The Florida State University College of Medicine carefully selects students who are outstanding academically and are committed to the college's mission of service to Florida's medically underserved populations. FSU medical students come from all over Florida and are culturally diverse. Many come from small towns and rural areas, but the state's major metropolitan areas are also well represented. A number of students are older than average for medical school and bring a broad range of professional and life experiences, while others come straight out of undergraduate programs. Most are active in student organizations, community service projects and medical outreach programs.
Dijo Joseph (Class of 2018) obtains a grant for the Maryland Oaks Crossing community.
The Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society and the Gold Humanism Honor Society (seen above) recently selected 19 fourth-year students each.
Tamara Marryshow recently received the 2015 David T. Lowenthal Founders Award from the Florida Geriatrics Society.
The class of 2019 elects officers.
Jesse O'Shea receives an award for art and publishes an article.
Juan Lopez was selected as a Paul Ambrose Scholar and is conducting a project for South City.
The Class of 2019 arrives and three students describe their journeys into medicine.
Second-year student Kevin Coughlin conducted two presentations at the American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting.
Susanna Zorn (shown here), classmate Alessandra Taylor and the student organization FSUCares received 2015 FSU Leadership Awards.
GLAAM participated in Tallahassee’s annual Pridefest on April 18
Aarian Afshari was elected Southeast representative for the AAEM/RSA.
The American Academy of Pediatrics Medical Student News published an article by Yasmine Kahok and Lea Parsley about a rare disease.
Students in women’s health interest groups paint a mural for Brehon House.
For this year’s Cover the Uninsured Week, student organizers created a video that reveals the faces of people just like us.