The Florida State University College of Medicine
-- where students such as Amanda Sautter, left, get
countless clinical experiences -- is not just in
Tallahassee. This medical school has campuses in six Florida communities and clinical training sites
in both Florida and Georgia.
Not so long ago John Thrasher spoke amid earthmovers as construction
began on the
College of Medicine building that's named for him. Now it's anniversary time: Ten years
after the bill-signing that created this school, we have
much to celebrate.
Faculty members continue to gain attention and gather honors for their publications, presentations,
research and more. Catch up on the
latest achievements and the other latest news concerning the College of Medicine's
Whether they're healing and learning around the world (such as Natasha
Demehri, shown here in Uganda) or winning praise for their academics and
leadership, College of Medicine students continue to thrive. Read about the
students in the news.
Pictured here is a lighter moment from the Class of 2005's early days. The members of
that first class will be the special guests in April at the
annual reunion for College of Medicine and PIMS alumni. Also in the news is
yet another graduate who has been named a chief resident.
Take a look.