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Oct 23, 2017
Citrus County Chronicle
Citrus County, FSU eye medical partnership

Citrus County is poised to become only one of four communities that would be part of the Florida State University College of Medicine's community-based medical program. The county would join Marianna, Immokalee and Thomasville, Georgia as the site of a rural education program. FSU’s mission is for these students to train in underserved rural communities where physicians are needed.

Oct 18, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Katz joins panel discussion on family caregivers

University of Pittsburgh psychiatrist Richard Schulz, a leading expert on family caregiving, is leading a panel discussion on caring for family members at 10 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 20. Paul Katz, chair of geriatrics at the College of Medicine, is among those included on the panel. Schulz will also speak Thursday on the FSU campus.

Oct 16, 2017
Kansas City Star
When should doctors say no?

A movement toward patient-centere care has become widespread in the US over the last 30 to 40 years. In the past, doctors alone made decisions about what treatments are best for patients but now, physicians often lay out a series of options, explain their risks and benefits, and let patients make the call. So when should doctors say no? Marshall Kapp, a Florida State University College of Medicine professor who has studied medical ethics, comments on the ethical dilemma.

Oct 16, 2017
Naples Daily News
Federal grant awarded to Immokalee program

The Florida State University College of Medicine has been awarded a $3 million grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) with a goal of illuminating the path to effective behavioral and physical health treatment for the children of rural and migrant farmworkers.

Oct 13, 2017
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Public initiative links law and medicine

Sarasota Memorial Hospital's new Internal Medicine Practice in Newtown, created by SMH and the Florida State University College of Medicine, is parntering with Legal Aid Manasota to provide counsel to low-income residents through the utilization of a small staff and privatesector attorneys who offer their services without compensation.

Oct 09, 2017
Daily Commercial
Florida Hospital used telemedicine during Irma

Immediately before and after Hurrican Irma's arrival, many patients in need of routine healthcare were unable to visit a doctor's office. Some health providers used the opportunity to lean on telehealth services as a part of their disaster response. The service was offered free of charge statewide by Florida Hospital Centra Care and Baptists Health of South Florida. Mike Smith of the FSU College of Medicine comments on telehealth.

Oct 05, 2017
Suncoast News Network
Medical-legal partnership forms in Newtown

Sarasota Memorial's new Internal Medicine Practice in Newtown, which houses an FSU College of Medicine Residency Program, will team up with Legal Aid Manasota to combat the complex needs of low income patients impacted by health-harming social conditions.

Oct 05, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Residency faculty member to begin clinical cancer trials

With one in eight women being diagnosed with breast cancer, this staggering statistic rings true to the many women, and even few men, diagnosed in the capital city. It’s those future advancements in healthcare, like clinical trials and research, which offers hope to patients. Leading the charge, Karen Russell, FSU College of Medicine residency facultymember, was recruited to Tallahassee Memorial to help launch the program and expand on research for the Cancer Center.

Oct 05, 2017
Tampa Bay Times
FSU honors D'Alemberte with 'dedication of a window’

The image of former Florida State University president Sandy D’Alemberte will be preserved forever in a new stained glass window in the school’s original library. The portrait includes four hand-painted black and white pendants that spotlight his boyhood home, the Capitol, FSU’s College of Law and the FSU College of Medicine, which the Legislature created in 2000 when he was president.

Oct 05, 2017
SRQ Magazine
College of Medicine alum joins SMHCS

Sarasota Memorial Health Care System has welcomed back Dr. Kathryn Gard, a new OB-GYN physician and former FSU medical student.

Oct 02, 2017
Virginian-Pilot
Suffolk woman is first black Ph.D. grad of FSU program

Lataisia Jones, a 2006 King’s Fork High School graduate from Suffolk, Va., recently completed a personal academic achievement that has made her a role model for many.

Oct 02, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
College of Medicine receives $3M grant to help children with toxic stress

The Florida State University College of Medicine has been awarded a $3 million grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration with a goal of illuminating the path to effective behavioral and physical health treatment for the children of rural and migrant farm workers.

Sep 25, 2017
MedicalNewsToday
Alzheimer's disease: When does personality start to change?

A study from College of Medicine Professor Antonio Terracciano found that personality remained stable even
within the last few years before the onset of mild cognitive impairment associated with Alzheimer's disease.

