In the Community
Serving the world we live in is a vitally important mission of the UVM College of Medicine. The College is a key partner with state leaders in finding solutions for the issues that affect patients, populations and policy, and many of our programs serve as national models of excellence.
Community Medical School is a series of evening medical science lectures led by UVM/The University of Vermont Medical Center faculty experts. Free and open to the public. Spring 2015 Community Medical School lectures will take place in the Carpenter Auditorium the first Tuesday of each month: March 3, April 7, May 5 and June 2, 2015 from 6:00-7:30pm, including a Question & Answer session.
First-year medical student Daniel Kula has learned from many doctors at the University of Vermont, but perhaps his most valuable lessons came from one no longer alive: a physician who donated his body for educational use.
Putting together a robust medical school-based Global Health program is a complicated process that requires a lot of energy and curriculum planning, says Majid Sadigh, M.D., an associate professor of medicine who directs the Global Health program at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and clinical teaching partner ...