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Advocating for Gender Equity in Medicine | College of Human Medicine

September 29, 2022 In honor of Women in Medicine Month, the College of Human Medicine celebrates alumnus Shikha Jain, MD. She is a renowned oncologist, advocate for gender parity in the medical professions, founder of the Women in Medicine Summit, and was recently named one of Medscape’s Rising Stars in Medicine. While a student at …

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Newsom rejects second effort to make more community college adjunct professors eligible for health care

Newsom rejects second effort to make more community college adjunct professors eligible for health care

Photo by Andrew Reed/EdSource Governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed a plan to make more part-time community college professors eligible for health care Photo by Andrew Reed/EdSource Governor Gavin Newsom has vetoed a plan to make more part-time community college professors eligible for health care For the second year in a row, Governor Gavin Newsom has …

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Sylvie Naar is a professor in the College of Medicine at Florida State University and director of the Center for Translational Behavioral Science (CTBS) at FSU.

FSU College of Medicine receives grant for HIV research project

A nearly $5 million grant to Florida State University’s College of Medicine may potentially change the trajectory of young adults affected by the HIV epidemic, which remains a major health concern decades after the first epidemics in the United States. United The National Institute of Mental Health awarded the college a $4.9 million grant as …

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Meharry Medical College, StreetSolid Industries hosts conference focused on laws and policies that create inequality, discontent and disease - The Tennessee Tribune

Meharry Medical College, StreetSolid Industries hosts conference focused on laws and policies that create inequality, discontent and disease – The Tennessee Tribune

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Meharry Medical College and StreetSolid Industries are hosting a conference, The Invisible Laws and Policies That Create Disease, Inequality, Disenfranchisement, and Discontent in America. How our laws and policies affect a nation’s health, well-being, and flourishing—and what we can do about it, Saturday, October 15 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at …

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Reflections from a Clinical Ethics Intern - Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network

Reflections from a Clinical Ethics Intern – Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network

This is the fourth in an ongoing series by Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy summer interns, undergraduate and graduate students interested in emerging ethical issues. “How to become a clinical ethicist” is a phrase I’ve Googled more times than I’m willing to admit. My interest began after I attended a lecture on bioethics …

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Andrea A. Hayes Dixon, MD, FACS, FAAP Named First Black Female Dean of Howard University College of Medicine

Andrea A. Hayes Dixon, MD, FACS, FAAP Named First Black Female Dean of Howard University College of Medicine

WASHINGTON – President of Howard University Wayne AI FrederickMD, MBA announced the appointment of Andrea A. Hayes Dixon, MD, FACS, FAAP as Dean of Howard University College of Medicine. With the appointment, effective October 3, 2022, Hayes Dixon becomes the first black woman to serve as Dean of Howard University College of Medicine. she will …

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YUNGBLUD, Jake Hill, Daughter Carol, and More Talk Mental Health, Art, and College Degrees at Riot Fest

My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way, wearing a coat and headband, performs energetically on stage as the crowd roars with excitement. Despite protests from neighbors in Douglass Park in the days leading up to the festival, sometimes sweltering heat and long queues for food and drink, morale was high as more than 100,000 fans converged for …

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Meadville Medical Center and Allegheny College team up for sports medicine

Meadville Medical Center and Allegheny College team up for sports medicine

For those who work in sports medicine at Crawford County Sports Medicine-Meadville Medical Center (MMC), it’s all about student-athletes. MMC has been dedicated to sports medicine in local high schools for over 20 years. Recently, the hospital and Allegheny College announced a significant expansion of the health system’s sports medicine program, as it will now …

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