How to Report Discrimination, Bias, or Related Incidents

If you are a student, faculty, or staff member at Florida State University, visit

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Reasons to Report

All members of the College of Medicine community are encouraged to report incidents of discrimination, bias, and related concerns. Reporting concerns will allow for a more accurate understanding of the climate of the College, and in turn will allow for the creation of targeted interventions to address needed areas of improvement.

Medical Student Mistreatment

To report Medical Student Mistreatment, visit

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Subcommittee to Address Concerns of Discrimination or Bias

The subcommittee does not accept reports. However, the members are available to assist with the reporting process. Members of the Subcommittee are selected by the Council, serving one-year renewable terms. Our Subcommittee currently consists of Gregory Todd, George Rust, Amelia Jones, Niharika Suchak, Tyra Dark, and Susan LaJoie, who serves as the Subcommittee Chair.

Susan LaJoie, Chair

Family Medicine & Rural Health


George Rust

Behavioral Sciences & Social Medicine

pictureAmelia Jones

Behavioral Sciences & Social Medicine
Staff Representative

Niharika Suchak



Gregory Todd

Internal Medicine


Tyra Dark

Behavioral Sciences & Social Medicine