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After intense study and specialized training, 96 medical students in the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine class of 2018 received their M.D. degrees during the school’s graduation ceremony on Thursday, May 10.



New students will receive the symbol of their chosen profession — the white coat — and take their first oath of professional medical ethics at the Convocation and White Coat Ceremony.

Match Day 2018


On March 16, 2018, graduating students of the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine matched in outstanding residency programs, including Case Western/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, Loma Linda University, University of Chicago Medical Center and Yale University – New Haven Hospitals.


Annual skin cancer screening program, led by Julian Trevino, M.D., '87, has served more than 11,000 people in 23 years.
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Boonshoft School of Medicine students and alumni serve abroad through the Global Health Initiative.
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Robert Lober, M.D., Ph.D., leads research to find the cure for a deadly childhood brain tumor.
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The group of Wright State students produced a video titled “Dayton’s Opioid Epidemic: Prevention and Treatment Strategies.”
Wright State students matched in outstanding programs, including Case Western University, University of Michigan and Yale University.


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