They’re helping create the future of medicine through research, clinical care, education and public policy. What do they have in common? A start as general internists.
General internal medicine physicians are prime drivers of high-quality clinical care, education, research and innovation — which is why U-M faculty say more students should consider the path.
As a nontraditional medical student with a family, juggling all the responsibility can be tricky. A second-year student at U-M shares what he’s learned so far.
How do you survive your first year of medical school? Having the right strategies and mindset can help. Here, second-year students offer tips for those just starting out.
New research on U-M’s Doctors of Tomorrow initiative finds lessons relevant to other institutions seeking to create a more diverse medical student pipeline.