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Internal medicine residents practice life-saving techniques on a simulated patient at Mayo Clinic

Training a new class of residents, fellows: Bridging medical education with purpose, service, more

This year's National Resident Matching Program brought nearly 350 new residents to Mayo Clinic campuses, where they began three- to seven-year commitments. More than two dozen of the new residents are graduates of Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine. A few of our new residents share their path to Mayo.

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Doctor-artists in training at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine utilize their creative talents
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Doctor-artists in training at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine utilize their creative talents

April 11, 2024

A new Applied Medical and Health Humanities Distinction track in Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine supports students who show exceptional involvement, accomplishment, and scholarship in medical and health humanities. The track will graduate its first group of medical students this spring.

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Women's History Month: Spotlight on advocates of equity, diversity, inclusion at Mayo Clinic
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Women's History Month: Spotlight on advocates of equity, diversity, inclusion at Mayo Clinic

March 21, 2024

Join us in commemorating Women's History Month. Along the theme — Women Who Advocate for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion — we feature women students and mentors from Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science who exemplify these characteristics.

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Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine celebrates with medical students on Match Day 2024
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Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine celebrates with medical students on Match Day 2024

March 15, 2024

Excited fourth-year medical students at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota discovered where they matched for residency training on Friday, March 15.

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From our students: Preparing for Match Day and the future
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From our students: Preparing for Match Day and the future

March 14, 2024

As part of the National Resident Matching Program, fourth-year medical students at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine and nationwide will simultaneously open their envelopes on Friday, March 15, 2024, to find out their future specialties and residency training locations. Learn more about the experiences of some of our students.

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Women's History Month: Graduate school leader shares perspective on women in science
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Women's History Month: Graduate school leader shares perspective on women in science

March 8, 2024

During Women's History Month this March and in honor of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, we share the perspective of women leaders at Mayo Clinic on the challenges some women face in scientific careers. Evette Radisky, Ph.D., associate dean of Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences in Florida, and professor of cancer biology and pharmacology, gives her experiences.

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Mayo Clinic celebrates contributions of trainees on Thank a Resident and Fellow Day
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Mayo Clinic celebrates contributions of trainees on Thank a Resident and Fellow Day

February 23, 2024

Thank a Resident and Fellow Day takes place each year on the last Friday of February to collectively show gratitude and appreciation for residents and fellows, and recognizes how integral they are to the healthcare team. We are thankful for the contributions of the residents and fellows in Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education.

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Black History Month: Ph.D. student shares story of belonging at Mayo Clinic
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Black History Month: Ph.D. student shares story of belonging at Mayo Clinic

February 19, 2024

During Black History Month, Black learners share their experiences of empathy, support, and belonging at Mayo Clinic. This story features Taylor Andrews, a predoctoral student at Mayo Clinic in Florida.

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Black History Month: Reflections from Mayo Clinic faculty, staff, and learners
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Black History Month: Reflections from Mayo Clinic faculty, staff, and learners

February 16, 2024

This Black History Month we celebrate the vibrant contributions of African American and Black individuals to our communities. Throughout the month, we'll share stories of Mayo Clinic learners, faculty, and staff with African American or Black family backgrounds.

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Devotion to diversity, equity, and inclusion: A dean's legacy at Mayo Clinic
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Devotion to diversity, equity, and inclusion: A dean's legacy at Mayo Clinic

February 13, 2024

Michele Halyard, M.D., recently retired from Mayo Clinic as dean of Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine’s Arizona Campus and vice dean of Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine. Dr. Halyard was the first dean of the school’s Arizona campus. She played an important role in Mayo Clinic’s antiracism efforts, including recruitment and retention of underrepresented learners.

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Doctor and medical student serve lunch, dignity and more to homeless patient
Community, Featured, Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine

Doctor and medical student serve lunch, dignity and more to homeless patient

February 8, 2024

When a patient experiencing homelessness revealed his favorite meal, Allison Ducharme-Smith, M.D., made a point to deliver it to him for lunch one day. Medical student Christeebella Akpala delivered, too, helping connect the patient with a place to call home.

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Mayo Clinic Physical Therapy Doctoral Program brings hope and healing to Honduras
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Mayo Clinic Physical Therapy Doctoral Program brings hope and healing to Honduras

February 2, 2024

Since 2008, Nathan Hellyer, Ph.D., P.T., has been traveling to Honduras with Mayo Clinic students in the Physical Therapy Doctoral Program to provide medical care in a country with limited resources. Read about his experience.

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