RUSM In The News
When third semester student Dannie Sieben, ’25 was accepted to Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM), he hoped that RUSM would be an inclusive and welcoming campus. Not only did he find that to be true, but Dannie had the opportunity to build solidarity for the LGBTQIA+ campus community in the form of an organization.
The collaboration provides qualifying Bishop’s University students eligibility for admission and scholarships to two schools of medicine and a veterinary school
An alumni ambassador working to address disparities based on sexual orientation in medical education and patient care
June is Pride Month. It commemorates the movement for LGBTQIA+ rights in the U.S. Pride events are held every June to recognize the impact LGBTQIA+ people have had in communities nationwide and across the world. Ross University School of Medicine supports a culture where students can bring their full, authentic selves to school, and is inclusive regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
RUSM graduate Dr. Daniela Jimenez and her mentor Dr. Melissa Woo agree mentorship offers immeasurable benefits
She encourages women of Pacific Islander descent to pursue careers as physicians
Her publication exposes inaccuracies and the effect on patient health
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) graduate Carrie Worley, ’21, remembers her anticipation on the Monday of Match Week, waiting for the news of her residency match while at her home in Franklin, Ohio, just outside of Dayton.
While at RUSM, Dr. Dike has demonstrated a passion for learning as well as a commitment to leadership and professional development.
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alum Erine Raybon-Rojas, MD, ‘08 was always clear about her personal mission, long before becoming a pulmonary critical care intensivist. During her childhood, Dr.
Transplants offer a second chance for patients
Even as a young child in kindergarten, Uyi Aisueni had grand ambitions, which fell nothing short of becoming a prominent physician making a huge impact on patients’ lives.
Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE), a leading healthcare educator, today announced that more than 700 medical school graduates from American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) and Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) will begin residency training this summer in 44 U.S. states following initial results from the U.S. National Resident Matching Program®’s 2022 Main Residency Match (The MATCH℠).