Sep 25, 2017
Florida Flambeau
Dance Marathon presents check to med school

Dance Marathon at Florida State University and Children’s Miracle Network at University of Florida Health
Shands Children’s Hospital presented a check for more than $915,000 to the Florida State University College of
Medicine on Tuesday. The money will help children throughout Gadsden and Leon counties.

Sep 25, 2017
Psych Central
Study Finds No Evidence of Personality Change Before Dementia

A new comprehensive study from the FSU College of Medicine finds no evidence to support the idea that personality changes begin before the clinical onset of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia.

Sep 22, 2017
Capital Outlook
Littles selected as Capital Outlook's Person of the Week

 Alma Littles, the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education and Academic Affairs at the College of Medicine, has been named Capital Outlook's Person of the Week for Sept. 21-27, 2017.

Sep 22, 2017
MedicalXpress
Personality changes and Alzheimer's

Findings of a new and comprehensive study from FSU College of Medicine Associate Professor Antonio Terracciano and colleagues has found no evidence to support the idea that personality changes begin before the clinical onset of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia.

Sep 22, 2017
MarketWired
College of Medicine alum joins ADMD advisory board

Advanced Medical Isotope Corporation (OTC PINK: ADMD), a late stage radiation oncology focused medical device company strengthened its Medical Advisory Board with the recent addition of FSU College of Medicine Alum Beau Toskich (Class of 2007) from Mayo Clinic.

Sep 21, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Caregivers report positive results from training

African-American dementia caregivers who’ve participated in the African- American Alzheimer’s Caregiver Training and Support Project 2 (ACTS 2) over the past 24 months report their stress has decreased and their spiritual and emotional support has improved greatly. This free, five-year project coordinated by Rob Glueckauf, Ph.D., faculty member in the Florida State University College of Medicine, and his health service team is seeking new caregiver participants and group facilitators.

Sep 20, 2017
FSU News
Personality changes don’t precede clinical onset of Alzheimer’s

The findings of a new and comprehensive study from FSU College of Medicine Associate Professor Antonio Terracciano and colleagues, published today in the journal JAMA Psychiatry has found no evidence to support the idea that personality changes begin before the clinical onset of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia.

Sep 19, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Dance Marathon to present check to FSU med school

Dance Marathon at Florida State University and Children’s Miracle Network at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital will present a check for more than $915,000 to the FSU College of Medicine to aid children throughout Gadsden and Leon counties.

Sep 01, 2017
The Weekly Challenger
Williams chosen as a Chapman Humanism Scholar

Stephanie Nicole Williams, a St. Petersburg native, is one of ve second-year students at the Florida State University College of Medicine chosen as a Chapman Humanism Scholar.

Aug 28, 2017
Florida Flambeau
Jones is med school's first African-American Ph.D.

Dr. Lataisia C. Jones became the first African-American student to have earned a Ph.D in Biomedical Sciences from the Florida State University College of Medicine.

Aug 25, 2017
ABC Action News
Program aims to deal with doctor shortage in Polk County

Staff at Winter Haven Hospital are teaming up with Polk County leaders and other local healthcare providers to help deal with a shortage of primary care doctors. The hospital is currently in discussion with Florida State University College of Medicine to
create a partnership, which shares a similar mission to train primary care physicians.

Aug 25, 2017
WTKR
Suffolk woman becomes first black Ph.D. grad at FSU med school

Suffolk native Lataisia Jones is the first black or African American Ph.D. graduate at the Florida State University College of Medicine. She earned her degree on August 5.

Aug 24, 2017
TC Palm
Clerkship faculty member Cohen receives excellence award

Elliot Cohen, Professor of Philosophy at Indian River State College and Fort Pierce Regional Campus clerkship faculty member at the FSU College of Medicine, has been honored with the Anne R. Snyder Department Chair Excellence Award.

Aug 23, 2017
Addressing Florida's Medical Education & Healthcare Needs
Aug 23, 2017
FSU News
FSU's freshman class is one of the biggest, brightest ever

Florida State University will welcome about 42,000 students — including what is expected to be one of the largest incoming freshman classes in university history — as classes begin for the 2017-2018 academic year Monday, Aug. 28. Florida State’s total enrollment includes nearly 8,000 students pursuing a graduate or professional degree, including 40 students in the College of Medicine’s new physician assistant program.

