12/06/2017 16:50:04 - (David) |
Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine now accepting applications
12/04/2017 22:16:50 - (David)
|12/06/2017 16:51:21 - (David)|
The American Osteopathic Association’s Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation is now allowing the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine to accept applications for Fall 2018. The press release stated, "Affiliations with 32 hospitals, medical centers and health care organizations have been secured for ICOM students to start rotations in 2020. More than $5 million has been allocated for the development of residency programs in the first 10 years."
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Columbia will soon be even more financially attractive!
11/27/2017 09:38:56 - (David)
|12/04/2017 22:18:02 - (David)|
Columbia’s medical school, which was just renamed the Columbia University Roy and Diana Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, after Dr. P. Roy Vagelos, the former chairman of Merck & Co., and his wife donated $250 million to the medical school. $150 million of the gift will be used to fund an endowment that seeks to lower student debt. Dr. Vagelos stated in a recent interview that he wanted the gift to allow Columbia students to pursue less lucrative fields in medicine such as family medicine and pediatrics.
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Don't Miss Our December Newsletter!
11/17/2017 14:00:15 - (David)
|11/27/2017 09:39:03 - (David)|
This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Monday, December 4 and include these items:
Video: Taking the MCAT Multiple Times
Should You Be Considering the Lone Star State?
An MCAT “Gold Nugget”
AdmissionsBoards.com Medical School Post of the Month
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USC allegedly "turned a blind eye"
11/13/2017 17:11:06 - (David)
|11/17/2017 14:02:00 - (David)|
We first reported on the USC Keck dean stepping down in this blog on October 5, but we wanted to point your attention to a newspaper article claiming USC turned a blind eye towards allegations about their medical school dean until the Los Angeles Times finally broke the story.
New chair appointed at Icahn
|11/13/2017 17:14:30 - (David)|
The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai has appointed Dr. Sean Morrison as the new Ellen and Howard C. Katz chair of the Brookdale Department of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine. If you're interested in studying this field at Icahn, do yourself a favor and learn what changes, if any,
the school expects to see under the new leadership.