The Department of Clinical Sciences encompasses several clinical disciplines and includes faculty from specialties including emergency medicine, internal medicine, neurology, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry and surgery. The faculty members work together as a cohesive unit to establish educational goals, plan course content, teach and conduct research and fulfill the FSU College of Medicine's vision to prepare compassionate, well-rounded physicians.
Clinical Sciences faculty member Dr. Joan Younger Meek, MD, MS, RD, FAAP, IBCLC was published in the American Academy of Pediatrics journal PEDIATRICS for her work with Amy J.
Students and our own, dear, Dr. Appelbaum honored in the annual AOA Induction Ceremony, which took place March 16, 2017, at the College of Medicine.
An FSU College of Medicine professor and first-year student served up drinks as guest bartenders at Madison Social during a fundraiser for FSUCares.
Learn about the FSU College of Medicine's pediatrics education model in this latest report by Dr. Harold Bland (left) and Dr. Michael J. Muszynski.
Jonathan S. Appelbaum, M.D., was appointed in August as interim chair of the FSU College of Medicine’s Department of Clinical Sciences.
Nicaragua mission trips for the Student Interested in Global Health group teaches students about compassion, social detriments of health, and providing primary care services in rural, underdeveloped communities.
Kudos to Dr. Amy Wetherby, director of the Autism Institute, for her part of this article in The Atlantic addressing overlooked racial bias in autism research.
Dr. Gonzalez-Rothi honored with 2016 Guardian of the Flame Award.
Appelbaum talks about HIV-AIDS on WTXL-TV
December 12, 2016