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Med/Peds Faculty

FishD David Fish, MD
 Chief of Medicine Pediatrics, UMass Memorial Medical Center
 Assistant Professor of Medicine

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Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Fellowship:

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Medical School:
Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

Residency:
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Fellowship:

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Medical School:
Albany Medical College, Albany, NY

Residency:
Massachusetts General Hospital


Susie Fine Susan Fine, MD

 Assistant Program Director, Medicine Pediatrics Residency, Westborough
 Assistant Professor of Medicine

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Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
Rhode Island Hospital/Hasbro Children's Hospital

Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
Baystate Medical Center

Fellowship:

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Medical School:
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

Residency:
Baystate Medical Center

Fellowship:

Brown University - Rhode Island Hospital

Medical School:
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY

Residency:
Albany Medical Center


John McCahan, M.D. John McCahan, MD

 Director Medicine Pediatrics Community Practice, Westborough

 Assistant Professor of Medicine

 Clinical Profile

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Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
Baystate Medical Center

Medical School:
University of Rochester School of Medicine, Rochester, NY

Residency:
University of Rochester School of Medicine

Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
University of Chicago Hospital

Medical School:
University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL

Residency:
Baystate Medical Center

Fellowship:

Boston Children's Hospital


Oliveria Paulo Oliveira, MD

 Director, Interventional Pulmonary Procedures and Respiratory Care

 Associate Director, Pulmonary & Critical Care Fellowship Program

 Associate Professor of Medicine

 Clinical Profile

 Academic Profile

Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Fellowship:

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
Baystate Medical Center

Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
Baystate Medical Center

Medical School:
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

Residency:
University of Massachusetts Medical School 

Sours: https://www.umassmed.edu/med_peds/faculty/

Microsoft shutting down LinkedIn app in China amid scrutiny

Microsoft is the latest American tech giant to lessen its ties to the country after years of trying to tailor its services to the demands of government censors.

LinkedIn said it will replace its localized platform in China with a new app called InJobs that has some of LinkedIn's career-networking features but will not include a social feed or the ability to share posts or articles.

Chinese regulators have been escalating a broad crackdown on the internet sector, seeking to exercise greater control over the algorithms used by tech firms to personalize and recommend content. They have also strengthened data privacy restrictions and expanded control over the flow of information and public opinion.

LinkedIn in March said it would pause new member sign-ups on LinkedIn China because of unspecified regulatory issues. China’s internet watchdog in May said it had found LinkedIn as well as Microsoft’s Bing search engine and about 100 other apps were engaged in improper collection and use of data and ordered them to fix the problem.

Several scholars this summer reported getting warning letters from LinkedIn that they were sharing “prohibited content” that would not be made viewable in China but could still be seen by LinkedIn users elsewhere.

Tony Lee, a scholar at Berlin's Free University, told The Associated Press in June that LinkedIn didn't tell him which content was prohibited but said it was tied to the section of his profile where he listed his publications. Among his listed articles was one about the 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square and another comparing Chinese leader Xi Jinping with former leader Mao Zedong.

Lee said Thursday it is “wishful thinking for LinkedIn to maintain its presence in a different form” without social media elements, its distinctive selling point against other online job boards. He said LinkedIn is better off pulling out of the country entirely than “practicing censorship dictated by China” that damages the company's worldwide credibility.

It's been more than seven years since LinkedIn launched a site in simplified Chinese, the written characters used on the mainland, to expand its reach in the country. It said at the time of the launch in early 2014 that expanding in China raised “difficult questions” because it required censoring content, but that it would be clear about how it conducts business in China and undertake “extensive measures” to protect members’ rights and data.

Microsoft, which is based in Redmond, Washington, bought LinkedIn in 2016. LinkedIn doesn't disclose how much of its revenue comes from China, but it reports having more than 54 million members in mainland China, its third-largest user base after the U.S. and India.

“LinkedIn once served a crucial role, as the only social media network on which Chinese and Western colleagues could communicate away from (Chinese Communist Party) censorship and prying eyes," said Eyck Freymann, another scholar who received a censorship notice letter this year, in a text message Thursday.

Freymann, a doctoral student in China studies at Oxford University, said it is “shameful that Microsoft spent months censoring its own users — and, worse, pressuring them to self-censor” but that the company ultimately made the right choice to pull the plug.

