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There are 376 students pursuing a medical degree at Central Michigan University’s College of Medicine. This is a time-consuming endeavor when combined with extra curricular activities most medical students are involved in, ranging from pursuing military service to volunteering in social justice activities.
In a quiet building on the edge of campus, Dr. Neeraj Vij is making breakthroughs in his medical research.
Medicine on a Mission: CMED welcomes its fourth class on campusThe Central Michigan College of Medicine, established in 2009, is young by med school standards; as this year's students settle in for the rigor of medical training, the college is celebrating its first year of having all four classes filled.
When third year medical student Saavia Girgla of Farmington first considered attending the College of Medicine in its 2013 inaugural class, the fact that the program was not fully accredited was not a deterrent.“Having that initial accreditation where you get approved to take in medical students to me is the biggest step and the most important one,” Girgla said.
Foust Pharmacy will close Thursday Feb. 25, four days before it was originally scheduled to. Reduction of hours will start Monday, Feb.
The Central Michigan University Health-University Health Services pharmacy offers prescription filling for CMU students, faculty, and staff members.
Near the edge of campus works a man on a mission.In a building unfamiliar with most students, he spends his day-to-day in a neat, almost sterilely-clean office.
As technology evolves Health Profession's students are finding new ways to get experience in the field including using the Mobile Health Center, a 39 feet in length bus full of health equipment.
Twenty-six high school students were put in casts at Central Michigan University's College of Medicine throughout the past two days.These students were attending a casting and suture clinic as part of a CMED's CHAMPS Summer Camp.
Jason Davenport, the medical director and lead team physician for Central Michigan University Athletics passed away in his sleep Saturday.Davenport was also an assistant professor who joined the College of Medicine in May 2014. While at CMU, Davenport worked on ties in health care between athletics and University Health Services, where he also saw patients.
Central Michigan University's College of Medicine Saginaw facility was unveiled at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Covenant Healthcare. The $23.1 million project will be a learning facility for third and fourth year students.
Central Michigan University's College of Medicine Saginaw facility will be unveiled at 6 a.m. June 17 at St.
Business in Medicine hosted "The Pulse of Health" today in the Central Michigan University Medical College Auditorium. The event focused on how telemedicine has improved the health of veterans in the U.S.
Business in Medicine, a medical student organization, will host The Pulse of Telehealth at 5 p.m.
The Business in Medicine student organization and Mid Michigan Advanced Health Education Center hosted a networking night Tuesday at Fireside Grille with 120 to 150 medical students and community members.
Boards are a part of three test series. Take them to be a doctor, in order to go to third year you have to pass step one.
George Kikano will be leading the College of Medicine. Kikano was one of four candidates being interviewed to replace founding dean Ernest Yoder as leader of Central Michigan University's College of Medicine. CMED has inducted two classes and will accept its third class after April 30.
Business in Medicine will be launching ¨MedMentor¨ in the spring.Central Michigan University College of Medicine students Leonard Verhey and Nicholas Cozzi founded ¨MedMentor¨ after deciding a relationship needed to be built between local high schools and the college of medicine.
With the help of two other college of medicine students, Nick Cozzi is at the forefront of forming a lasting partnership between Central Michigan University's business and medicine colleges.
In efforts to understand the cause and cure of chronic lung disease through smoking, second hand smoke, electronic cigarettes on a cellular level Neeraj Vij is conducting research with students and fellows. Vij joined Central Michigan University's College of Medicine in 2014 as associate professor of molecular and cell biology.