HWCOM In The News-January 2022

January 31, 2022Cannabis Not Linked to Heart Abnormalities among Middle-Aged People Says New StudyHWCOM researchersCannabis January 29, 2022Young Floridians say, ‘Look Up’ and embrace the power of the sunDr. Cheryl HolderTampa Bay Times January 12, 2022Not Your Average Orange Soda: A Sip of CompassionMackenzie Mayhew, M4in-Training January 11, 2022Pruebas caseras de COVID-19 serán cubiertas por […]

HWCOM In The News: December 2021

December 30, 2021People scramble to get tested for COVID-19 after new sites openDr. Aileen MartyWTSP, Tampa December 25, 2021Florida COVID update: State sets another new record for single-day case increaseDr. Aileen MartyMiami Herald December 22, 2021Top 20 FIU News stories of 2021Dr. Eneida RoldanFIU News December 20, 2021Nationally recognized FIU physician provides faculty development to […]

Dr. Rothe receives national award in child and adolescent psychiatry

Dr. Eugenio Rothe, professor in the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, is being recognized nationally for his commitment and contributions to child and adolescent psychiatry. The American Psychiatric Association, the largest psychiatric association in the world, is honoring Rothe with its 2022 Agnes Purcell McGavin Award for Prevention. The […]

HWCOM In the News- November 2021

November 30, 20215 holiday budgeting tips for college studentsHWCOMHubBiz November 29, 2021The Silent TearsSamantha Rodriguez, M4in-Training November 26, 2021Omicron is ‘most worrisome variant we have seen so far,’ expert saysDr. Aileen MartyWPLG, Miami November 23, 2021University breaks fundraising record on Give Miami Day 10th anniversaryDr. Juan C. CendanFIU News November 22, 2021A year later, AMA […]

HWCOM’s 2021 FIU Faculty Convocation Award Winners

Five of our faculty members were honored this year with the 2021 FIU Faculty Convocation Award. The recipients were selected by the Faculty Senate Awards and Honorary Degree Committee in recognition of their “significant achievements” in teaching, librarianship, and service. Congratulations to the HWCOM honorees who are making a REAL difference. Excellence in TeachingFerdinand Gomez, […]

HWCOM In the News-October

Otober 28, 2021Palm Bay woman battles illness with positive attitude, inner strengthDr. Cheryl HolderSenior Life October 27,2021“New FIU college of medicine elective focuses on LGBTQ health”Juan Oves, M4Florida Politics7 systems launching residency programsFIU/VA Residency ProgramBecker’sWill there be another COVID surge?Dr. Aileen MartyWGN Radio, Chicago, IL October 26, 2021COVID-19 Booster Shots More Popular in Florida Than […]

Medical student receives fellowship award to study racial disparities in health outcomes of gunshot victims

2021 is on track to be a record-breaking year for gun deaths in the United States. So far this year, more than 12-thousand people have died from gunshot wounds (not including suicides), according to the online Gun Violence Archive. And the CDC reports that Black/African American communities are disproportionately affected by gun violence. Amidst this […]

New roles for Dr. Amalia Landa-Galindez and Dr. Jorge Camilo Mora

Two of our faculty members are taking on new and vital roles at the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. Dr. Amalia Landa-Galindez has graciously agreed to serve as Interim Chair of the Department of Translational Medicine.  Dr. Landa-Galindez is an internist specializing in primary disease prevention, women’s health, and cardiovascular and rheumatologic disorders. In addition to […]

HWCOM In The News-September 2021

September 31, 2021Medical graduates will care for veterans at FIU’s new residency training programHWCOMNewsbreak September 30, 2021Medical graduates will care for veterans at FIU’s new residency training programHWCOMFIU NewsFlorida International University launches new residency training program at VA facilityHWCOMBecker’s Hospital ReviewMedical graduates will care for veterans at FIU’s new residency training programHWCOMSouth Florida Hospital News […]

HWCOM In The News- August 2021

August 31, 2021Florida Alters COVID-19 to Show Artificial Decline in DeathsDr. Aileen MartyGoverningFlorida changed its COVID-19 data, creating an ‘artificial decline’ in recent deathshttps://www.miamiherald.comDr. Aileen MartyMiami HeraldPersonas deben esperar 8 meses para vacuna de refuerzoDr. Eneida RoldanTelemundo51, Miami August 30, 2021To fly or not to fly: Travelers weigh the risk of getting sick – or […]