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.
RoxAnne Digney, Class of ’23, did not celebrate Match Day as most other soon-to-be residents do.
Elizabeth Gero received a hands-on education at Ross Med that prepared her to care for her community in Cleveland, Ohio.
For Muller Pierre-Louis, an education at Ross Med helped him realize his dreams of becoming a surgeon and inspiring future generations.
When Emily Finkelstein, Class of ’23, opened her Match Day email to see the University of Miami Plastic Surgery Residency Program, she became just one of two residents to be accepted into one of the more competitive programs and fields in healthcare.
When Javier Silfa-Cifuentes, Class of ’23, opened his Match Day email to see the University of Central Florida Family Medicine Residency Program in Gainesville, friends from his two years there as an undergraduate had already begun planning the homecoming celebration.
His calling is to care for the disadvantaged.
She encourages women of Pacific Islander descent to pursue careers as physicians
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.
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.
For Erik Rappa, MD, ’21, matching in orthopedic surgery was a full-circle moment.
He received his offer well before Match Day