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RFA on cancer projects from the DaCCoTA Professional Development Core

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The goal of the Dakota Cancer Collaborative on Translational Activity (DaCCoTA) is to stimulate growth of expertise and engagement in cancer-related clinical and translational research (CTR) in the Dakota region. The collaborative’s Professional Development Core is currently seeking proposals for the following funding mechanisms: DaCCoTA Scholars Program – The purpose of this award is to […]

From the Dean: ‘Cross-over,’ COVID, and commencement

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We now have reached the “cross-over” phase of the North Dakota legislative session where bills that originated in one chamber are passed over to the other chamber for consideration. In the case of the funding bill for the UND SMHS that is contained in the higher education budget (SB 2003), the bill (which passed without […]

From the Dean: So far, so good in Bismarck

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Here is some promising news regarding the School’s budget submission to the North Dakota Legislative Assembly (Legislature) that currently is being considered by the Senate Appropriations Committee. The Committee just released a status report of its current thinking about the North Dakota University System (NDUS) budget request, of which the UND SMHS is one important […]

NDAD to host virtual sessions on NIH “All of Us” program Feb. 24 and 25

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The North Dakota Association for the Disabled (NDAD) is co-hosting an interactive presentation about the National Institute of Health’s “All of Us” research program on Feb. 24 and 25. At the two events, NDAD staff will share the goal of All of Us, which is to accelerate breakthroughs in health research. The virtual event features […]

SMHS Advisory Council publishes Sixth Biennial Report on health in North Dakota

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The UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) Advisory Council, a legislatively mandated group of 16 stakeholders connected to North Dakota’s health care enterprise, has published the School’s Sixth Biennial Report: Health Issues for the State of North Dakota. Highlights from the Report include: Although North Dakotans have a lower prevalence of diabetes than the rest of […]

Holiday 2020 North Dakota Medicine magazine now available

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The Holiday 2020 issue of North Dakota Medicine is now available, online and in paper format. This issue features stories on: The UND Occupational Therapy Department’s doctoral program Revisions underway in the SMHS medical curriculum The travels of Center for Rural Health Associate Director Jacqueline Gray First-year med student and first Indigenous class president Megan Corn Colin Combs’s […]

Dakota Feist

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Dakota Feist is a simulator technician at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences in Grand Forks. As a simulator technician, Dakota is responsible for the programming, maintenance, repair, and operation of the computerized human patient simulators, or manikins. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science degree from UND. “A background […]

ACP and SHM North Dakota Chapters announce 2020 poster winners

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The North Dakota Chapters of American College of Physicians and Society of Hospital Medicine are pleased to announce the winners of our annual poster competition. All posters can be viewed here. The winners, by category, are: ACP Research Winner – Connor J. Schweitzer and Austin J. Hewitt, fourth-year medical students, for “Assessing the relationship of […]

Scholarships available for 2021 Dakota Conference

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Scholarship funds are available to cover registration costs for the Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health through the State Office of Rural Health grant program at the Center for Rural Health. The funds will cover the conference registration fee only; hotel, travel, preconference, and banquet costs are not covered. Preference will be given to […]

ACP North Dakota Chapter announces 2020 awards

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The American College of Physicians North Dakota Chapter is proud to announce award winners from its annual virtual meeting to be held on Friday, Oct. 16, 2020. The Laureate Award was presented to Dr. Neville Alberto. The Laureate Award honors Fellows and Masters of the College who have demonstrated by their example and conduct an abiding […]

Dr. Warne to be given North Dakota Fostering Diversity in Medicine award by ND ACP

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The Indians Into Medicine (INMED) and Master of Public Health (MPH) programs are thrilled to announce that the North Dakota Chapter of the American College of Physicians (ND ACP) has awarded Dr. Donald Warne, director of the INMED and MPH programs, the “North Dakota Fostering Diversity in Medicine” award for 2020! This award recognizes individuals […]

From the Dean: A successful restart to the semester depends on us all

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The recent trend in North Dakota of new COVID-19 cases is troubling, especially given the upcoming start of the fall semester for most UND students – especially undergraduates – next week. The number of active cases in the state has increased rapidly and worryingly in the recent past. Given the plan to restart face-to-face instruction […]

Holiday 2019 North Dakota Medicine magazine now available!

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As you may have noticed in your mailbox, or while perusing the displays in the SMHS or our website, the Holiday 2019 issue of North Dakota Medicine is now available! Features this issue include stories on: Second Year INMED student Emily Falcon and her physician-father Gilbert Med student Pranish Kantak’s effort to build a student-run free clinic in Grand Forks Drs. […]