Aug 22, 2017
The Ledger
Winter Haven Hospital aims to address doctor shortage

Last week, Polk County’s Citizens Healthcare Oversight Committee recommended a three-year, $3.75 million initiative to launch a residency program at Winter Haven Hospital for primary-care physicians. Polk County, like many largely rural communities, is struggling to attract and keep primary-care doctors. Hospital President Steve Nierman said the hospital hopes to cut a deal with Florida State University’s medical school to supply the students.

Aug 21, 2017
The Ledger
Winter Haven Hospital hoping to develop residency program

Winter Haven Hospital may receive funding to help develop a three-year family medicine residency program to bring much-needed primary care to uninsured or under-insured residents as well as underserved, at-risk, rural and elderly residents. Steve Nierman, president of Winter Haven Hospital, said the hospital is working on an agreement to partner with Florida State University’s College of Medicine.

Aug 16, 2017
SELF.com
Breastfeeding isn't always easy

Breastfeeding is often depicted as a seamless experience, but it's not easy for everyone. Joan Younger Meek, FSU College of Medicine's associate dean for graduate medical education, discusses some of the issues breastfeeding mothers face.

Aug 15, 2017
Sun Sentinel
When should senior drivers give up their car keys?

The discussions of when seniors should stop driving for their own safety and that of others often are not easy to have. Alice Pomidor discusses some of the warning signs of decreased driving ability. The article elaborates on how to address those concerns among senior drivers.

Aug 15, 2017
INSIGHT Into Diversity
Berne-Anderson receives Inspiring Leaders in STEM Award

Thesla Berne-Anderson, the FSU College of Medicine's direcor of undergradute outreach and pre-college programs, was a recipient of the 2017 Inspiring Leaers in STEM Award. The award recognizes STEM leaders from underrepresented groups who encourage the next generation to pursue STEM education and careers.

Aug 14, 2017
News-Medical.net
Exploring age-related cardiovascular dysfunction and disease

Judy Muller-Delp, professor of biomedical sciences at Florida State University College of Medicine, is the symposium chair at the "Novel Implications for Blood Flow and Vascular Dysfunction in Non-cardiovascular Related Disease" symposium. Researchers will present findings that emphasize the interaction between age-related cardiovascular dysfunction and disease whose risk increases with age.

Aug 14, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Donning white coats, big smiles

Members of the Florida State University College of Medicine Class of 2021 received white coats Friday night in a traditional ceremony symbolizing the importance of compassionate are for patients and the scientific proficiency expected of physicians.

Aug 14, 2017
The Hill
Zika spread via sex is new danger

Symptoms of Zika virus contracted by a mosquito bite include fever, muscle aches, rash and red eyes and can last up to a week. What makes sexual transmission so concerning is that warning signs may be much more subtle, if there are any at all. Orlando clerkship faculty member Antonio Crespo elaborates on this risk.

Aug 11, 2017
Bleacher Report
Doctor Football: All-American, NFL, Brain Surgeon

College of Medicine Class of 2017 graduate Myron Rolle has begun his neurosurgery residency at Massachusetts General Hospital. David Gardner of Bleacher Report details the path he took to get there.

Aug 10, 2017
TC Palm
Which health system should partner with Indian River Medical Center?

The heart of Indian River County's health care for 85 years faces dramatic changes in the next several years as its leaders seek a partnership with a larger health system. The College of Medicine's Chair of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine Leslie Beitsch comments on the possible selling of Indian River Medical Center.

Aug 08, 2017
SELF.com
Possible Risks of Drinking While Breastfeeding

Joan Meek, the Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and professor at the College of Medicine, is quoted in an article discussing the risks of alcohol consumption during breastfeeding.

Aug 08, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Using Brain Training to Reduce Anxiety

Backed by an NIH grant exceeding $3.2 million, Greg Hajcak will serve as co-principal investigator on a study measuring the brain activity of adolescents. He and his team will examine whether attention training has an effect on anxiety risk.

Aug 08, 2017
FSU News
Treating spinal cord injuries at cellular levels

Supported by a new $800,000 National Science Foundation grant, Florida State University College of Medicine Professor Yi Ren is studying the immune response to spinal cord injuries and how cellular functions contribute to paralysis and organ dysfunction.

Aug 07, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Med students practice on 'real' patients

At the College of Medicine, Bridge Program students, full-fledged medical students, as well as hospital residents cycle through settings that replicate a modern doctor’s office suite and its examining rooms, as well as a hospital setting. And in each room, there is a “faux” patient waiting with a complaint, a pain, a symptom for the young doctors-to-be to figure out.

