Stories from 2011
The College of Human Medicine is now accepting applications for The Integrated Medical School and Family Medicine Residency Program (TIP) Deadline is March 1, 2012, for the transitional fourth-year medical school experience that continues into residency.
Jeffrey Dwyer receives Key Partner Award from MSU Extension Jeffrey Dwyer, Ph.D., professor of family medicine and associate dean for research and community engagement in MSU College of Human Medicine, received a Key Partner Award from MSU Extension during its annual Fall Extension Conference.
Dr. Nickoloff joins Stand Up To Cancer's melanoma dream team Michigan State University College of Human Medicine's Brian Nickoloff, M.D., and two Van Andel Research Institute scientists are joining 47 other top cancer researchers nationwide on a Stand Up to Cancer Dream Team tasked with a $6 million project to find therapies for a deadly form of melanoma with few treatment options.
College of Human Medicine expands public health program in Flint Move helps region tackle public health needs; recruitment of top public health researchers announced for downtown Flint.
First year students display reflective projects for "Introduction to Patient-Physician" course, Friday, 11/18, MSU Radiology/Student Learning Center, 2p-5p.
DETROIT FREE PRESS OP ED Dean Rappley and the Deans of Michigan's other six medical schools speak out on the physicians shortage and vital need for graduate medical education funding.
Robert M. Heavenrich, MD, endowed lecture Oct. 27 Sarah Long, MD, presents 8:00 a.m. Pediatric Grand Rounds “Pertussis: Persisting, Perplexing Problem," at 8am, Sparrow Hospital Auditorium, Lansing.