UM Medical Students participate in National White Coat Die-In, December 2014
Student life at Miller School extends far beyond just academics. There are endless opportunities for students to get involved through different organizations and interest groups on campus, as well local community outreach programs. In the vibrant and diverse city of Miami, students can also easily explore their own hobbies and interests outside of medical school, and are encouraged to immerse themselves in the rich culture of the area. As new students prepare to transition to medical school in Miami, they will discover that this large city and the surrounding areas offer an array of options for living and commuting that are suitable for every need. Here you will find that the Miller School provides its students with all of the resources they will need to make this exciting transition a smooth and enjoyable experience!
The more you do before you start, the less stressful your first few weeks will be.
Check through the to-do list and get a handle on your transportation and computer needs as soon as possible.
Obliterants is a journal published by students, faculty, and staff of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Its mission is to publish writings and artwork that promote the humanities and social sciences in medicine and public health. Obliterants is not an official publication of the University of Miami School of Medicine. Expressed written opinions are solely those of the authors and artists and do not necessarily represent those of the University of Miami, the School of Medicine, or the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health.
The Medical I.B.I.S is a publication produced by medical students at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. In our annual magazine, we highlight a small sample of the research projects being conducted by medical students. In addition, we aim to inspire other medical students to pursue their own research projects and to provide a resource for connecting research facility with students. Please explore our past issues, learn more about the magazine, and find out how you can get involved.