One U-M professor is leading a medical training transformation — making her dream of growing access to reproductive care in her home country a reality.
Increasingly, medical schools are offering students the chance to choose a scholarly concentration, such as health policy or global medicine.
A new study highlights a risk new medical students — and their schools — should be ready for.
Post-Ph.D. training rarely involves teaching skills — and associate degree programs rarely involve contact with scientists. A new program bridges the divide.