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Graduates will now head to 38 U.S. states and two Canadian provinces to begin their residency training in 19 different specialties
In the past months, Dr. Branche has shifted her research focus to the COVID-19 pandemic, including a federally funded study of the immune response to the disease.
From his service-learning work to address Zika prevention on Sint Maarten, to his contributions to the field of pathology as recognized by the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), Dr. Kanakis' achievements throughout medical school are a testament to his passion for medicine and dedication to the community.
For fourth-year medical student Sara Stewart, COVID-19 has been a scary wakeup call — and a push to jump into action to help the doctors, nurses, and healthcare workers behind the layers of protective equipment who form the backbone of the coronavirus fight.
Priyanka Jain, MD ‘15 can pinpoint the day that everything in the hospital changed, as if “someone had snapped their fingers.”
As chairman of the Obstetrics and Gynecology department at Brooklyn Hospital Center, Dr. Erroll Byer Jr. is at the forefront of the efforts to keep mother and child safe amid the ongoing threat of the novel coronavirus.
As you’ve been keeping up with the news on the COVID-19 pandemic, you’ve likely come across a quote or seen an interview with AUC alumnus Dr. Amesh Adalja.
Current and former Adtalem Global Education colleagues David and Phyllis Stowe are producing face masks for those in need during the current COVID-19 healthcare pandemic.
Staff physicians from Sint Maarten Medical Center and Louis Constant Fleming Medical Center completed a two-day Continuing Medical Education program on the use of point-of-care ultrasound to treat patients.