News : 2011 : March

UHealth supported the Overtown event aimed at curbing violence among youth.

UHealth Helps Overtown Teens Say “CHILL” to Violence

Committed to reducing violence among teenagers, the University and the Miller School participated in the first “CHILL With the Violence Life Maze and Concert” held in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood last week. Presented by the Overtown Community Oversight Board Youth Committee, the full day of activities on March 6 featured workshops, presentations and exhibits by UHealth physicians and other health care professionals.

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Miller School faculty and staff walked to raise funds and awareness for autism at Walk Now for Autism.

Miller School Raises Funds and Awareness for Autism

UHealth Pediatrics and the John P. Hussman Institute for Human Genomics teamed up for Walk Now for Autism on Sunday, February 27, at JC Bermudez Park in Doral.

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From left, Daniel Armstrong, Ph.D., Marta Weeks-Wulf, and Kathy Vergara, M.A.

Debbie School Reunion Celebrates 40 Years of Success

More than 100 alumni, parents, supporters, current and former employees and community partners attended the Debbie School’s first reunion last month, held in honor of the 50th birthday of Debra Jean Segal, the girl for whom the school at the Department of Pediatrics Mailman Center for Child Development was named.

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