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Fall 2019 Feature Stories

Class fo 2023 190802_572_km_Hosbon,Amir_Shipp,Gianna_Miller,BrocClass of 2023

Full coverage of the White Coat Ceremony including a photo gallery and fun facts about some of the new students.



Greenblum M76 Greenblum, David by AshleyMichellePhotographyWhat Goes Around Comes Around - with Unexpected Benefits

Charitable gifts annuities: the Gift that Keeps Giving Back.






Sime, Patricia byThomas Kojcsich'An Incredible Honor'

Award-winning mentor, patent-holding physician-scientist Patricia Sime, M.D., is Internal Medicine’s first female department head.





Coughenour, Music and MedicineMusic and Medicine: A Playlist for Life

“We should try to be well-rounded, happy humans who can take good care of their patients.”






Brady, from Lab to LeaderFrom Lab to Leader

Eminent scientist Kathleen Brady, M.D., PHD’81 (PHTX), was among first to bridge psychiatric and addiction fields.



Piece of the Past Ivory anatomical model DSC_1986 final byKevinSchindlerPiece of the Past

A highly intricate, ivory anatomical model with a “quirky curiosity,” might remind you of the eccentrically Gothic cartoon characters created by filmmaker Tim Burton.



Moore 190722_Moore_12thMarshall Through Your Eyes

Denée Moore has found her new pastime of knitting to be calming but says it also “helps sharpen your fine motor skills and allows you to see the bigger picture. That translates well to medicine. You can’t just zero in on one part of the patient. You treat the whole person.” behind the experience. It’s a way to turn part of my life into something concrete.”




Johnson 1838 Impact M23 Johnson, ChandlerWith Alumni Support, 1838 Campaign is Realizing its Goals

Education debt is a heavy burden for medical students nationwide. The 1838 Campaign – where every gift is used to create medical student scholarships – is already making a difference. During the 1838 Campaign, 75 new endowed scholarships have been created and 42 existing endowed scholarship funds have increased in size through new gift commitments. The campaign will close on June 30, 2020. You can help make medical education more affordable.

The campaign is already helping students; read how:

Chandler Johnson, Class of 2023 | Armita Kabirpour, Class of 2020Derek Sheen, Class of 2020James Dittman, Class of 2022Abdul Ekiyoyo, Class of 2022 | Laurne Terasaki, Class of 2022