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From left, Karl H. Muench, M.D., with Michael Muench, M.D.

Dr. Michael Muench Receives Chairman’s Award at Family Medicine Residency Graduation Ceremony

July 19, 2016

When Michael Muench, M.D., attended the June 25 graduation ceremony marking the completion of his three-year family medicine residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital, he had two additional reasons to be proud of his accomplishment. First, his father, Karl H. Muench, M.D., a member of the Miller School of Medicine faculty since 1965, was there to congratulate him.

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Laurence B. Gardner, M.D., addressing first-year students at orientation.

Medical Education: A Tradition of Innovation Continues

June 21, 2016

For 25 years, Mark T. O’Connell, M.D., played a leading role in guiding the Miller School of Medicine’s innovative approach to medical education. In the past year, the school’s medical education leaders have continued O’Connell’s tradition of innovation, while planning a new state-of-the-art teaching and learning facility to replace and markedly enhance the current educational facilities.

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At right, Stephen Martell, E.M.T.-P., a core instructor at the Gordon Center, takes students through a simulation scenario involving exposure to a vesicant, or blistering agent.

Gordon Center Conducts Terrorism-Response Training for Miller School Students

June 21, 2016

Delivering emergency care to victims of a terrorist attack is a challenging task, especially if chemical or biological weapons are involved. To help University of Miami Miller School of Medicine students gain a firsthand understanding of that experience, the Gordon Center for Research in Medical Education recently completed a training program called Personal Protective Equipment/Emergency Response to Terrorism.

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