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Graduation

Tue
28
May

After intense study and specialized training, medical students in the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine class of 2019 received their M.D. degrees during the school’s graduation ceremony on Tuesday, May 28.

Match Day 2019

Fri
15
Mar

On March 15, 2019, graduating students of the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine matched into outstanding residency programs including Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic, Emory University and Wake Forest University.

 

Convocation

Sun
7
Jul

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

Community

For 40 years, the Horizons in Medicine program has supported the dreams of countless disadvantaged and underrepresented high school students from the Dayton area.
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Education

Appreciating diversity is of utmost importance in the practice of medicine. In their day-to-day lives, medical doctors encounter a wide range of patients from all walks of life.
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Research

Shanice Akoto was working in her practice placement at a women’s health center when she learned that many of the women from high-risk communities were using marijuana before and during pregnancy. 
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Announcements

Mary Anne Bassett Frey, 84, of Dayton, passed away on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019.
The Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine mourns the passing of Victor Sarabia, M.D., FACS.

Events

Thursday, October 17, 11 am to Noon
141 Medical Sciences Building
Thursday, October 17, 4 pm to 7:30 pm
WSU Student Union - Apollo and Endeavor Rooms
Friday, October 18, 2 pm to 3 pm
NEC 101 Auditorium

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News

Boonshoft School of Medicine Central Research Forum will showcase biomedical and clinical research

The Central Research Forum on Oct. 17 will include a poster session, special research talks by students and research presentations by faculty members.

Wright State medical school professor named to Ohio attorney general’s opioid committee

Robert Carlson joins a state committee that will look for the circumstantial, environmental, social, behavioral and psychological factors that incline some people to substance use disorder.

Wright State researcher Clintoria Williams makes cover of prestigious physiology magazine

The Physiologist Magazine named Clintoria Williams, an assistant professor at Wright State, as among the “now” generation of scientific trailblazers.

Meeting of Ohio Physiological Society at Wright State abundant with research

The meeting featured physiology and biomedical research from about 150 students and faculty from around Ohio.