$8.5M NIH grant helps Mt. Hope Family Center continue work preventing & addressing child abuse, neglect
The University of Rochester’s Mt. Hope Family Center has been awarded a multimillion-dollar grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health for the TRANSFORM Center. TRANSFORM (Translational Research that Adapts New Science For Maltreatment) is a national resource center that conducts research, disseminates discoveries and builds on research and best practices to help train the […]
Finger Lakes Community College debuted a video series on mental health this week, with a focus on youth.
A Rochester-based private duty aging life care management company has acquired the care management practice of Syracuse-based Inspire Care of Central New York.
Jett Mehta of Indus Hospitality Group has donated $1 million to the Sands-Constellation Heart Institute at Rochester Regional Health.
A Rochester health center received a gold level award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for exemplary support to breastfeeding mothers.
Rochester Institute of Technology is offering a new bachelor’s degree in neuroscience beginning this fall.
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield invites nonprofit organizations to apply for 2023 Health Equity Innovation Award funding.
Northeast College of Health Sciences is now accepting applications for winter 2024 enrollment in its new massage therapy certificate program.
Researchers will assess 90 adults with definite or probable concussion diagnoses over a two-year period. Each person enrolled will be seen and evaluated within 48 hours of the initial impact, then seven days and six months later.
Members of the Rochester area’s fast-growing Latino community have been ignored, silenced and marginalized, leading to glaring health inequities, according to a new report.
The portable CPR kiosk – only the second in the nation – brings critical training opportunities to residents of the Rochester and Finger Lakes region and could potentially improve the bystander response rate, UR Medicine leaders said.
The vote showed that 90.4 percent of the nurses were in favor of the strike, with 472 voting yes and 50 voting no. The hospital employs roughly 900 registered nurses.