Aug 03, 2017
Philly.com
Pomidor urges geriatricians to discuss senior driving

 Alice Pomidor, a geriatrics professor in the College of Medicine, urges the importance of bringing up the subject of driving with her patients over 75.

Jul 31, 2017
Insider
The problem with comparing body-shaming to racism

In response to a comparison between body-shaming and racism made publicly by actress Martine McCutcheon, Insider cites research led by Angelina Sutin at the College of Medicine to discuss how fat shaming has a worse mental and physical effect on health than racism or sexism does.

Jul 21, 2017
NPR
Perceptions of physical activity levels may harm health

A new study conducted at Stanford University suggests that just thinking you're slacking on exercise could boost the risk of death due physiological consequences. Angelina Sutin, assistant professor of behavioral sciences and social medicine at the FSU College of Medicine, comments on the findings.

Jul 20, 2017
Jackson County Floridan
Marianna clerkship director fulfills patient’s birthday wish

 Steven Spence, College of Medicine Marianna clerkship director, saved the life of 91-year-old Eula Johnson, then fulfilled her birthday wish to ride a hot red sports car through her community.

Jul 17, 2017
Naples Daily News
Two medical entities come together to serve seniors

Some fourth-year medical students from FSU will spend a semester doing a geriatric rotation at Friendship Health Center in East Naples under the guidance of Dr. Michael Gloth, a Naples physician and College of Medicine faculty member. Friendship Health Center is two separate medical entities under one roof, with a shared mission of serving the needy.

Jul 17, 2017
Naples Daily News
FSU to return more money from appropriation

FSU President John Thrasher, in a letter Tuesday to state House Speaker Richard Corcoran, promised to return $310,000 from the $1 million that Florida Psychological Associates received in last year's $82.3 billion state budget.

Jul 17, 2017
Okeechobee News
Okeechobee graduates join Dance Marathon

Okeechobee High School alumni Tyler Finney, Aubrey Robertson, Danyelle Sheffield, Lexi Ward, Emily Murrow, Tyler and Brittany Milrot have participated in the FSU Dance Marathon. FSU is in its 23rd year participating in Dance Marathon and this past year raised an astonishing $1.83 million dollars. Half of the money was given to Shands Hospital in Gainesville while the other half is used to fund programs through the FSU College of Medicine’s Pediatric Outreach efforts.

Jul 14, 2017
Northwest Florida Daily News
Faculty member Wayne Justice trying to save kids from hot cars

According to the website KidsAndCars.org, since 1990, about 800 children have died from heat-related deaths after being left inside vehicles. Pensacola Regional Campus faculty member Wayne Justice is developing technology to monitor the temperatue inside vehicles in attempt to save the lives of children.

Jul 06, 2017
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Newtown clinic opens

The grand opening ceremony for the Sarasota Memorial Internal Medicine Practice - Newtown was held on Wednesday, July 5. The Florida State University College of Medicine will sponsor an internal medicine residency program at the clinic.

Jul 06, 2017
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Newtown clinic opens

The grand opening ceremony for the Sarasota Memorial Hospital Internal Medicine Practice-Newtown was held on Wednesday, July 6. The FSU College of Medicine will sponsor an internal medicine residency program at the site.

Jun 30, 2017
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Florida’s congressional delegation holds hearing on human trafficking

Suzanne Harrison, director of clinical programs, professor and education director for family medicine at the College of Medicine was a panelist at a congressional delegation meeting about the human trafficking problem in Florida.

Jun 29, 2017
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Newtown clinic a win-win-win

The Sarasota Memorial Internal Medicine Practice at Newtown will have its grand opening ceremony on Wednesday, July 5, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. The health care will be provided by Florida State University College of Medicine internal medicine residents, supervised by Sarasota Memorial Hospital internal medicine physicians and attending doctors.

Jun 29, 2017
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Grant aims to foster science, medical careers

Students in Sarasota County will soon get a taste of Florida State University’s medical programs through a $500,000 grant from the Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation.

Jun 26, 2017
ABC News
Ex-FSU star Myron Rolle ready to begin med school residency

Myron Rolle, a former All-American safety, Rhodes Scholar and 2017 College of Medicine graduate is set to begin the neurosurgery residency program at Massachusetts General Hospital on July 1.

