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Tracy Interviewed by WCAX on RURAL Study

July 15, 2019 by Heather McCabe

(JULY 15, 2019) Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Russell Tracy, Ph.D., was interviewed on WCAX-TV's "You Can Quote Me" program about the scope of the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont’s involvement in the National Institutes of Health’s Risk Underlying Rural Areas Longitudinal (RURAL) Study.

(JULY 15, 2019) Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Russell Tracy, Ph.D. was the featured guest on WCAX-TV's "You Can Quote Me" program, discussing the scope of his lab’s involvement in the National Institutes of Health’s Risk Underlying Rural Areas Longitudinal (RURAL) Study. Tracy addressed UVM’s role in designing the study and the importance of this work to the mission of the Larner College of Medicine. He emphasized the unique approach that the study will take in involving local resources and people in the communities being studied. He also highlighted the longitudinal aspects of the study, which allow for direct comparison across counties with similar demographic data, yet disparate health outcomes. Watch the full interview here >>.

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Tracy Interviewed by WCAX on RURAL Study

July 15, 2019 by Heather McCabe

(JULY 15, 2019) Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Russell Tracy, Ph.D., was interviewed on WCAX-TV's "You Can Quote Me" program about the scope of the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont’s involvement in the National Institutes of Health’s Risk Underlying Rural Areas Longitudinal (RURAL) Study.

(JULY 15, 2019) Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Russell Tracy, Ph.D. was the featured guest on WCAX-TV's "You Can Quote Me" program, discussing the scope of his lab’s involvement in the National Institutes of Health’s Risk Underlying Rural Areas Longitudinal (RURAL) Study. Tracy addressed UVM’s role in designing the study and the importance of this work to the mission of the Larner College of Medicine. He emphasized the unique approach that the study will take in involving local resources and people in the communities being studied. He also highlighted the longitudinal aspects of the study, which allow for direct comparison across counties with similar demographic data, yet disparate health outcomes. Watch the full interview here >>.