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.
Three current Florida State University medical students and a pair of M.D. alumni won poster awards at the annual meeting held by the Florida chapter of the American College…
Cuneyt Ozkardes (M.D. Class of 2024) completed a study that sheds light on why some physicians are more likely than others to utilize preventive-care services with their…
This January, Biomedical Sciences graduate student Chris Hagemeyer was elected as speaker of the 29th Congress of Graduate Students (COGS).
Bridge program alumni Nick Thomas and Bryanna Hipp are the president and vice president, respectively, of the new M.D. Class of 2024.
Geffe's story of compassionate medicine, "We Can Do Better: Challenging Providers to Refrain from Toxic Remarks" was published February in the Academic Psychiatry journal.
FSU medical students visit the Capitol to share their opinion
The American Academy of Neurology has identified the College of Medicine’s Student Interest Group in Neurology as one of five outstanding chapters in the nation.
'It was very beneficial to network with the leaders of other student clinics," said student Shelby Ploucher.
Second-year medical student Alex Brenner recently submitted an article for publication with the American Academy of Pediatrics - Section on Pediatric Trainees
Bridge Program alumna Gabby Sehres is the president of the new M.D. Class of 2023. Twenty-three other officers have also been chosen to represent the class.
Medical students Akram Farran and Shalom Chege credit their furry friends Rusko and Scooter with helping them through the daily demands of med school.
The National Institutes of Health selected fourth-year med student Abbey Goodyear as one of 50 students for the 2019-2020 Medical Research Scholars Program.
Second-year med students MaKayla Smith and Richard Wu each received Academic Leadership Awards. Savannah Calleson, an Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences student, was also…
First College of Medicine student to be named to the committee.
One initiative, “Tar Wars,” is a presentation designed to teach elementary-aged children about health outcomes of tobacco use. The other, “Ready, Set, Fit,” is intended to…
Third-year medical student and FCAAP Medical Student Committee Chair Scott Nelson interviewed Assistant Professor Mary Norton for the latest edition of the FCAAP newsletter.
Acton Pifer, a student at the College of Medicine's Daytona Beach Regional Campus, was one of 10 students nationally who took part in the first AMA Leadership Development…
Messages on a clothesline: College of Medicine students join worldwide effort to raise awareness.
In response to devastation from Hurricane Michael across the Florida Panhandle, College of Medicine students are volunteering in affected areas and collecting money, donations…
During an evening memorial service, first-year medical students celebrated donors who gave their bodies to enhance these future doctors’ knowledge of human anatomy.
Bridge program alumna Stenia Accilien is the president of the new M.D. Class of 2022. Twenty-one other officers have also been chosen to represent the class.
Sam Cook, Trevia Jackson, Jacob Hentges, Alyssa Davis and Raye Ng participated in SUSTAIN training.
First-year student Malcolm Dix was elected as a 2017-18 Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) regional delegate.
The Medical Student Council recently announced the recipients of its annual awards.
Fourth-year students Estela Abich and Alaine Sharpe have each received a service-learning scholarship from the national Diverse Medical Scholars Program.