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Researching risks

(02/17/15 9:32pm)

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.


CMED finalist withdraws from search

(01/21/15 10:51am)

Michael Iannuzzi, chair of medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical University, and a finalist in the search for the next dean of the CMU College of Medicine withdrew from consideration Tuesday. Iannuzzi was one of four candidates being interviewed to replace founding CMED dean Ernest Yoder. CMED has inducted two classes and will accept its third class after April 30.









CMED honored by region's chambers of commerce

(10/29/14 10:56am)

The CMU College of Medicine was honored at the third annual Great Lakes Bay Regional Chamber Summit on Monday in Saginaw.Jim Knight, director of marketing and communications for CMED, said the four chambers of commerce in the region have begun doing a lot more to promote the region in recent years, including the summit.The Mount Pleasant Area Chamber of Commerce, Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce and Midland Area Chamber of Commerce awarded CMED with the Corporate award for its mission to address undeserved areas of the state.Interim Dean Linda Perkowski accepted the award on CMED's behalf and former Michigan Gov.







CMEDHonors to launch in spring 2015, aims to bring honors students into medical programs

(06/03/14 5:00pm)

Central Michigan University’s College of Medicine will take in 20 honors scholar students with the hope of getting them into medical programs offered by the university. CMEDHonors, a new assurance program expected to launch in 2015, will select the honors students to train them in the CMED construct. Director of Admissions Chris Austin said in a press release the program will help students prepare for the medical field. “This is a great opportunity for honors students to learn more about the medical field, CMED and life as a medical student,” Austin said.