Jun 23, 2017
WFSU
Pointing To Minority Graduates, FSU Touts Medical School Program

 Florida State University is touting its medical school program as well as its diversity.

Jun 22, 2017
Business Insider
Allergies really are getting worse — it's not just you

There's evidence that in many places, pollen counts are getting worse year after year. In 2017, many regions have reported particularly high pollen counts. Dr. Ronald Saff, an allergist in Tallahassee, Florida, and an assistant clinical professor at the College of Medicine discusses the pollen increase.

Jun 21, 2017
Health News Florida
Gay Men Still Unable To Donate Blood One Year After Pulse

Late in 2015 the FDA expunged its lifetime ban allowing gay men to donate with one restriction, they have to be celibate for 12 months. Florida State University Clinical Medicine Professor Doctor Jonathan Applebaum says this FDA policy perpetuates a stigma that gay men have HIV and AIDS.

Jun 21, 2017
Business Insider
Lone Star tick that causes alpha-gal red-meat allergy may be spreading

The Lone Star Tick - whose bite has been known to cause an allergy to red meat - may be spreading to new locations due to the warm summer months. College of Medicine assistant clinical professor Ronald Saff comments on the tick-related meat allergy.

Jun 09, 2017
WFSU
Practicing Medicine in Rural North Florida

First year medical students from Florida State took a trip to Blountstown and Bristol, introducing them to rural medicine.

Jun 07, 2017
Cap Scan Newsletter
Clinical Expansion at FSU College of Medicine

The FSU College of Medicine is actively exploring the potential for an interdisciplinary primary-care health center.

Jun 01, 2017
WFSU
FSU Medical Students To Explore Rural Healthcare Options

FSU's first-year medical students are heading out into rural Florida for an up-close look at the challenges and opportunities in underserved areas.

May 31, 2017
Newsweek
Researchers See Brain Changes in Smitten Prairie Voles

Florida State University College of Medicine researcher Mohamed Kabbaj was interviewed for this article on social bonding.

May 30, 2017
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
Eliminating the Racial Gap in Infant Mortality Is Achievable

Dr. Joedrecka Brown Speights, associate professor of family medicine and rural health, led a study on infant mortality rates and health equity. The study was originally published in the American Journal of Public Health.

May 28, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Leadership Tallahassee Class 35 announced

Wendi Cannon, the College of Medicine’s director of information technology, was named to Leadership Tallahassee. The group of 35 individuals will participate in a 12-month program for developing business connections, enhancing awareness of community assets and promoting personal and professional leadership.

May 26, 2017
Philadelphia Inquirer
A doctor's 4 tips to help seniors keep - or stop - driving

College of Medicine Geriatrics Professor Alice Pomidor addresses the challenges associated with aging and driving. Pomidor is the editorial board chair for the American Geriatrics Society’s Clinician’s Guide to Assessing and Counseling Older Drivers.

May 24, 2017
Patient Daily
Calf stretching may benefit peripheral artery disease patients

This article discusses the results of College of Medicine professor Dr. Judy Muller-Delp’s preliminary abstract on calf stretching and leg pain in peripheral artery disease (PAD) patients that was presented at the AHA Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology | Peripheral Vascular Disease 2017 Scientific Sessions.

May 21, 2017
MEDPAGE TODAY
Improving the Health of All 'Free-Range' Humans

As director of the College of Medicine’s Center for Public Health and Medicine, George Rust wants the conversation on health equity to focus on the fact that health-care disparities are not inevitable.

May 18, 2017
ScienceDaily
Encouraging trend in infant mortality

According to a newly published paper from researchers at the College of Medicine, eighteen states are on track to eliminate racial disparities in infant mortality by the year 2050 if current trends hold.

May 12, 2017
New York Post
7 breast-feeding dangers every new mom should know

Florida State University College of Medicine Professor Joan Meek was quoted in this article regarding issues that can affect breast-feeding.

May 05, 2017
American Heart Association
Stretching may reduce walking pain among peripheral artery disease patients

Simple calf muscle stretching may reduce leg pain when walking and increase blood flow for people living with peripheral artery disease, according to a preliminary abstract presented by Florida State University College of Medicine professor of biomedical sciences Judy Muller-Delp.

Apr 26, 2017
STAT
Medicine's gender pay gap spans specialties and geography

This article on the gender gap in doctors’ pay features College of Medicine Professor Suzanne Harrison speaking about women physicians making less money than men.

