RUSM In The News
In recognition of National Sleep Week, an annual event held every March that celebrates sleep and promotes better sleep as a means of increasing overall health and well-being, RUSM is proud to acknowledge the contributions many of our graduates have made – and continue to make – in this important field.
As we celebrate Black History Month during the month of February, we want to acknowledge and recognize the incredible accomplishments of our African American Alumni, including Dr. DeAnn Bing ’09 the Co-founder of HomeCare Medicine of Atlanta, providing patients with an effective conduit of care from the hospital to home.
Dr. William Pinsky, a Pediatric Cardiologist and President and Chief Executive Officer of the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates shares his journey to becoming a Pediatric Cardiologist and the new medical advances in early detection of heart defects in children.
FAMU and RUSM are establishing an educational pathway program, making it easier for FAMU graduate school students to study medicine at RUSM.
World Cancer day is an international day marked on February 4th, that aims to save millions of preventable deaths each year by raising awareness about cancer and to encourage prevention, detection and treatment.
On February, 3rd, we honor and acknowledge the impact that female physicians have made in the medical field as we celebrate National Women Physicians Day. This day commemorates the birth of Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to receive a medical degree in the United States in 1849.
President and Chief Executive Officer, ECFMG / Chair, Board of Directors, FAIMER
Irvin Sulapas, MD ‘10. Current Position: Family Medicine & Sports Medicine and Assistant Professor
Baylor College of Medicine
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) announced an increased educational partnership with Cleveland Clinic Florida – the Florida location of one of the nation’s top hospitals, the Cleveland Clinic.