Alumni Community

The University of Utah School of Medicine Alumni Association considers medical alumni of the University of Utah School of Medicine, faculty, house staff, residents, and medical students all part of the community we serve. Our goal is to provide programming, services, and events that support the medical school mission and connect alumni and students.

Alumni Programs
Half Century Society
  • Half Century Society Celebration - Alumni Weekend
  • Half Century Society Annual Summer Luncheon

Student Programs

First Year & Second Year

Fourth Year & Residency

All Medical Students

Alumni Community News

2017 Distinguished Humanitarian Award
Recognition, Education
Mar 07, 2018

2017 Distinguished Humanitarian Award

alumni awards, events, physician award, surgery, clinical investigation prize,

Geoffrey Tabin, M.D. is Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, John E. and Marva M. Warnock Presidential Endowed Chair, and Co-Director of the Division of International Ophthalmology at the University of Utah’s John A. Moran Eye Center. He specializes in cornea, cataract and refractive surgery. Dr. Tabin graduated from Yale College and earned an M.A. in philosophy at Oxford as a Marshall Scholar, followed by an M.D. from Harvard Medical School. ... Read More

Surgery
Dean's Roundtable - Tom Coppin, MD'67
Recognition, Education
Mar 07, 2018

Dean's Roundtable - Tom Coppin, MD'67

Dr. Thomas D. Coppin is a distinguished member of the School of Medicine’s class of 1967. He’s a career army pathologist, who extended his career after 30 years in the army for 13 more years working at FHP and then Lakeview hospitals.... Read More

Alumni Relations
Dean's Roundtable  James Mason, MD
Recognition, Education
Mar 07, 2018

Dean's Roundtable James Mason, MD

medical alumni, medical students, alumni relatoins

Dr. James O. Mason is a distinguished member of the School of Medicine’s Class of 1958. Given the Wintrobe Award—for being one of the top students in his class—Dr. Mason went to have a long and impressive career. Over the years, he was executive director of the Utah Department of Health, director of the Centers for Disease Control, assistant secretary for health and head of the US Public Health Service in the US Department of Health and Human Services, and the American delegate to the World Health Organization. Here’s what he shared in a recent Dean’s Roundtable.... Read More

Alumni Relations
2017 Distinguished Alumni Award
Recognition
Nov 27, 2017

2017 Distinguished Alumni Award

alumni awards, events, physician award, surgery, clinical investigation prize,

Dr. Black received his MD degree from the U of U in 1974. He then did an internship and residency in surgery at both the U and Duke, finishing with a fellowship in pediatric surgery at Children’s Hospital of Cincinnati. He is board certified in both general surgery and pediatric surgery and with the national board of medical examiners. ... Read More

Alumni Relations
2017 Distinguished Alumni Award
Recognition
Nov 23, 2017

2017 Distinguished Alumni Award

alumni awards, events, physician award, surgery, clinical investigation prize,

Charles W. Sorenson, MD, FACS, is President Emeritus of Intermountain Healthcare (President and CEO from January 2009 until October 2016), prior to that he served for eleven years as Intermountain’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Under Dr. Sorenson’s leadership, Intermountain Healthcare implemented a disciplined and system-wide focus on best clinical and operational practices aimed at producing measurably better outcomes for patients at sustainable costs. Currently he is the Founding Director of the Intermountain Healthcare Leadership Institute. Opening in 2018, the Institute will offer select high potential leaders a variety of leadership development courses focused on principle-based decision making and leading at the juncture of clinical and administrative expertise. ... Read More

Alumni Relations
M. Paul Southwick Prize
Recognition, Education
Nov 01, 2017

M. Paul Southwick Prize

uusom alumni, faculty, teaching

Dr. Stults is the 2017 recipient of the M. Paul Southwick Prize in Clinical Education. He completed his undergraduate education at Brown University, medical school at the University of Rochester, internal medicine training at the University of Utah, and a pulmonary medicine fellowship at the University of Rochester and the University of Utah. He joined the Division of General Medicine at the University of Utah in 1979, working at both University Hospital and the Salt Lake City, VA Medical Center throughout his career under division chief mentors Thomas Caine, MD and John Holbrook, MD.... Read More

Alumni Relations