What does a new study led by researchers at Yale University reveal about diversity and inclusivity in U.S. medical schools? (Hint: One doesn't necessarily guarantee the other.) What public university is teaming up with a for-profit operator in hopes of opening a veterinary college in a state that currently lacks one? Why doesn't the Stanford Univesity School of Medicine intend to follow the lead of several high-profile peers that have waived tuition for all students — even though it just received a $55 million donation to fund scholarships?

Those are just some of the questions answered in the latest edition of The Workup, our monthly briefing for decision-makers who work in and around academic medicine and the health sciences. As always, the newsletter features a roundup of pertinent news headlines, a breakdown of notable personnel moves, and a curated assortment of timely, relevant insights from individuals at the forefront of innovation and discovery.

(Click on the image to the right or attachments below to download or access the newsletter via this link: The Workup: February 2020.)

Those are just some of the questions answered in the latest edition of The Workup, our monthly newsletter for decision-makers in the health sciences. We hope you find The Workup both useful and thought-provoking.

As always, we welcome feedback, comments, and the opportunity to discuss the future needs of your campus.




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