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December 14, 2009—Kathy Matt, dean of the College of Health Sciences at the University of Delaware, has been appointed to leadership positions in two partnership programs that she sees as key to promoting health research and education in Delaware.
December 11, 2009—A team that includes two researchers from the University of Delaware's School of Nursing -- Paula Klemm, professor of nursing, and Veronica Rempusheski, the Jeanne K. Buxbaum Chair of Nursing Science -- has been awarded a two-year, $600,000 grant to conduct research aimed at supporting older adults affected by cancer and their caregivers in Delaware.
December 9, 2009—The University of Delaware's Board of Trustees got a firsthand look at the largest single property acquisition in the history of the institution during its semiannual meeting, held Tuesday, Dec. 8, at the former Chrysler assembly plant on South College Avenue in Newark.
November 11, 2009—Christiana Care's pioneering role in significantly reducing Delaware's cancer rate will be in the national spotlight at a prestigious medical conference.
May 6, 2009—Dr. Barbara Alving, director of the National Center for Research Resources of the National Institutes of Health, shared her views on the agency's Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSAs) at a symposium at the University of Delaware on Wednesday, May 6.
March 25, 2009—Implementing the goals of providing first-class heath research and service as identified in the new Delaware Health Sciences Alliance was the subject of a panel discussion during the "Stronger Health-Based Partnerships" conference, held Tuesday, March 24, in Clayton Hall.
March 24, 2009—Keynote addresses by Delaware Gov. Jack Markell and Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House of Representatives and founder of the Center for Health Transformation, anchored the program for a health sciences conference at the University of Delaware.
March 25, 2009—The University of Delaware's daylong "Stronger Health-Based Partnerships" conference on March 24 featured three afternoon sessions - a presentation by a Congressional health care adviser and two panel discussions - on the future of health care.
Sept. 12, 2008—A new Partnership in Health Education between the University of Delaware and Thomas Jefferson University (Jefferson) builds on a long, successful history of collaboration in health care education and marks the first of what may be several partnerships between the two institutions.