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Biologist honored with NSF award

Biologist honored with NSF award

January 10, 2014

Sina Ghaemmaghami has been recognized for “exemplifying the role” of teacher-scholar.

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Nobel laureate to speak at URMC

Nobel laureate to speak at URMC

January 6, 2014

Thomas Cech will deliver two talks in conjunction with the school’s third annual Medical Scientist Research Symposium.

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What does compassion sound like?

What does compassion sound like?

December 26, 2013

Researchers believe they are the first to systematically quantify compassionate words and actions in doctor-patient interactions.

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Vertebrate of the Year!

Vertebrate of the Year!

December 23, 2013

“Here at the University, the naked mole rat seems like it has been the Vertebrate of the Year for several years,” said President Seligman.

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HIV Patient Self-Care via iPod

HIV Patient Self-Care via iPod

December 18, 2013

Kevin Fiscella will lead a team in studying how to reduce disparities and improve empowerment among HIV patients.

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Quitting Smoking – in the Hospital

Quitting Smoking – in the Hospital

December 10, 2013

The Wilmot Cancer Center’s new program gives smokers the tools they need to help quit while in the hospital.

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Earn a Master’s in Photo Preservation

Earn a Master’s in Photo Preservation

December 4, 2013

The University and George Eastman House is jointly offering a new master’s degree in Photographic Preservation and Collections Management (PPCM).

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Using 3D Digital Archeology to Preserve Cultural Heritage

Using 3D Digital Archeology to Preserve Cultural Heritage

December 2, 2013

Researchers will outline current work and cutting-edge applications in virtual archaeology and the digital humanities.

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New Brain Device Counteracts Epileptic Seizures

New Brain Device Counteracts Epileptic Seizures

December 2, 2013

URMC was one of only 28 sites in the country to conduct clinical trials of a new implantable medical device, called the Responsive Neurostimulator System (RNS).

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Secret to Peanut-Shaped Star Orbits Peeled Away

Secret to Peanut-Shaped Star Orbits Peeled Away

November 27, 2013

Alice Quillen, professor of astronomy, and collaborators have created a mathematical model of what might be happening at the center of the Milky Way.

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