The Women and Minority Leadership and Professional Development Symposium — a first-of-its-kind interdisciplinary event sponsored by the Miller School of Medicine’s Women in Academic Medicine (WIAM) organization — attracted more than 300 professionals on May 13 for a day of medical-career-oriented advice and inspiration at the University of Miami’s Shalala Student Center.
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In keeping with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s longstanding commitment to community service, a group of medical students has begun an initiative that reaches out to the senior veterans at the Miami Veterans Affairs Healthcare System. Their organization, Operation: Veteran Engagement (OVE), organizes weekly recreational activities at the Community Living Center at the Miami VA.
A new clinical trial for hepatocellular cancer, the most common form of liver cancer in the U.S., was recently launched at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of UHealth – the University of Miami Health System. The Phase II trial, led by Sylvester liver cancer specialist Lynn G. Feun, M.D., seeks to enroll hepatocellular cancer patients who have advanced, unresectable disease.