RUSM In The News
For Michael “Mickey” Geraghty ’19, the realization that he has finally reached the pinnacle of his educational career and earned the prestigious title of MD is “huge.”
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) has entered into an agreement with Tuskegee University in Alabama to increase the number of African-American students who enter medical school at RUSM, and ultimately become physicians.
Vivian W. Pinn, M. D. Founding Director, (Retired), Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health Senior Scientist Emerita, National Institutes of Health.
Over the years, literally thousands of Ross graduates have been given the chance to fulfill their dreams of becoming physicians because of our holistic approach to admission. Among these are Yehuda Galili and Meghan Lytle ’16, who couples-matched at Orlando Health – their top choice hospital – where Galili was recently made Chief Resident.
Dr. Kenneth Connell
MBBS DM (Internal Medicine) (UWI), PhD (KCL), FACP, FRCP, FACC
Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacology UWI Cave Hill Campus
Governor ACP Caribbean Chapter
Chairman, Barbados National Drug Formulary Committee
On the eve of National Doctor’s Day, we celebrate and recognize the impact and selfless work
physicians make to individual lives and communities. At Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM)
we are honored to have a network of over 14k MDs that have made and continue to make significant
contributions in the healthcare community.
Match Week is without a doubt one of the most anticipated events of the year for new medical school graduates, whose future residency appointments will finally be revealed.
In a year of record competition between urology Match hopefuls, Mahir Maruf ’16 recently learned that he had secured a coveted residency position in his specialty of choice at Michigan Medical Center in the 2018 Urology Residency “Early” Match – an achievement he described as “just unbelievable.”
It was during his senior year, during his undergraduate studies, that he realized his aspirations to become a physician. To fulfill his medical school requirements, Jashan went on to complete post-baccalaureate courses at CSU, East Bay.
What do you do when you have two passions in life? Luckily for Canadian Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alumna Sarah Tsoi, becoming a physician will allow her to fulfill both – medicine and teaching – at the same time.