Items Tagged with 'Michigan State University College of Human Medicine'
Students will perform clinical work at beginning of education rather than at the end.
Striving to remain at the forefront of medical innovation, the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine implemented a new curriculum, which turns the previous format on its head. Read More
Compound reduces spread of cancerous cells by 85-90 percent in tests.
A recent discovery by Michigan State University College of Human Medicine researchers may lead to a breakthrough in treating melanoma. Read More
Fledgling program is one of very few in the country and is drawing attention.
More than 500 years after Leonardo da Vinci drew his seminal “Vitruvian Man,” the intimate relationship between science and art continues to be a point of emphasis for students at Kendall College of Art and Design. Read More
College of Human Medicine partners with Mary Free Bed.
The rehabilitative research and educational collaboration between a Grand Rapids-based medical school and rehabilitation hospital kicks off with the launch of a new division offered as an elective for medical students and residents. Read More