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The following stories appeared in local and national media outlets. 

  • WCAX-TV Previews Class of 2025 White Coat Ceremony
    (OCTOBER 6, 2021) Local CBS affiliate WCAX-TV Channel 3 aired a story previewing the UVM Larner College of Medicine's medical Class of 2025's October 8 White Coat Ceremony that featured interviews with Dean Richard L. Page, M.D., Interim Assistant Dean for Students Mariah McNamara, M.D., and Class of 2025 medical students Justin Henninsen and Gabriela Sarriera Valentin.
  • NY Times Article Features Arnoldy & UVM End of Life Doula Certificate
    (JUNE 24, 2021) The UVM End-of-Life Doula Professional Certificate program, as well as comments from Francesca Arnoldy, program director, are featured in a New York Times article, titled "‘Death Doulas’ Provide Aid at the End of Life."
  • Shapiro Comments on COVID-19 & Migraine Patients in Medscape
    (JUNE 15, 2021) Robert Shapiro, M.D., Ph.D., UVM professor of neurological sciences, commented on a study about COVID-19 susceptibility and care in people with migraine in Medscape.
  • Carney Discusses Travel Bans During Pandemic in WalletHub Article
    (JUNE 15, 2021) Jan Carney, M.D., M.P.H., associate dean for public health & health policy at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, discussed the research supporting why countries set travel bans during pandemics in an article, titled "States Hurt the Most by the European Travel Ban," featured on WalletHub.
  • Cushman Discusses VCCBH on Local 22's "What Matters This Week"
    (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.
  • Page Quoted in Medscape about Left Atrial Appendage Occlusion during Cardiac Surgery
    (MAY 16, 2021) UVM Larner College of Medicine Dean Richard L. Page, M.D., professor of medicine, was quoted in a Medscape article, titled "LAAOS III: Surgical LAA Closure Cuts AF Stroke Risk by One Third," in conjunction with an editorial he published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
  • WCAX-TV Interviews Dickerson about Long-Term Effect of Pandemic on Kids
    (APRIL 15, 2021) Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Jeremiah Dickerson, M.D., was interviewed by local Burlington, Vt. CBS affiliate WCAX-TV for a story, titled "Should parents worry about pandemic’s long-term effects on kids?"
  • Cushman Comments on Blood Clot Risk & Vaccination Status in Business Insider
    (APRIL 13, 2021) Mary Cushman, M.D., M.Sc., professor of medicine and co-principal investigator of the Vermont Center on Cardiovascular and Brain Health, commented on the risk of blood clots in young women in relation to COVID-19 vaccination status in a Business Insider article, titled "Why younger women have a higher risk of blood clots, whether or not they're vaccinated."
  • Rettew Featured in Yahoo!Life Article on Parenting
    (APRIL 6, 2021) David Rettew, M.D., associate professor of psychiatry and pediatrics, discusses parenting and the strategies shared in his book on "Parenting Made Complicated: What Science Really Knows About the Greatest Debates of Early Childhood" in a Yahoo!Life article, titled "Want to Be a Better Parent? Consider Temperament."
  • Dixon Comments in NY Times on Obesity & Risk for COVID-19 Hospitalization
    (MARCH 8, 2021) Anne Dixon, M.A., BM BCh, professor of medicine and director of the Vermont Lung Center, was quoted in a New York Times article, titled "Severe Obesity Raises Risk of COVID-19 Hospitalization and Death, Study Finds."

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