RUSM In The News
Students at Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM), by virtue of the school’s integrated curriculum and unique setting, already have ample opportunity to gain early clinical experience and an in-your-backyard taste of what global medicine really means.
Sola Fasusi, MD, readily admits that when he found out that he’d been recommended to the Medical Education Readiness Program (MERP), his pride took a hit.
For many years after his undergraduate studies at University of California Davis, Eric Wilson (’07), MD, had given up on his dream of going to medical school—held back by a less-than-stellar GPA. "The admissions committee at Ross saw some potential in me and opened a door that would have otherwise remained closed."
Hundreds of Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) graduates started residency training just a few months ago, in July. In the meantime, many of our graduates who are already deep in their training have earned the distinction of being named chief residents for the 2015-2016 year.
Dr. Janet Charoensook was appointed to the editorial board of the American Journal of Psychiatry--Residents' Journal in her first year of residency at UC Riverside School of Medicine (UCR SOM).
Shortly after attending the Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) Match Celebration in New York on March 21, Jairo Espinosa, who is scheduled to graduate in May, plans to do some traveling. Completing his last clinical clerkship had been “very, very surreal,” he said. “It was a crazy feeling.”
Hundreds of Ross University School of Medicine graduates started residency training in July 2016. In the meantime, many of our graduates who are already deep in their training have earned the distinction of being named chief residents for the 2014-2015 year.
2015 was going to be a pretty exciting year for Candice Todd, MD. Not only did she match into what she describes as a “world-famous” residency program at University of Toronto, but she’s getting married in just a few months.
Recent Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) graduate Rachelle Krause, MD—a native of Courtice, roughly 40 miles away from Toronto, Canada—remembers the exact moment she decided to become a physician.
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) provides clinical education and training through a network of renowned U.S. teaching hospitals. RUSM partners with institutions that have a strong track record of quality patient care, community service, and U.S.-standard medical education.