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The University of Virginia School of Medicine has a long tradition of excellence in a highly collaborative atmosphere. We find innovative ways to improve health by resting on the firmest of foundations: the pyramid of education, research, patient care, and service to the community. The structure is so strong because each part of the pyramid contributes to the other: we teach students in the health professions at all levels—including our colleagues—and at the same time learn from all of them, making patient care better; we advance knowledge through research at the fundamental level and translate that research for the benefit of our patients; we treat each of our patients with compassion and respect; and not only make the community healthier, we also serve as volunteers and advisers to the Commonwealth and the nation.

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Extra Shut-Eye: 2019 Innovator of the Year Aims to Cure Insomnia

Our Lee Ritterband, who created the anti-insomnia program SHUTi, has been named 2019’s Innovator of the Year by UVA’s Licensing & Ventures Group.
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School of Medicine: 2018-19 Promotion & Tenure

Please join us in celebrating the newly promoted/tenured faculty in the UVA School of Medicine. Congratulations on their hard work and excellence!
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Dr. Thomas L’Ecuyer (left) and Dr. James Gangemi. Photo by Jackson Smith.

For This Pediatric Duo, It’s All About the Team

At the core of this team is an immense feeling of ownership and responsibility, an understanding that, in a sense, the young people they’re caring for are their own. And the elation they experience when the child pulls through—Gangemi and L’Ecuyer say that language simply doesn’t do it justice.
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Our Students Had a Great 2020 Match Day (Despite the Coronavirus)

Angela Zeigler, SMD20 To paraphrase Dickens: It is the best of times, it is the worst of times. We’re all pretty much up to speed on the latter, let me…

Highlights: February MAC Meeting

The School of Medicine’s Medical Advisory Committee (MAC) met on February 11, 2020, 4-5 p.m., in the Biomedical Sciences (BIMS) classroom. Here are highlights from that meeting: Introductory Comments K.…

Don’t Jeopardize Future Funding or Publication: Register and Upload Your Clinical Trial Data Now

ClinicalTrials.gov is a National Institutes of Health (NIH) registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world. Through this site, the…

School of Medicine Hits All-Time Record for NIH Dollars

Great news! When the federal government closed its books for 2019, our final NIH total was $146.3 million. This is approximately a $26 million increase over 2018 and represents an…

51 Photos: BIMS and MSTP Students Receive Their First White Lab Coats

Photos by Coe Sweet. The UVA Biomedical Sciences (BIMS) Graduate Program Lab Coat Ceremony was held on Feb. 14 in Pinn Hall Conference Center Auditorium. The event was attended by…
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CIC Research in Progress: Jack Cronk "Role of paired self-MHC I receptors in resistance to cytomegalovirus infection"

[MR6, 3rd Floor, Room 3501] Jack Cronk, Grad Candidate Brown Lab Title "Role of paired self-MHC I receptors in resistance to cytomegalovirus infection" Research-in-Progress (RIP) is a place for graduate…
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CANCELLED - (Un)Masking through Mask-Making: Medical Students' Identity Formation

[Pinn Hall Conference Center Auditorium] AOA Lecture of the School of Medicine Co-presented with the AOA Chapter, UVA
Apr
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MIC Seminar - TBD

[Pinn Hall 1-17]
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Carter Symposium - Ion Channels Pores and Transporters in Immunology and Tissue Homeostasis

[Pinn Hall Conference Center] Carter Symposium - Ion Channels Pores and Transporters in Immunology and Tissue Homeostasis
Apr
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CANCELLED-"Biophysical and Molecular Mechanisms of Resurgent Na Current in Neurons" by Indira Raman

[PINN 1-17] Hosted by Adi Narahari/Pharm Students, Indira Raman, PhD is a Professor, Ionic Mechanisms of Neuronal Excitability, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois Information in the nervous system is transmitted by…
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