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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 applications 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Student Affairs also oversees school-sponsored events, such as:
Spread vertically on three floors in the middle of University of Utah Hospital is the new home for Interventional Radiology and reading rooms for radiologists. The area provides new imaging technology in a centralized location to improve patient care. ... Read MoreRadiology
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U of U Hospital Launches Rapid DNA Testing of Critically-ill Infants for Faster Diagnosis, Better Care
University of Utah Health today announced the launch of a pilot project with a goal of quickly and accurately detecting genetic disorders among newborns in its neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).... Read MoreObstetrics and Gynecology,Pediatrics,Human Genetics
In recognition of creativity, leadership and achievements in research, neurobiologist Moriel Zelikowsky, Ph.D., assistant professor of Neurobiology and Anatomy at University of Utah Health, has received a 2020 Sloan Research Fellowship. ... Read MoreNeurobiology and Anatomy
University of Utah Health scientists have identified a key molecule involved in the development of cerebral malaria, a deadly form of the tropical disease. The discovery reveals a potential drug target and way forward in alleviating this condition for which few targeted treatments are available. ... Read MorePathology