The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont educates physicians and biomedical scientists, and supports Graduate Medical Education, Continuing Medical Education, Fellowships and Postdoctoral training programs.
When University of Vermont Class of 2019 medical student Jacob Reibel and the six other classmates in his group selected their public health project earlier this year, they wanted to get out of the classroom and into the field – literally – to talk to Vermonters about their health concerns.
“Innovation in healthcare begins and ends with the patient,” says University of Vermont medical student Alexander Marchese ’19, who adds that “although technologies are developed in the lab, they are often conceived in the clinic and can only be fully appreciated once they reach the patient.”
University of Vermont medical student Mary Kate LoPiccolo understands what it takes to have the best global health elective possible. The Class of 2018 member spent six weeks in Uganda in summer 2015 following completion of her first year of medical school.