Tag Archives: South

School of Medicine officially welcomes the Class of 2024 to Wayne State – The South End

Dean Mark E. Schweitzer, M.D., addresses the students at one of several sessions hosted by the School of Medicine’s Office of Student Affairs, at Chevrolet Plaza in Detroit. For Jacob Hoofman, the feeling of being one giant leap closer to his dreams is “one of the greatest feelings in the world.” Hoofman grew up in… Read More »

COVID-19 Cases Rebound Across the South and West

Linda Bell, MD, state epidemiologist, South Carolina. Cyrus Shahpar, MD, medical epidemiologist; director, Prevent Epidemics Team, Resolve to Save Lives, New York City. Carlos Del Rio, MD, professor and chair, Department of Global Heath, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta. Sarah Fortune, MD, professor of immunology and infectious diseases, Harvard… Read More »

How much is a south beach diet

Let me back up a bit: Looking for a challenge, I had started a job that promised to put all my experience to the test. A ton of meetings are held at my office, with bagels, sandwiches, and pastries often left over. Before starting this job, I’d followed a paleo eating plan for a couple… Read More »

32 “Transformative Grants” Awarded to Groups Fighting HIV in the Deep South

The Gilead COMPASS Initiative awarded Transformative Grants to 32 nonprofits battling the HIV epidemic in the South. Together, the recipients represent all nine states in the deep South, and they’re focused on reducing stigma, building organizational capacity, addressing HIV-related disparities in the South and promoting well-being, mental health and trauma-informed care. An overview of the… Read More »