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Celebrating research
at annual fair

Seventy-five posters proclaimed the diverse interests of the College of Medicine's faculty, staff and students.

Good news for dermatology, IM residency programs

The Dermatology Residency Program is now accepting applications, and the Internal Medicine Residency Program received continued accreditation.

Kapp receives grant
to train physicians
and attorneys

Marshall Kapp wants to improve physician-attorney relationships on behalf of the elderly.

Alumna and faculty member honored by family physicians

The FAFP recognized Drs. Irmanie Eliacin and Dennis Saver.

Expanding access

A new physician assistant program at the College of Medicine, expected to begin admitting its first students in 2017, will enhance the effort to provide more primary-care services to those who need them.

Expanding the
maternal brain's
genomic roadmap

Five named to state's
workforce council

Gary Goforth and four others affiliated with the College of Medicine were named by the state surgeon general to Florida's Physician Workforce Advisory Council.

Two more National Health Service scholars

In return for having their academic expenses covered, first-year students Eric Walker and Tiffany Smith-Sutton agree to work at least four years in a medically underserved area.

FSU partners with UF to translate discoveries into healthier communities

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The Fall 2015 issue of FSU MED takes a look at the plan to produce more physicians for rural areas, and the outcomes achieved since our first alumni entered practice in 2008.

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