December 06, 2017
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine students and faculty presented medical education initiatives and innovations at the Association of American Medical Colleges’ Learn Serve Lead 2017annual Meeting in Boston. The Miller School team presented 12 posters about projects spanning a wide spectrum of areas of interest from classroom peer-teaching to research initiatives in community-based health care.
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November 14, 2017
The University of Miami’s Summer Scholars program gives high school sophomores and juniors the opportunity to experience college life and earn six college credits in a variety of academic areas, including health and medicine. The three-week program starts July 7, 2018. Students who apply by the early-action deadline of December 1, 2017 can receive half off the application fee with the special waiver code SSPDEC1.
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September 18, 2017
The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine resumed its normal class schedule September 18 as cleanup from Hurricane Irma continued across the campus. “Here at the Miller School, we are back 100 percent and ready to resume teaching and training,” said Dean Edward Abraham in a video message to returning students.
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August 23, 2017
Miller School Dean Edward Abraham, M.D., greeted an auditorium full of people who are even newer to the University of Miami than he is — the members of the M.D. Class of 2021, who gathered last week for orientation. “You’re an absolutely spectacular class,” the Dean said. “This is a wonderful fit for you and a wonderful environment.”
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August 19, 2017
Only minutes into their formal medical school education, the members of the Miller School of Medicine’s Class of 2021 were presented with perhaps the most-recognized symbol of the medical profession. The students were handed brand-new stethoscopes, donated by alumni and faculty as a way of welcoming them to the Miller School.
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August 07, 2017
The Mrs. Betty Siegel Reader Scholarship Fund has made a generous $1 million pledge to offer full-tuition scholarships for well-deserving, qualified students at the University of Miami Miller School. The commitment honors Betty Reader, a longtime philanthropist, volunteer, and passionate supporter of education. Since 2011, the fund has provided more than $1.5 million in scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students.
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July 14, 2017
As the next step in a spectacular career dedicated to advancing research, medical education and clinical care, Dean Edward Abraham describes the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine as an unmatched opportunity, with “great leadership, great colleagues, an exciting environment built on shared values, innovation and making a difference.”
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July 07, 2017
Over his long and distinguished career at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Michael S. Gordon, M.D., Ph.D., revolutionized medical education around the world. He created Harvey, the world’s first cardiopulmonary patient simulator, and UMedic, an innovative computer- and web-based program, to train physicians, emergency responders and military personnel to save countless lives.
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July 06, 2017
The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has been awarded an NIH Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) grant from the National Institutes of General Medical Sciences for its M.D./Ph.D. Program, joining an elite group of 47 medical schools throughout the U.S.
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June 28, 2017
Medical, nursing, and physical therapy graduate students gathered at the Lowe Art Museum on June 21 as part of a unique study program that hones their observation and communication skills — while reflecting on art. Part of Patient Safety Week, the Fine Art of Health Care program invites participants to enhance their sensitivity, empathy, communication, and teamwork, which in turn improves patient outcomes.
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