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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.

 

Graduation

Tue
28
May

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

Convocation

Sun
7
Jul

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.

Community

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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Education

Boonshoft School of Medicine students and alumni serve abroad through the Global Health Initiative.
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Research

Robert Lober, M.D., Ph.D., leads research to find the cure for a deadly childhood brain tumor.
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Announcements

Wright State students matched in outstanding programs, including Case Western University, Emory University and Wake Forest University.
The Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine has awarded the 2019 Edie Moore Student Travel Scholarship to a third-year student at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.

Events

Friday, March 22, 2 pm to 3 pm
NEC 101 Auditorium
Wednesday, March 27, 9:30 am to 11 am
NEC Auditorium, Room 101
Friday, March 29, 2 pm to 3 pm
NEC 101 Auditorium

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News

Boonshoft School of Medicine students learn where they will pursue residency training during nationwide Match Day event

One hundred eight medical students learned where they will spend the next three to five years of their lives completing residency training after receiving their medical degrees.

Wright State professor Dawn Wooley helping CDC write policy on containing the deadly poliovirus

Dawn Wooley, professor of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology, is co-chair of a CDC working group charged with formulating a policy on bio-containment, safety and security.

Wright State research effort into engineering a better bra expands to include medical element

A research project designed to engineer a better bra to ease discomfort has expanded to include medical students investigating breast disease.

Medical-Spirituality Conference to explore addiction with experts from Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation

The Medical-Spirituality Conference is for practicing physicians, nurses, health care providers and others in the religious community.