The Ira Allen Society I ra Allen Society gifts to the UVM College of Medicine Fund support many of our important initiatives each year and make possible the fulfillment of our missions in education, r
Student Notes Shear and Cipri Develop Sexual Health Texting Service for LGBTQ Youth Schweitzer Fellows and University of Vermont medical students Leah Cipri and Matthew Shear are partnering with Outri
Research Notebook UVM VTC Receives Gates Grant for Dengue Work Researchers Sean Diehl, Ph.D., and Beth Kirkpatrick, M.D., of the UVM Vaccine Testing Center VTC, along with UVM colleagues Jon Boyson, P
Notables New Vermont Oxford Network Agreement Based on a long history of collaboration and support, the University of Vermont College of Medicine and Vermont Oxford Network VON formalized their relati
compartmentalizing, says UVM Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Lee Rosen, Ph.D., who directs the tenmonth long PCR course within the Vermont Integrated Curriculum. One of the goals of PCR is to create
When applicants to the College, like the group above meeting with Justin Genziano 17, come to Closer Look Day, they preview the type of learning that is involved in the rstyear Professionalism, Commun
Carrie Dyer and her daughter at Burlingtons Battery Park playground. Dyers participation in a Vermont Center on Behavior and Health study is helping her break a smoking habit begun in early childhood.
Now Dyer is trying to get unstuck. When I used to work tra c control I was up to four packs a day, she says. But on January 5, 2014, well into her second trimester of pregnancy, at age 38, she quit. H
to be higher risk than the other cardiac where these lifestyle diseases emerge, that achievable chunks. Putting the focus patients we see they have worse cardiac most quotidian foundation how we behav
philanthropy I am very pleased to present the results of an extraordinary year in philanthropic support at the College of Medicine. Giving to the College in scal year 2014 reached a new record of near
Ira Allen Society e Ira Allen Society recognizes UVMs most loyal donors by acknowledging individuals whose cumulative lifetime gifts and commitments to UVM reach or exceed 100,000, with special recogn
University of Vermont Cancer Center Donors e College of Medicine and the University of Vermont Cancer Center are grateful to the following donors of 100 or more who made contributions to support cance
Memorial Gifts e College is honored to have received gifts in memory of the following individuals. John Abajian, Jr., M.D. Jerome S. Abrams, M.D. Gretchen Holt Allen, M.D.98 Ellsworth Lyman Amidon, M.
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Obituaries John M. Wood, M.D. Dr. Wood died May 11, 2014, in Lancaster, Penn. He was 92. Dr. Wood was born in Waterbury, Conn., and was an alumnus of Colby College and the University of Vermont Colleg
November 14, 2014 1050 a.m. Just a few days after the official opening of the Larner Classroom, Professor of Pediatrics Robert Macauley, M.D., leads the first instructional event in the room, a teamba