RUSM In The News
~ A Tribute to National Suicide Prevention Month ~
“I have faith that I was put on this Earth to go through things to help others so they know they’re not alone and that together, we can work past these hard times.”
His 6’5” athletic build coupled with his skin color screams basketball player to most strangers.
A multilingual scholar who’s zealous about the student academic journey, Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) Associate Dean of Student Affairs Pranaya Mishra, PhD, has been living the “American Dream” for nearly three
Literally thrown into a multiple-gunshot-wound trauma surgery on her first night shift of surgical clerkship, Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) fourth-year student Alyson Morgan retells the story as if she’s still i
While many physicians use algorithms alongside national medical guidelines to create a patient care plan, cancer specialists bend the rules and push the limits to try and manipulate the disease.
Attacking the stubborn predator that resides within cancer patients is Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alum Joshua Mansour, MD, who treats aggressive cancers including those that have resisted previous treatments.
These questions are being asked more than ever before by prospective medical students today. As the academic and licensure differences between the two continues to shrink, the decision of which path – MD: Doctor of Medicine, or DO: Osteopathic Doctor – is right for you may ultimately rest on personal preferences, and your professional goals as a physician.
The haphazard collection of COVID-19 data and the prolonged contact tracing process leads to an impatient public that now questions virus immunity, mutations and quarantine times.
During this agonizing time of lost wages and medical benefits coupled with precautions of in-person visits, Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alum Ali Chaudhary, MD, has teamed up with other Rossies
Eager to help his future coworkers on the front line, Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alum Atlee Baker, MD, wasn’t content waiting on the sidelines until the st