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Helping paramedics recognize signs of stroke faster

When it comes to strokes, delaying treatment even by minutes can mean the difference between a normal life and permanent disability for a patient, or even life and death. That's why J. Adam Oostema, an MSU College of Human Medicine associate professor of emergency medicine, led a study to shorten the time to treatment for stroke patients. 

Read more about Oostema's work with paramedics to recognize the signs of stroke faster.

See also: Michigan Stroke Transitions Trial helps stroke patients adjust after hospital stays

Donna Tran nominated to attend AAMC leadership development program

Donna Tran, MSII was nominated by the National Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association to attend the Association of American Medical College's (AAMC) inaugural leadership development program called RISE: Developing Future Leaders in Academic Medicine & Science

For 50 selected medical students, RISE provided students critical knowledge and skill-building experiences in core areas vital to both their journey as a medical student and their future as a leader.

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