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April 2021
Student awards cap year of resilience
Student awards cap year of resilience

The coronavirus pandemic altered routines around the world, including the way medical students learn to become our future physicians, but it didn’t stop the Class of 2021 from completing a successful fourth year. A total of 43 students finished with at least one honor inscribed beside their names, with the entire class earning a special distinction.

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First-year student Kortum finds renewed drive through volunteering
First-year student Kortum finds renewed drive through volunteering

Spencer Kortum shares his account as a first-year student amidst the pandemic and how volunteering at FSU PrimaryHealth's COVID-19 vaccine rollout renewed his drive to finish the challenging year.

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College of Medicine is nation's most selective medical school, again
College of Medicine is nation's most selective medical school, again

For the second consecutive year, the FSU College of Medicine is the nation’s most selective medical school for admissions among schools ranked by U.S. News & World Report, according to data collected by the publication.

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IMS graduates 97 future health professionals; largest class to date
IMS graduates 97 future health professionals; largest class to date

Ninety-seven future health professionals from the Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences program crossed the stage at an FSU commencement ceremony on Sunday, April 18. 

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Terracciano identifies link between Parkinson's disease and neuroticism
Terracciano identifies link between Parkinson's disease and neuroticism

Professor of Geriatrics Antonio Terracciano and his team have found that the personality trait neuroticism is consistently associated with a higher risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.

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College of Medicine in the news
College of Medicine in the news

The College of Medicine recently announced a partnership with the St. Joe Company and Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare to build a health care campus in Panama City Beach. The med school and TMH are also discussing the establishment of an academic medical center. Catch up on those and dozens of other recent news items featuring the College of Medicine, its faculty, staff, students and programs.

 

 

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Upcoming Events
May
4
UF CTSI Precision Health Forum: The Future is Now
9 a.m. - 10 a.m.
May
16
M.D. Class of 2021 Commencement
3 p.m.
Dean's Message, April 2021

"As we bring this academic year to a close, I just want to thank each of you for your heroic efforts during an extraordinary year of lockdowns, quarantines, and national turbulence. We are starting this month to attend graduation dinners at our regional campuses for the M.D. Class of 2021, a first indication that things are starting to return to normal. And on May 16, we will celebrate the class’s graduation in the Tucker Center – socially distanced, but together."

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Students, faculty and staff recognized at university-wide Leadership Awards Night

April 2021

College of Medicine students, faculty and staff were recognized during the university’s annual Leadership Awards Night Tuesday, April 6.

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Brown is first recipient of the Van Vessem, M.D. Memorial Scholarship

March 2021

Medical student Jimmy Brown, who grew up in the Panhandle town of Hosford, was selected as the first recipient of the Nancy Van Vessem, M.D. Memorial Scholarship.

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