Apr 25, 2017
Naples Daily News
Volunteers spend the day in Immokalee planting fruit trees

Dozens of volunteers planted fruit trees at the Florida State University Immokalee Health Education site to promote healthier lifestyle choices.

Apr 24, 2017
Nassau County Independent
Firm Answers House Speaker’s Request for Spending on State Payment

The College of Medicine was asked to administer a contract and monitor an early detection program, which is seeking an effective way to assess the mental health needs for teens and adolescents.

Apr 23, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
April 24-30 is World Immunization Week

College of Medicine alumna Michelle Miller (M.D., '12) wrote this column on immunizations.

Apr 20, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Firm that received state payment details expenses

The College of Medicine was asked to administer a contract and monitor an early detection program, which is seeking an effective way to assess the mental health needs for teens and adolescents.

Apr 19, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
FSU soccer hosts 'Kickin it for Autism'

The FSU soccer team will host a two-hour soccer clinic in conjunction with the FSU Autism Institute and the FSU Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD).

Apr 14, 2017
Reuters UK
Black U.S. babies still more likely to die than white infants

While infant mortality rates are declining nationwide, a study led by Dr. Joedrecka Brown Speights of the FSU College of Medicine, suggests that black infants are more likely to die than white infants.

Apr 12, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Top-ranked universities drive Florida’s economy

FSU’s medical school has generated over $1 billion in statewide socioeconomic impact through its regional clinical campuses that employ more than 2,300 clinical faculty.

Apr 12, 2017
Tampa Bay Times
Top-ranked universities drive Florida's economy

FSU’s medical school has generated over $1 billion in statewide socioeconomic impact through its regional clinical campuses that employ more than 2,300 clinical faculty.

Apr 11, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
FSU's PA program earns status, will start first class

Florida State University’s new School of Physician Assistant Practice has earned provisional accreditation and will start teaching its first classes in August.

Apr 11, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Talk about wishes during Healthcare Decision Day

Big Bend Hospice has partnered with the FSU Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law will have a resource fair with vendors sharing important and relevant information about end-of-life care.

Apr 09, 2017
FSUNews.com
Book It! 5K raises money for impoverished Nicaraguan students

The Honors Medical Scholars Society sponsored the 4th annual Book It! 5K, which is an effort to raise money to buy books for impoverished students in the Central American country of Nicaragua.

Mar 31, 2017
TCPalm
FSU College of Medicine students match in residency

Like other fourth-year medical students throughout the country, the College of Medicine’s class of 2017 found out which residency programs they’ll join for the next phase of their medical training.

Mar 29, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
College of Medicine eyes site near Sabal Palm for clinic

FSU’s College of Medicine is exploring the idea of establishing a medical clinic in southwest Tallahassee where its students and faculty could treat moderate and low-income patients.

Mar 29, 2017
WFSU
FSU Med School To Establish A Primary Care Clinic

The FSU College of Medicine is establishing a primary care clinic that will give medical students clinical experience.

Mar 24, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Appropriation for mental health screenings draws scrutiny

The College of Medicine was asked to administer the contract and monitor the program, which is seeking an effective way to complete mental health screenings for teens and adolescents.

Mar 23, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
FTRP is one-of-a-kind biomedical research program

College of Medicine Professor Daniel Kaplan wrote this letter to the editor about Florida Transitional Research Program funding.

Mar 22, 2017
Fort Myers Florida Weekly
Training professionals to meet local needs

Two years after inception, the FSU College of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program at Lee Health was approved for expansion with hopes that more resident graduates will remain in the area to practice medicine.

Mar 21, 2017
The Washington Post
Myron Rolle- Rhodes Scholar to NFL player to neurosurgeon

Rhodes Scholar, NFL player and FSU medical student Myron Rolle is featured in this story about his journey from football to neurosurgery.

Mar 21, 2017
Florida State University News
College of Medicine faculty member to lead national organization of medical women

Suzanne Harrison, who knew from early childhood that she wanted to become a physician and later discovered the joys of teaching medicine, is beginning a yearlong adventure in national medical advocacy.

Mar 19, 2017
Naples Daily News
Florida legislators focus on hospital costs, competition

Marshall Kapp, director of the Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law at Florida State University, is quoted in this article regarding certificate-of-need laws for hospitals, nursing homes and hospices.

