biomedical sciences; Sarah Abeling-Wang, lab research technician; and Erinn Wagner, UVM undergraduate biology major—have their first preprint*: “Movement of the endoplasmic reticulum is driven by multiple classes of vesicles marked by Rab-GTPases.” The team’s research is supported by an NIH Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award (MIRA or R35) for early-stage investigators.

The University of Vermont Center on Aging Newsletter

Posted May 2024

Katharine Cheung, M.D., Ph.D., M.Sc., interim director of the UVM Center on Aging, associate director for research, and assistant professor of medicine, and her mentee, medical student Susanna Schuler ’26, presented their research findings at the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine State of the Science meeting on March 23 in Phoenix, Arizona.

UVM Scientist Wins Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Grant to Tackle Neurodegenerative Diseases

Larner Scientist Seeks to Advance Neurodegeneration Research

February 22, 2024

Larner College of Medicine scientist Osama Harraz, Ph.D., M.Sc., and his colleague from the University of Maryland (UMD), Thomas Longden, Ph.D., are recipients of a prestigious Collaborative Pairs Pilot Project Award from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s (CZI) Neurodegeneration Challenge Network (NCDN).