President Sarah C. Mangelsdorf shares an update for the University community with a special thank-you to all of our frontline employees.
Email notifications have been delivered to categories of faculty, staff, and students who are eligible to receive a COVID vaccination through URMC Employee Health.
Access to the tunnel connecting Helen Wood Hall to Strong Memorial Hospital will be expanding to the evening beginning January 19.
Updated guidelines for University-related travel and personal travel for faculty, staff, postdocs, and students through at least June 30, 2021.
New York State health officials have announced that in-person college instructors/faculty are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
With the ongoing pandemic, health care workers may be experiencing symptoms of moral distress. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, and solutions.
The Medical Center continues rolling out its COVID-19 vaccination plan for clinical employees, which has already provided vaccines to more than 14,000 UR Medicine faculty and staff.
As the latest COVID-19 surge continues, the Sawgrass Surgical Center will close temporarily until January 18. This move frees up Sawgrass staff members to care for patients in our other hospitals.
University research faculty and staff can now apply for access to stored samples from hospitalized COVID-19 patients. Apply by February 1.
Details on the COVID-19 testing and quarantine requirements that many students will need to fulfill before they can begin their in-person spring semester.
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