Formerly known as NJMS E-News, INSIDE NJMS is an online news publication that provides updates on activities, events, honors, and accomplishments of New Jersey Medical School's faculty, students and staff. Send your topic ideas and photos to the NJMS Marketing and Communications Department at njmsmarketing@umdnj.edu. Please identify each person in the photo and each person's title should be included. Should you have questions, contact LaCarla Donaldson or Iveth Mosquera, of the NJMS Department of Marketing and Communications, at 973-972-1216.

   

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NJMS Welcomes Youth Ambassador Program

Tia Manning, MD’07, associate professor of pediatrics and Maria L. Soto-Greene, MD’80, vice dean of NJMS delivered welcome addresses to Newark high school students who took part in this year’s Youth Ambassador Program. Click Here to learn more.

 


HCOE

Summer Youth Scholars Program

Each year, the Hispanic Center of Excellence (HCOE) offers a six-week academic enrichment Summer Youth Scholars Program (SYSP) for high school students from throughout New Jersey interested in careers in the health sciences. Click Here to learn more.


Sports Camp

Sports Leadership Camp

The NJMS Public Health Research Institute (PHRI) provided a Sports Leadership Camp at Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz High School for Newark public high school students. Click Here to learn more.


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Networking with NJMS

NJMS faculty and students gathered for a mixer at the Martini 494 Bistro and Bar in Newark sponsored by the Student National Medical Association (SNMA), the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA), and the New Jersey Medical Association (NJMA). Click Here to learn more.


NJMS Network

ALIVE AND KICKN

Jim Boyce, director of IT@NJMS, combined his passion for increasing colorectal cancer awareness with his love of soccer during the 2nd annual AliveAndKickathon, a 24-hour soccer marathon that was held in Ridgefield Park. Organized by David Dubin, founder of AliveAndKickn, the event is geared towards increasing awareness of colorectal cancer and raising funds for research. Click here to learn more about this organization and to view the trailer of AliveAndKickn, which won Best Documentary at the Northeast Film Festival, presented at the Rutgers NJ Film Festival.

 


PHRI Program

PHRI Summer Program Graduation

The PHRI Summer High School Research Internship Program graduated 14 participating students as they completed six weeks of lab research of various topics with the assistance of their own Principal Investigators and mentors. Each year the program serves minority high school students and their science teachers who live in or near Newark. Click Here to learn more.