Mar 18, 2017
Bleacher Report
FSU Medical Student To Begin Harvard Medical Residency

Fourth-year FSU medical student and former football player Myron Rolle will begin a residency at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. 

Mar 18, 2017
ESPN
Myron Rolle to begin neurosurgery residency

Former Florida State football star Myron Rolle, who was a Rhodes Scholar and then enrolled in medical school at FSU, will begin a neurosurgery residency.

Mar 17, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
FSU College of Medicine graduates celebrate Match Day

FSU’s College of Medicine conducted its Match Day ceremony at Ruby Diamond Auditorium for the class of 2017. Fifty-one percent of the graduates were matched with residencies in primary care, including obstetrics/gynecology, family medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine.

Mar 17, 2017
news.fsu.edu
FSU College of Medicine announces Match Day results

The FSU College of Medicine held its Match Day ceremony at Ruby Diamond Auditorium for the class of 2017.

Mar 08, 2017
Capital Outlook
FSU scientist starts research for early detection of zika

Dr. David Meckes, assistant professor in FSU’s Department of Biomedical Sciences, could become the first person to find a way to detect Zika at an early stage.

Mar 01, 2017
Florida Family Physician
Member Spotlight: FAFP Student, Paulin Gotrace

Fourth-year medical student Paulin Gotrace reached out to assist his beloved Haiti after it was hit by Category 4 Hurricane Matthew.

Feb 24, 2017
Jackson County Floridan
FSU med school throws 10th anniversary party for Jackson County

The FSU College of Medicine celebrated the 10th anniversary of FSU’s partnership with Marianna in a program that allows third-year medical students to work side-by-side with doctors at Jackson Hospital and other medical facilities.

Feb 22, 2017
Jackson County Times
Marianna Rural Program Impacting Jackson County for ten years

The FSU College of Medicine celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Marianna Rural Program and recognized those who have insured the program’s success.

Feb 21, 2017
BET Sports News
Myron Rolle Interview

FSU College of Medicine student Myron Rolle was interviewed about his journey from football to neurosurgery.

Feb 20, 2017
TCPalm
Surgeon finds teaching, mission trips most rewarding

This profile on Fort Pierce faculty member Rene Loyola highlights his surgical skills, compassion, dedication and mission work.

Feb 15, 2017
BlackDoctor.org
Myron Rolle- From The NFL To Neurosurgeon

Rhodes Scholar, NFL player and fourth-year medical student Myron Rolle is featured in this story about his career switch from football to medicine.

Feb 13, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Alzheimer’s training conference set for caregivers

The FSU College of Medicine and the Tallahassee based Alzheimer’s Project are conducting the 32nd annual Alzheimer’s Disease Education & Training Conference with Dr. Ken Brummel-Smith as the keynote speaker.

Feb 09, 2017
Jackson County Times
Rotary welcomes Dr. John Fogarty

College of Medicine Dean John Fogarty was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Marianna.

Feb 08, 2017
Naples Daily News
Florida nonprofit hospitals brace for legislative battle

Marshall Kapp, director of the Center for Innovative Collaboration in Medicine and Law at the FSU College of Medicine, is quoted in this article regarding the effects of deregulating the health care industry during this upcoming legislative season.

Feb 08, 2017
TCPalm
FSU medical students tested by well-rehearsed 'patients'

Standardized patients traveled from Tallahassee to the FSU College of Medicine Fort Pierce Regional Campus area to put 13 third-year medical students through a rigorous practical exam.

Feb 06, 2017
Fox News 13 Tampa
Space-age mask may reduce pre-term labor

College of Medicine Professor James Olcese discovered that light inhibits premature birth in at-risk women so he created the company KynderMed to bring a light emitting mask that prevents pre-term births to market.

Feb 02, 2017
Florida Trend
Investors, NIH excited about FSU biomedical research targeting rare eye disease

FSU College of Medicine Professor Michael Blaber is receiving funding from the National Institutes of Health and $5.2 million from five investment firms to help develop technology targeting a rare eye disease.

Feb 02, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
FSU included in Gov. Scott's $25 million grants package for Zika research

Timothy Megraw and David Meckes, associate professors of Biomedical Sciences, have been awarded funding for Zika research and vaccine development.

