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Jazz, Funk and Pop concert coming to Michigan Medicine

July 17, 2019

The MotorCity3 will play a free concert on Thursday. The MotorCity3 is a trio from Berkley, Michigan that play a variety of jazz standards and jazz/funk/pop from the 1930s to today. Each member has performed in other ensembles and groups for many years in the jazz, rock and blues genres, but it’s the jazz format where they thrive. Cliff Barrer is on guitar, Len Gervasi is on bass and Paul Price plays drums. On Thursday, they will offer a free concert as part of the Michigan Medicine Gifts of Art Summer Courtyard Concert Series. The MHealthy Farmers Market is also…

Calling all golfers: Support UMAISE at upcoming outing

July 17, 2019

Do you love to golf? If so, you can have a day on the links while supporting a vital Michigan Medicine program. The 2019 UMAISE golf outing will be held on Friday, Aug. 23 in Ann Arbor and supports the U-M Adaptive and Inclusive Sports Experience, which proves local and low-cost sports and recreation opportunities throughout the lifespan, as well as adapted equipment for participation by everyone. For instance, UMAISE sponsors the Rollverines wheelchair basketball team and hosts adapting kayaking clinics, tennis, camping and other inclusive events throughout the year. Lunch and dinner will be provided for golfers and fun contests and prizes…

Plan ahead and expect delays: Ann Arbor Art Fair road closures

July 17, 2019

Please be advised that a number of road closures are scheduled in conjunction with the Ann Arbor Art Fair. Plan ahead and expect delays and alert patients if they will be traveling in the area. Here’s what you need to know: From now until 6 a.m. on Monday, July 22, the following streets are likely to be closed:Liberty from South Ashley to South State Street; Ashley Street, Fourth Avenue, Fifth Avenue and Division Street will remain open to through traffic. The Washtenaw Non-Profits will occupy Liberty Street between Fifth Avenue and 200 feet west of Division Street.North University from Fletcher…

MADRC Junior Investigator Mentorship Program seeks applicants

July 16, 2019

The Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (MADRC) is pleased to announce openings in its junior investigator mentoring program. This program has two aims. One, providing junior investigators entering the field of dementia research with a broad education about contemporary dementia research. Two, providing junior investigators with mentoring by experienced investigators in developing competitive grant applications.  The program is a two-year program with the following components: An online curriculum about contemporary dementia research to introduce mentees to basic features of dementias. An individually-tailored mentoring committee of experienced investigators to assist mentees with preparation of competitive grant applications. Participation in the career…

Apply now for Precision Health Graduate Certificate Program

July 16, 2019

The goal of the Precision Health Graduate Certificate is to train a cadre of precision health scientists to apply cutting-edge, multidisciplinary knowledge in the pursuit of improving patient and population health. Designed for Master's and doctoral students enrolled in degree-granting graduate programs at U-M, the Precision Health Graduate Certificate is approved by the Rackham School of Graduate Studies. Students are encouraged to take classes outside their core degree program/department. Completion of the program is expected in 2-4 semesters and requires 12 total credit hours. Apply now! Applications are due Aug. 1 for fall term and Dec. 1 for winter term. Click here fore more…

HITS apprenticeship program applications are now open

July 16, 2019

The Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) Service Desk is searching for students, recent graduates or other qualified workers to join its entry-level apprenticeship program. The program is a partnership between Michigan Medicine and Washtenaw Community College (WCC). Since it began in 2018, the apprenticeship program has had four employees. This fall, however, the program plans to hire at least six apprentices. Apprentices for the Service Desk will provide customer service to the Michigan Medicine community, including clinicians, students, patients and their families. Apprentices also have the opportunity to work in a professional IT department by participating in team meetings…

Acrylic artwork on display at Michigan Medicine

July 15, 2019

Ronaldo Byrd was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and now resides in Burlington, New Jersey with his mother…

Disclose outside interests in M-Inform in July

July 15, 2019

It is time to review and update your job-related outside interest disclosures in M-Inform. Employees who are required to annually disclose job-related outside interests (e.g., executives, managers, faculty, house officers, PAs, APRNs) receive a system email reminder at the beginning of July to kick-off the annual disclosure period.  The email reminder includes a link to M-Inform with instructions on how to complete your disclosure.  Even if you do not have a job-related outside interest, you must still log into M-Inform to complete conflict of interest training and attest to having nothing to disclose. Note that by policy, all employees are required to keep…

Plan ahead and expect delays: Construction, special events to cause road closures

July 15, 2019

Please be advised that a number of construction projects and special events are planned over the next few days that will cause road closures around the area. Plan ahead and expect delays and alert patients if they will be traveling in the area. Here’s what you need to know. From now until 7 p.m. on Friday, July 26, eastbound traffic on Hoover Avenue between Division and State streets is scheduled to be shifted to the north side of the road. Hoover Avenue will continue to be closed to through traffic between Main Street and Greene, and between Greene and the…