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In the Community
Serving the world we live in is a vitally important mission of The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont. The College is a key partner with state leaders in finding solutions for the issues that affect patients, populations and policy, and many of our programs serve as national models of excellence.
Community Medical School is a series of evening medical science lectures led by UVM College of Medicine/The University of Vermont Medical Center faculty experts. Free and open to the public, Community Medical School is held on the first Tuesday of each month in Carpenter Auditorium in UVM's Given Building from 6:00-7:30 pm, including a Q+A Session.
A three-pound human super computer was the focus of the Vermont Brain Bee, held Saturday, February 18 at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont. The event attracted 40 students from 10 high schools across the state – a record in the Vermont Brain Bee’s eight-year history – who eagerly participated in ...
Targeted cancer treatments can be more effective in treating cancer cells, often in conjunction with traditional therapies, and the University of Vermont Medical Center is working toward using individual patient's complete genetic information to inform their health and care. On December 6, Deborah Leonard, M.D., Ph.D., professor ...