News : 2014 : July

One skills-based exercise required team members to navigate an oversized gameboard using communication, leadership, situational monitoring and mutual support.

Inaugural Chief Resident Orientation Focuses on Skills for Success

Chief residents play many roles — leader, administrator, educator, mentor and counselor — but changes in graduate medical education are making them busier than ever before. In an effort to provide some guidance, the Miller School and Jackson Memorial Hospital recently held the first orientation specifically for new chief residents. The one-day program brought 55 of them together, representing every department in the school.

Read more »

Shailee Patel, center, receives a certificate for completing a two-year Translational Science Wound Healing Research Fellowship, from Marjana Tomic-Canic, Ph.D., and Lawrence A. Schachner, M.D., the Harvey Blank Professor and Chair of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery.

Student Researcher Honored with a Dozen Accolades in Two Years

Thanks to an inimitably successful two years of research at the Miller School, Shailee Patel can add a remarkable list of accomplishments to her curriculum vitae as she heads back to medical school to complete her fourth-year clinical rotations.

Read more »