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From the Dean: News from Bismarck

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The School’s presentation to the North Dakota Legislature’s Senate Appropriations Committee this past Monday went well. Dave Molmen, CEO of Altru Health System and the chair of the UND SMHS Advisory Council and I presented virtually, utilizing the slides available here. We fielded a few insightful questions from committee members, but none that were problematic. […]

DaCCoTA Community Engagement and Outreach core hosts Tribal IRB Workshop Oct. 6

Categories: Events, Research

Please join the DaCCoTA and UND Indigenous Health and INMED teams via Zoom on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2020, for a day-long Tribal IRB workshop. The workshop will bring together professionals from across the region in an effort to help researchers better navigate the IRB, grant writing and community engagement processes, particularly as they relate to state […]

From the Dean: Remembering Dr. David Gipp

Categories: From the Dean

This past Monday, the UND SMHS Advisory Council reported back to the Interim Higher Education Committee of the North Dakota Legislature, as is customary prior to each legislative assembly session and as required by law. As you might already know, the next session begins Jan. 5, 2021. I testified (virtually), along with Dave Molmen, the […]

UND to offer world’s first doctoral program in Indigenous health

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The State Board of Higher Education made history last week with a vote to approve the first doctoral program in Indigenous health. It’s not only the first such program at UND or in the state. It’s the first in the world. The Ph.D. degree will launch this summer, and prospective students are already inquiring about […]

From the Dean

Categories: From the Dean

Our Indians into Medicine (INMED) program is one to be proud of, but I am especially proud after the recent announcement that the program was one of four recipients of the 2019 Award for Excellence in Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity in Medical Education and Patient Care bestowed by the Alpha Omega Alpha (AΩA) Honor Medical […]

INMED and MPH programs host book signing for faculty at UND Bookstore Nov. 25

Categories: Events

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences Indians Into Medicine and Master of Public Health programs are proud to announce an exciting cross-disciplinary book event. On Monday, Nov. 25, 2019, INMED Assistant Professor Dr. Nicole Redvers will host a book signing for her new title, The Science […]

American Indian Health Research Conference to be held at SMHS Oct. 19

Categories: Events

“Indigenous Health, Research, and Resiliency” is the theme for the seventeenth annual American Indian Health Research Conference (AIHRC), taking place at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences on Saturday, Oct. 19. The keynote speaker for the AIHRC is Nicole Redvers, ND, MPHc, an assistant professor with Indians Into Medicine (INMED) at the School. Redvers is […]

New issue of North Dakota Medicine available now!

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As you may have noticed in your mailbox, or while perusing the display in the SMHS south entrance, the fall 2019 issue of North Dakota Medicine is now available. Stories this issue include: Dr. Wynne’s conversation with AAMC President Dr. David Skorton INMED in the 21st century National Indian Council on Aging Director Larry Curley Third-year med student Marcos Moreno First-year […]

Don Warne to present lead talk in UND Faculty Lecture Series Sept. 25

Categories: Events, News

Donald Warne, MD, MPH, director of the SMHS Indians Into Medicine and Master of Public Health programs, and associate dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, will be the lead speaker in UND’s 2019-20 Faculty Lecture Series. The talk will be held at 4:30 p.m. in Room 7 of the Education building on the UND campus […]

Summer 2019 edition of North Dakota Medicine available now!

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The summer 2019 edition of the SMHS quarterly North Dakota Medicine is available now! This issue focuses on UND’s historic Indians Into Medicine (INMED) program and features stories on the origins of INMED more than 40 years ago, a profile on INMED Director Don Warne, and an interview with INMED alum Dr. Michael LeBeau. Plus […]

SMHS pulls in over $26,000 for INMED and other programs with “UND Gives”

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The UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS), in conjunction with the UND Alumni Association & Foundation (AAF), raised more than $26,000 from dozens of donors as part of the University’s inaugural UND Gives day on April 24, 2019. These funds will be directed primarily to the University’s Indians Into Medicine (INMED) Program. UND […]

What opportunity will you reveal for Indians Into Medicine?

Categories: Events, News

The UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS), in conjunction with the UND Alumni Association & Foundation (AAF), is taking part in an inaugural giving event on Wednesday, April 24 known as UND Gives. UND Gives is a 24-hour online fundraising challenge that aims to rally philanthropic support for UND initiatives, including the SMHS Indians into Medicine (INMED) […]

Warne to present at Indigenous Cardiovascular Health Conference in New Zealand

Categories: News, Research

Fresh from his visit to St. Thomas More College within the University of Saskatchewan for the 2019 People Around the World conference “Planetary Health: Connecting food, people and the planet,” Dr. Don Warne, Director of the INMED and Public Health programs at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences, has learned he has been […]

INMED welcomes Siobhan Wescott, MD, MPH, as new assistant director

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The Indians into Medicine (INMED) program at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences would like to welcome Siobhan Wescott, MD, MPH, as the program’s new assistant director. Dr. Wescott formerly taught in the Department of Public Health at North Dakota State University in American Indian Public Health. She is Athabascan […]