Donations needed for LMU international rotations in Costa Rica and Uganda
The 12th annual international rotation for fourth year medical students of the Leadership in Medicine for the Underserved (LMU) Certificate Program based at the MSU College of Human Medicine's Flint campus is fast approaching. Seventeen LMU students will be traveling to the underserved areas of Costa Rica and Uganda to learn about and experience international health care for a structured 8 weeks in January-February 2015. They are seeking supplies and/or monetary donations (for care of patients/communities) to support their endeavors.
Caroling at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital
On December 15, students and staff went caroling at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital.
Grand Rapids Biomedical Research Center
Michigan State University Board of Trustees today authorized the demolition of the former Grand Rapids Press Building located on property MSU acquired in 2012. The image above is from a 1964 bulletin, the same year the College of Human Medicine was founded. The Grand Rapids Press property is the site of MSU’s proposed Grand Rapids Biomedical Research Center.
Students bring holiday cheer to The Willows
Seven College of Human Medicine students went caroling at The Willows at East Lansing on December 2. They went door to door singing Christmas tunes. Many residents asked for encores! The hearts of the medical students were equally warmed by the holiday cheer.
College of Human Medicine Debuts Expansion in Downtown Flint
Watch the November 11th presentation "How Community Resources Can Meet the Needs of Our Veterans and Their Families" with Army Captain Nicholas Anderson. VIEW PRESENTATION
Students organize bone marrow drive
Students from the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association and Student National Medical Association hosted a bone marrow drive with Be The Match at Secchia Center on October 29. During the event, thirty new potential donors registered with the National Marrow Donor Program. Through a cheek swab, each donor's tissue type was filed for a potential match with a bone marrow transplant patient. This simple process can make a big impact in the life of someone with blood cancer, a diagnosis that occurs every four minutes in the United States.
Medical students experience Flint cultural community
Adriane Marchese, Lauren Marchese and Bernadene Jayasundera were among third and fourth-year medical students who participated in the Amazing Race sponsored by the Flint Cultural District. The event offered students a much-needed break while learning about Flint's cultural destinations. READ MORE (Photo credit: Mlive.com)
Congratulations Dr. Lipscomb!
Dr. Lipscomb and her family receive Family Matters Award presented by the Lansing nonprofit organization Building Child and Family Initiatives. READ MORE
MSU College of Human Medicine 1964–2014
The Outdoor Advertising Association of America featured the College of Human Medicine's 50th anniversary billboards in a recent publication.
MSU Rx and Andrew D. Hunt, MD, Endowed Lectureship
In memory of former Dean W. Donald Weston
This is our story
The MSU College of Human Medicine 50th Anniversary. WATCH THE VIDEO.
TIP Student Spotlight: Jarred Utter, MS4 READ MORE
TIP Student Spotlight: Tiffany Burns, MD READ MORE
TIP Student Spotlight: Farhan Bhatti, MD READ MORE
Faculty Spotlight: David Klee, MD READ MORE
Faculty Spotlight: Henry Barry, MD READ MORE
Faculty Spotlight: John vanSchagen, MD READ MORE
Faculty Spotlight: Andrea Wendling, MD READ MORE
Faculty Spotlight: Raza Haque, MD READ MORE
Melissa Alafros is in the MD/PhD program and her dissertation research is in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and in collaboration with the University of Zambia. The population she is focusing on is HIV-positive individuals in Lusaka, Zambia, examining the intersection of HIV and epilepsy. READ MORE
Faculty Spotlight: Steve Roskos, MD READ MORE
Student Christopher Adams tells an inspiring story about his mentor in caring for the underserved. READ MORE
Thanks to all who participated in our Fourth Annual Alumni Weekend at the College of Human Medicine.
MSU Board of Trustees approves BIO ENGINEERING RESEARCH facility. READ MORE
Safeguards needed for tissue donors: Dr. Tom Tomlinson READ MORE
The College of Human Medicine is designing an exciting and innovative curriculum. READ MORE
Dr. Janet Osuch shares pictures from her trip to Antarctica. SEE VIDEO
MSU College of Human Medicine scientist Timothy J. Collier, Ph.D., has received the 2012 Bernard Sanberg Memorial Award for Brain Repair from the American Society of Neural Therapy and Repair. READ MORE