most COVID-19 maps do not improve public understanding of the potential risk of contracting the disease or promote compliance with health guidelines meant to slow its spread, ... Read MorePopulation Health Sciences
Office of Student Affairs
We understand that medical school can be an incredibly rewarding and transformative experience that also has its challenges. Here at Student Affairs, we work closely with students to ensure they feel supported and successful during their time at the School of Medicine. Our office includes professional and academic advising, financial aid & scholarships, registrar, academic success, global health, events, and wellness with the same mission statement: to facilitate the personal and professional development of medical students through accessibility, professionalism, collaboration, and inclusivity.
Whether it is your first day of medical school, or preparing residency paperwork after Match, Student Affairs will be here to help. We encourage you to take a moment to explore our website to see the different opportunities Student Affairs can support you as a medical student. If you have any questions about our office, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
The Office of Student Affairs also oversees school-sponsored events, such as:
Today, University of Utah Health and the Huntsman Foundation celebrate the dedication of Huntsman Mental Health Institute (HMHI), the next step in the evolution of University of Utah becoming a premier institution for mental health research and training while continuing its tradition of exceptional mental health care. ... Read MorePsychiatry
As members and leaders from Utah’s healthcare organizations, we believe systemic racism is a real threat to the health of our patients, our families, and our communities. Systemic racism includes a complex array of economic and resource inequalities found throughout significant parts of the U.S. society. Domestic tranquility, for everyone, is an achievable goal. ... Read More
A new study, led by University of Utah Health scientists, suggests more than half of doctors, nurses and emergency responders involved COVID-19 care could be at risk for one or more mental health problems ... Read MorePsychiatry
University of Utah Health began administering the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to frontline health care workers. Distribution of the second dose marks another milestone as U of U Health has vaccinated more than half of its health care personnel (HCP). ... Read More
In December 2020, Utah’s Newborn Screening Program identified the first patient with Guanidinoacetate methyltransferase (GAMT) deficiency solely through newborn screening. GAMT deficiency is an inherited condition that affects the body’s ability to produce creatine. Without creatine, the body is unable to use and store energy resulting in severe neurological problems including intellectual disability, limited speech development, recurrent seizures, autistic-like behavior, and involuntary movements.... Read MorePediatrics