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SOM Intranet

This is the intranet site for the UCR School of Medicine and contains important information and frequently used content from a variety of departments.

Please note that some content on this website is protected by a CAS login and is only accessible to individuals who are identified as employees of the UCR School of Medicine who have a UCR NetID. Contact Human Resources if you do not have one.


Upcoming SOM Events on UCR Campus Calendar

 

Upcoming Major SOM Events

Listed below are major upcoming events in the School of Medicine. This list is provided for scheduling and reference purposes. A comprehensive calendar of classes and events is available here.


News from the School of Medicine

Surface expressed nucleocapsid protein on infected cells
Novel protective antibody target identified against Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever virus
CCHFV poses a threat to U.S. military personnel and hospital staff as well as residents of a growing number of countries, says UC Riverside biomedical scientist
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Dr. McGowan
Setting Kids and Future Physicians Up for Success
As a child in Botswana, Esther Caroline McGowan, MD, still remembers the love that her mother, a nurse, had for her patients. “That was one of the reasons that I wanted to get into medicine,” recalled McGowan, who is now a pediatrician at UCR Health. “In my mind, everyone deserved to have care from someone like my mom who would treat each patient as if they were part of the family.”
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SOM Students Receive $580,000 in Scholarships from Inland Empire Community Foundation
The Inland Empire Community Foundation (IECF) has awarded $10,000 scholarships to 58 UCR School of Medicine students, for a total gift of $580,000. The awards come from the S.L. Gimbel Foundation Scholarship Fund at Inland Empire Community Foundation, Where Giving Grows, with the goal of supporting low-income students at the UCR SOM.
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Dr. Mario Sims and Dr. Mark Wolfson
New Master of Public Health Program to Start in Fall 2024
The UCR School of Medicine will add a new master of public health (MPH) degree program in fall 2024, adding to its efforts to improve health among the people of Inland Southern California. The two-year program integrates public health expertise from across UCR’s campus, resulting in an in-depth focus on local to global public health problems and solutions. Ultimately, it aims to train a new generation of public health leaders committed to increasing health equity in the Inland Empire.
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Two new campus buildings honored at Riverside beautification awards
UC Riverside’s new School of Medicine building and Student Health and Counseling Center won top awards in the city of Riverside’s annual beautification awards. The two buildings, which both opened last fall, were honored at Riverside Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson’s State of the City address Thursday, Jan. 25, as part of the Keep Riverside Clean and Beautiful Awards.
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Dr. Nair with a student
Training Community Physicians while Conducting Community Research
Many parents teared up at the UCR School of Medicine’s second White Coat Ceremony in 2014, but one in particular stood out to Meera Nair, PhD, an associate professor of biomedical sciences. Her first lab technician, Josiah Chung, MD, had come to work with her to gain more experience before applying to the UCR School of Medicine, his first-choice school—and now he was starting his journey to become a doctor with his family proudly looking on.
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A person's arm is shown getting the vaccine
New vaccine design uses immunity against influenza to offer faster protection against emerging pathogens
Strategy developed by UC Riverside-led research team speeds up production of antibodies against COVID-19
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Dr. Lisa Fortuna
Fortuna to Present Mysell Lecture at Harvard University
Lisa Fortuna, MD, MPH, MDiv, chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at the UC Riverside School of Medicine, has been selected to deliver the prestigious Mysell Lecture at Harvard Medical School on Wednesday March 13, 2024. The lecture is part of Harvard Psychiatry Research Day, a day-long event that includes poster presentations and awards
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