Stories from 2014
Not all Hispanics are the same when it comes to drinking Study by Carlos F. Ríos-Bedoya, ScD, MPH, published in recent issue of "Alcohol and Alcoholism"
Humiliation tops list of mistreatment toward med students MSU researchers analyzed AAMC national survey data on student experiences during the clinical portion of medical school
Blood pressure and the prevention of cognitive impairement JAMA Neurology features editorial by Philip Gorelick, MD, MPH
Falling Rock Cafe & Bookstore offers more than just coffee Our very own Senior Associate Dean for Research & Community Engagement, Jeff Dwyer and his wife, Nancy, were recently featured on The Upper Peninsula's ABC 10.
Get growing in the community MSU College of Human Medicine's own David Benjamin talks about the Caledonia Community Garden, a project that teaches sustainability
A disease of mistaken identity RESEARCH: Saleh Aldasouqi, MD, draws more attention to a rare disease through a case study, which followed a young patient displaying classic, yet more pronounced signs of Cushing disease
Can mice mimic human breast cancer? MSU study says ‘yes’ RESEARCH: Eran Andrechek, PhD, has discovered that many of the various models used in breast cancer research can replicate several characteristics of the human disease, especially at the gene level
Outstanding medical student honored with AMA Foundation Minority Scholars Award Nicolas K. Fletcher is one of only ten medical students in the country selected for this award
Cell resiliency surprises scientists RESEARCH: A team led by Kefei Yu, PhD, shows that cells are more resilient in taking care of their DNA than scientists originally thought
Estimating baby's size gets more precise RESEARCH: Dr. Nicole Talge's findings yield a new set of birth weight measurements based on birth records from across the country
Help us claim a Memmy! Show your support by watching these two Med Ball Follies videos submitted to The Memmys
A tribute to our students A video tribute by MSU College of Human Medicine's Office of Academic Affairs to our students. We are HAPPY to be serving in your medical education and proud of all you do!
Second annual Flintstone Challenge 5K Run/Walk Flint campus students host event to raise funds for Flint classrooms
MSU 360 PERSPECTIVE Bradley Burmeister: The Perfect Match
Healthy collaboration: Nursing, pharmacy and medical students learn to work together MLive Grand Rapids Press article
Dean Rappley speaks at Failure:Lab Shares valuable life lessons. Lansing State Journal article
New CME Portal for physicians Sparrow & MSU launch new continuing medical education web-based portal
Match Day - Finding a perfect match Success! 186 College of Human Medicine fourth-year students secured residency appointments!
College of Human Medicine partners with Michigan Department of Corrections Partnership to enhance state's correctional system health care
College of Human Medicine's creative wins 7 Addy Awards Agency team - Extra Credit Projects - captures most awards in show at 16
Charles Steward Mott Foundation makes $9 grant to the College of Human Medicine Funds to support expansion of Michigan State College of Human Medicine and its program in public health in downtown Flint.
MSU awards autism research grants Nigel Paneth co-director of MSU Research on Autism, Intellectual and other Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (RAIND)
Associate Professor Elahe Crockett receives Excellence in Diversity Award Dr. Crockett was honored at the 2014 All-University Excellence in Diversity Awards Ceremony and Reception Feb. 3.
Research: Smoking cessation and mental illness Dr. Eric Achtyes co-authors a study showing that people with serious mental illness have better luck quitting smoking and avoiding relapse through extended treatments using varenicline, a smoking cessation drug, and cognitive behavioral therapy.