RUSM In The News
For this vivacious, no-nonsense Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) student, it’s an honor and privilege to be called
He has strolled the resident floor for one year and spent the last few months fighting the persistent COVID-19 virus.
What happens when the doctor becomes the patient? Giuliano De Portu, MD ’09, an Emergency Medicine physician at the University of Florida, found out first hand when he ended up in his hospital’s own Division of Cardiovascular Health with a high-grade atrioventricular block, and subsequently found himself in the skilled hands of another Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alumnus.
Daily life now resides at the corner of twilight zone and apocalypse, complete with a crash course in healthy childhood habits — washing hands, social etiquette and being kind to others.
An authentic optimist, the youngest of nine children recalls an idyllic childhood full of love, surrounded by his ‘heroes’ — siblings who nurtured him since birth.
The daughter of an Emergency Medicine pediatrician, Savannah Gowan, MD ’20, knew she wanted to follow in her father’s footsteps since childhood.
Though she survived high school, Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alumna Aprylle Thompson, MD, was not unscathed — she was shunned by white classmates and taunted with racial slurs meant to denigra
In a class with a strong 95.2% first-time residency attainment rate, Anthony “Tony” Poles, MD ’19, stands out as being one of four individuals to attain a residency in the particularly competitive specialty of OBGYN at Kern Medical – an accomplishment that, for him, “no words can describe.”
During the last month, I’ve connected with you about the imperativeness of inclusion and balancing the social justice scale.
Our Diversity & Inclusion Taskforce members met for the second time this week to hammer out next steps in their mission to further the diversity and inclusion initiatives at Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM). Th