News : 2013 : April

Jason Wagner, from the University of Florida, gives the Miller School's Second Look Day a thumbs-up.

Potential Members of Class of 2017 Return to the Miller School for a Second Look

Hazel Asumu already was leaning heavily toward UM for her medical education, but after spending the morning of Friday, April 12, hearing Dean Pascal J. Goldschmidt, M.D., and members of the education team talk about what makes the Miller School extraordinary, the Duke University graduate was certain. “I’m definitely coming here,” she said. “It’s awesome. I can tell the faculty are really involved and invested in the students.”

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Thomas Hughes, center, receives the AAN Minority Scholarship from John Mazziotta, M.D., Ph.D., Chair of the American Brain Foundation's Board of Trustees, left, and Charles Flippen, M.D., Chair of the AAN Foundation's Minority Scholars Program.

Miller School Students Shine at American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting

Three Miller School students were recognized at the American Academy of Neurology 2013 Annual Meeting in San Diego. Thomas Hughes is the first Miller School student to be awarded the AAN Minority Scholarship, while Christine Greer received the AAN SIGN (Student Interest Group in Neurology) Scholarship, and Kevin Fu was recognized for his superior work and statistical analysis on the project he shared with Hughes.

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