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URMC clinicians and researchers quickly mobilized to join three clinical trials that provide extra treatment options for some of the sickest COVID-19 patients.

IfeOluwa Adefope '21, Brendon Tran '22, Tsion Eshetu '22, Waleed Nadeem '23, Prajita Shrestha '22, and Helena Schreder '22 in a zoom call grid

体育投注正规网址In an age of physical distancing, how do you get to know your classmates and your University? You fire up Zoom.

Once the COVID-19 virus enters the body, it binds to cells via an enzyme receptor called Angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 (ACE2), pictured here in an artist's rendering. University of Rochester biologists have received NSF grants to study ACE2 and other proteins and enzymes involved in COVID-19 infections.

Rochester biologists are exploring how coronavirus interacts with cellular proteins to cause COVID-19 under a priority National Science Foundation program.

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体育投注正规网址Despite the pandemic, the Greene Center helps connects students with opportunities to pursue life and career interests.

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体育投注正规网址The Greene Center urges graduating seniors to call on the University of Rochester community for ideas and help.

azmia Comrie ’08, Catherine Nguyen-Martinez ’08, Yorda Yenenh ’09, and Asher Perzigian ’09

Alumni who survived the Great Recession of 2008–09 offer advice to the Class of 2020 as they face an economy that’s playing havoc with job opportunities.

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Lift every voice and sing

The  in association with Eastman School of Music recently released its first virtual, full-orchestra video. “Lift every voice and sing” sends a special message of hope and unity, and it features five of our own Eastman alumni. For 27 years, Gateways’ mission has been to connect and support professional classical musicians of African descent and enlighten and inspire communities through the power of performance.

Lift every voice and sing

The  in association with Eastman School of Music recently released its first virtual, full-orchestra video. “Lift every voice and sing” sends a special message of hope and unity, and it features five of our own Eastman alumni. For 27 years, Gateways’ mission has been to connect and support professional classical musicians of African descent and enlighten and inspire communities through the power of performance.

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Frederick Douglass speech still resonates

On July 5, 1852, Frederick Douglass spoke to the Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society in Rochester, New York, and delivered what has become his iconic speech posing the question, “What, to the American Slave, is your Fourth of July?” Hear notable passages of the speech read by faculty, students, and staff in celebration of the University of Rochester’s connection to Frederick Douglass and the city he called home from 1847–1872.

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Content originally posted in 2018

FREDERICK DOUGLASS portrait

Content originally posted in 2018

Frederick Douglass speech still resonates

On July 5, 1852, Frederick Douglass spoke to the Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society in Rochester, New York, and delivered what has become his iconic speech posing the question, “What, to the American Slave, is your Fourth of July?” Hear notable passages of the speech read by faculty, students, and staff in celebration of the University of Rochester’s connection to Frederick Douglass and the city he called home from 1847–1872.

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