Jan 27, 2017
NBC2
Naples wine festival donors meet kids impacted by funds

A charity wine auction in Naples has raised funds to support for the Naples Children and Education Foundation. The money raised by NCEF has helped support programs like SSTRIDE, an outreach effort of the FSU College of Medicine for middle and high school students.

Jan 26, 2017
Counsel & Heal
Personality, Mood Determined By Brain Shape

College of Medicine Associate Professor Antonio Terracciano joined a team of researchers to examine the connection between personality traits and brain structure. Their study was published in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Jan 26, 2017
Science Daily
Brain shape linked to personality differences

According to FSU College of Medicine Associate Professor Antonio Terracciano and a team of researchers, the shape of your brain can influence personality traits. The study was published in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Jan 25, 2017
News-Medical.Net
Brain shape can provide surprising clues to personality differences

FSU College of Medicine Associate Professor Antonio Terracciano joined a team of researchers from the United States, United Kingdom and Italy to examine the connection between personality traits and brain structure.

Jan 25, 2017
India.com
Brain shape can predict personality traits

College of Medicine Associate Professor Antonio Terracciano joined a team of researchers to examine the connection between personality traits and brain structure. Their study was published in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Jan 24, 2017
UK Daily Mail
What the shape of your brain says about you

College of Medicine Associate Professor Antonio Terracciano joined a team of researchers to examine the connection between personality traits and brain structure. Their study was published in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.

Jan 24, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
A med student’s view of our dysfunctional health-care system

Second-year medical student Alan Chan wrote this opinion piece on the Affordable Care Act.

Jan 20, 2017
Parents.com
When Parents Think Kids Are Overweight, It's More Likely They Will Be Later On

Research by College of Medicine Assistant Professor Angelina Sutin examining the link between parent perceptions and their child’s weight was published in Psychological Science.

Jan 20, 2017
Florida Pediatrician
The FSU College of Medicine Education Model in Pediatrics: 15 Years of Success

This article by Harold Bland, pediatrics education director for the Sarasota Regional Campus, and Michael Muszynski, dean of the Orlando Regional Campus focuses on the success of the college’s one-on-one teaching model.

Jan 20, 2017
Real Simple
One Mistake That Can Affect Your Child’s Weight

Research by College of Medicine Assistant Professor Angelina Sutin examining the link between parent perceptions and their child’s weight was published in Psychological Science.

Jan 19, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
FSU College of Medicine students explore race in the Healthcare industry

Second-year medical students Zedeena Fisher and Bruno Gay are raising awareness of racism in health care during “Racism Awareness Week” at the College of Medicine.

Jan 18, 2017
Monticello News
Technology, medicine and healthcare access

College of Medicine faculty member Mike Smith spoke to the Monticello Kiwanis Club about the future of medical care and patient access.

Jan 17, 2017
TCPalm
Florida State medical students complete community medicine course

The third-year students at the FSU College of Medicine Fort Pierce Regional Campus recently completed a course in community medicine.

Jan 16, 2017
UK Daily Mail
'Fat shaming’ may lead to obesity in adult life

This article features research by College of Medicine Assistant Professor Angelina Sutin that was published in Psychological Science. The research examines the link between parent perceptions and their child’s weight.

Jan 13, 2017
Health.com
One Mistake That Can Affect Your Child's Weight

Research by College of Medicine Assistant Professor Angelina Sutin examining the link between parent perceptions and their child’s weight was published in Psychological Science.

Jan 12, 2017
Bhide receives grant to study ADHD

Pradeep Bhide, professor of biomedical sciences at the College of Medicine, has received a one-year grant of nearly $64,000 from the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Research Institute. His project title: "Consequences of Traumatic Brain Injury in a Prenatal Nicotine Exposure Mouse Model of ADHD."

Jan 11, 2017
SRQ Magazine
Sarasota campus helps create new clinic for underserved

A new health care facility will serve as a clinical training site for the FSU College of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program at Sarasota Memorial Hospital.

Jan 10, 2017
CareForYourMind.org
Repealing the ACA could Cause a mental health care crisis

FSU College of Medicine professor Jeffrey Harman wrote this column regarding our nation’s healthcare system.

Jan 08, 2017
Tallahassee Democrat
Brummel-Smith will be keynoter for Alzheimer’s conference

The 32nd Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Training Conference will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 18 at the FSU College of Medicine. The keynote speaker will be Ken Brummel-Smith, M.D., presenting on “Person-Centered Care.”