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Andrea Feldman

Categories: Welcome

Andrea Feldman is the new administrative secretary for the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences Southwest Campus in Bismarck. She grew up and attended school in Bismarck, N.D., and recently moved back to North Dakota to be closer to family. Andrea was living in Bend, Ore., where she was worked for the Oregon Department […]

From the Dean: Updating Bismarck on our health future

Categories: From the Dean

As I mentioned in last week’s column, we met with Governor Burgum and his executive leadership team yesterday as part of a strategic review process that is utilized by the Governor and the executive branch to plan for North Dakota’s future. First, President Armacost, accompanied by the university’s vice presidents, presented on behalf of UND […]

From the Dean: The place to be for Indigenous health education

Categories: From the Dean

I should begin by noting that earlier this week we celebrated Indigenous Peoples’ Day. As you know, the UND SMHS has made Indigenous health and healthcare – not to mention the education of Indigenous health providers – one of our major goals. Just a month ago, for example, we announced the formation of the world’s […]

Roller named Associate Dean of SMHS Southwest Campus in Bismarck

Categories: News

Dr. Luke Roller, clinical professor of radiology with the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS), has been named Associate Dean for the School’s Southwest Campus in Bismarck. In taking the new position, Roller is vacating his position as chair of the SMHS Department of Radiology and taking that of the recently-retired Dr. A. […]

UND Center for Family Medicine in Bismarck pursues research study on blood-based colorectal cancer screening

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The UND Center for Family Medicine (CFM) in Bismarck is partnering with Beacon Biomedical to study a new blood-based colorectal cancer (CRC) screening test, called BeScreened-CRC, for North Dakota patients. Developed by Beacon Biomedical, this federal Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) test for CRC screening has been on the market for a short time. While its performance has been […]