April 2017

MSU Med News
 

DEAN BEAUCHAMP

Welcome to the April edition of MSU Med News. This month we visit Match Day, where students—with much anticipation—discover where they will be placed for residency. WATCH THE VIDEO
 

MSU TODAY & MEDIA

SEEKING SOLUTIONS FOR OPIOIDS.

Cara Poland, MD, MSU College of Human Medicine clinical assistant professor and practicing physician at Spectrum Health, is president of the Michigan Society of Addiction Management. She joins doctors statewide in seeking solutions to the opioid epidemic. READ MORE

GRANTS

$847K NIH AWARD AIMS TO IMPROVE PATIENT OUTCOMES.

Joshua Reynolds, MD, MS, assistant professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, and Michael Brown MD, MSc, chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, are co-investigators for a $847,000 NIH award as part of the Michigan network for the “Strategies to Innovate EmeRgENcy Care Clinical Trials Network (SIREN). The national SIREN network aims to improve outcomes for patients with emergent neurologic, cardiac, respiratory, hematologic, and trauma events. MORE GRANTS

PUBLISHED

BIOMARKERS DETECT ALZHEIMER’S.

Carol Janney, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and research collaborators published “Behavioral Treatment for Veterans with Obesity: 24-Month Weight Outcomes” in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, March 7, 2017. MORE RESEARCH

NEWS & EVENTS

WINTER SAFETY.

Traverse City Campus students, Hope Bauer and Marcus Cervantes, visited local elementary schools in Alpena to help teach children about winter safety.

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