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  • Lady Glaucomflecken to Speak at 2023 Women’s Health and Cancer Conference
    August 8, 2023 by Rachel Narkewicz
    Kristin Flanary, known internationally as her social media alter ego, Lady Glaucomflecken, is on a mission to make health care a little more human. Through storytelling, her keynote address on September 29 at the Women’s Health and Cancer Conference will highlight her perspective as a caregiver and “co-survivor” of her husband’s two cancer occurrences and sudden cardiac arrest.
  • Kaminsky Urges Use of PPE During Flood Cleanup in WCAX Interview
    August 7, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (AUGUST 7, 2023) Pulmonologist David Kaminsky, M.D., professor of medicine, says it’s probably best to avoid breathing in polluted air during the cleanup following July’s record-setting flooding, according to WCAX-TV.
    Read full story at WCAX-TV
  • Garimella Scores H-Index of 100, New India Abroad Reports
    August 4, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (AUGUST 4, 2023) Suresh Garimella, Ph.D., president of the University of Vermont, has achieved an H-index of 100 — meaning he has at least 100 papers cited a minimum of 100 times each, New India Abroad reports.
    Read full story at New India Abroad
  • Cunniff Presents New Cancer Research at iMig Conference
    August 3, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (AUGUST 3, 2023) At the 2023 International Mesothelioma Interest Group (iMig) conference in June, Brian Cunniff, Ph.D., assistant professor of pathology, presented early experience with “an exciting new therapeutic option for patients suffering with mesothelioma” to a global audience of clinicians, scientists, and allied professionals, according to Business Wire.
    Read full story at Business Wire
  • Alston Warns of Climate Change Effects on Antibiotic-Resistant ‘Superbug’ Infections in VTDigger
    July 28, 2023 by Lucy Gardner Carson
    (JULY 28, 2023) In an opinion piece in VTDigger, W. Kemper Alston, M.D., M.P.H., chief of infectious disease at the UVM Medical Center and professor of medicine at the Larner College of Medicine, cautioned that climate change could hasten the spread of antibiotic-resistant “superbug” infections. (Click headline for more.)
    Read full story at VTDigger

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