Dozens of physicians, nurses, social workers, and law enforcement officers heard about Florida’s alarming human trafficking cases on Friday during the “Human Trafficking: An Emerging Epidemic” conference organized by Miller School students. The daylong symposium was aimed at educating first responders about the growing problem of the illicit trade in humans for the purpose of forced labor or commercial sex.
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Leading scientists from around the world presented their latest findings on cellular, molecular and genetic approaches to treating cancer at the Miami Winter Symposium 2015, “Towards Personalized Cancer Medicine,” on January 18-21 at the Hyatt Regency Miami.
With an eye toward providing new opportunities for medical students and expanding its presence in Broward County, the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine celebrated its new joint residency program with longtime community partner Holy Cross Hospital.
More than 150 guests recently gathered at Romero Britto’s South Beach art gallery to mark the fifth-year anniversary of the devastating Haiti earthquake. The event was organized by Barth Green, M.D., FACS, professor and Chair of Neurological Surgery, to acknowledge the heroes who served more than 30,000 critically ill and injured patients over the four months following the earthquake.