Google pulled its search engine out of mainland China in 2010 after the government began censoring search results and videos on YouTube. It later considered starting a censored Chinese search engine nicknamed Project Dragonfly but dropped the idea following internal protest in 2018.

Other U.S.-based social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are blocked within China.

Microsoft's own search engine, Bing, was temporarily blocked in China in early 2019, leading the company's president, Brad Smith, to reveal that executives sometimes have difficult negotiations with the Chinese government over censorship and other demands.

“We understand we don’t have the same legal freedom that we do in other countries, but at the same time, we stick to our guns,” Smith told Fox Business News in January 2019. “There are certain principles that we think it’s important to stand up for, and we’ll go at times into the negotiating room and the negotiations are sometimes pretty darn direct.”

Adding to the sensitivities this year was a massive hack of Microsoft's Exchange email server software that U.S. officials have blamed on criminal hackers associated with the Chinese government.

Sours: https://www.registercitizen.com/news/article/Microsoft-shutting-down-LinkedIn-in-China-16532658.php
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Job title
Senior Sales Executive

Occupational field
Manager: Sales Manager
only 1.3% within Singapore work as Sales Manager

Job functions
Finance, Operations, Sales

LinkedIn profile
linkedin.com/in/susoegl-7ab48ammoa

Experience since 2018
Sales Manager in Singapore

Seniority
Lower Management
18% of Singapore work in Lower Management

Industry
Chemicals, Retail

Company
Nippon Paint Co., Ltd.

Company size
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Website
https://www.nipponpaint.co.jp

LinkedIn Profile
https://linkedin.com/company/nipeaegnt-co-inegeg

Industry
Chemicals

Company Headquarters
Japan, Osaka, OSAKA

What company does Susan Lee work for?
Susan works for Nippon Paint Co., Ltd.

What is Susan Lee's Seniority at Nippon Paint Co., Ltd.?
Susan Lee has been with Nippon Paint Co., Ltd. for a few months and is in Lower Management

What is Susan Lee's role in Nippon Paint Co., Ltd.?
Susan's role is Manager: Sales Manager, Senior Sales Executive

For how long is Susan Lee working as a Senior Sales Executive?
Susan Lee has a few months experience as Senior Sales Executive.

What are Susan Lee's current job functions ?
Susan Lee's job functions are Finance, Operations, Sales

What is Susan Lee's email address?
Susan Lee's work email address is *********@nipponpaint.co.jp

What is Susan Lee's LinkedIn profile ?
Susan Lee's LinkedIn profile can be found at https://linkedin.com/in/sus***-7ab48***

Who are Susan Lee's peers at other companies?
Susan Lee's peers at other companies are Henry Long, Sakshi Sharma, Aditya Lamba, Vishaal Sachdev, Roy Oh, Jonathan Leong, Sameer Kulkarni, Gracie Fraginal.

Who are Susan Lee's colleagues at Nippon Paint Co., Ltd.?
Some of Susan Lee's colleagues are Angela Tea, Mei Lim, Sng Sam, Gerald Chua, Chin Ong, Koh Meng, Davis Ng, Ho Seng.

NIPPON PAINT CO., LTD. is a Chemicals company located in 2-1-2, OYODOKITA, KITA-KU, OSAKA, Osaka, Japan.


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Meet LinkedIn Changemaker Leyla

Susan Lee

Susan is an EY Partner with more than 25 years of experience helping companies manage major transformation efforts and develop high-growth strategies. She is a retail revenue growth management expert with global experience in strategy, sales and marketing.

Prior to joining EY, Susan led a consumer and retail practice for a leading consultancy in North America, and she previously held business development roles for a major Fortune 500 company. She is the author of the eBook “It's Time For eCommerce to Grow Up.” Her comments on retailer dynamics, consumer pricing and shopping behavior have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, ABC News, TIME, Forbes and the Chicago Tribune.

She is also an accomplished lecturer who has spoken at various institutions, including Yale School of Management, Columbia Business School and others. She holds an MBA from MIT Sloan and received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Boston University.

How Susan is building a better working world

Susan is passionate about mentoring and coaching both companies and people. She currently leads EY-Parthenon’s Professional Women’s Network. She is dedicated to helping others achieve their full potential and lead better lives.

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