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The 2019 Pinn Scholars Are …

Congratulations to the 2019 Class of Pinn Scholars, who were named this December. Pinn Scholars are selected on the basis of their scientific expertise and contributions to the School of Medicine and to the greater research community. They are expected to develop a new project or direction in their research and share their results at an annual symposium. Click the photo to read more.

So grateful to the #QuantitativeFoundation and the Woodriffs for this transformational gift, which will provide a b… https://t.co/0WNxRjZfMQ

Catch up on @MedicineUVA faculty news, from grants to awards to publications, for the week ending January 11:… https://t.co/rjKErOGmjd

UVA SOM Dean's Blog Post: Family Means More Than Blood

One of the greatest gifts our alumni can offer students is to connect students with graduates and trainees. When we talk to alumni, “mentoring students” is always at the top of their list for ways they want to stay engaged and support the School of Medicine. Likewise, students report mentoring as one the greatest services the MAA/MSF provides. Click the photo to read more.

Kyle Trowbridge came to the University in 2007, where he devoted his life to children’s health. Trowbridge is spend… https://t.co/Sv2t7GIdaA

UVA ID is highlighted in this month's "Medicine Matters" the UVA Department of Medicine update. Check out the lates… https://t.co/t3wbNgGMRT

Continuing our efforts to foster a diverse and inclusive environment @uvahealthnews @UVASON @MedicineUVA Accolades:… https://t.co/JPiedQ42KU

Interventional cardiologist Larry Gimple has taught many local kids how to swim, and that's partly why he's among this year's The Daily Progress Distinguished Dozen. Congratulations!

Larry Gimple, MD, Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, has been recognized by Dailyprogress.com as a Distinguished Dozen. In addition to serving as an interventional cardiologist at UVA, Gimple has helped thousands of local youth learn to swim. Read more: https://www.dailyprogress.com/news/dozen/distinguished-dozen-leading-with-his-heart-on-community-health/article_8250c2f8-0bad-11e9-86ab-331ae74136b4.html

Walter Reed, Vivian Pinn and Rebecca Rimel - just a few of the distinguished @Medicine and @UVASON alums on this li… https://t.co/LLdPklN1lj