College of Medicine

February 06, 2017 - February 12, 2017

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Diversity & Inclusion Medicine Newsletter: "The Chart"
(Fall 2016 Issue)
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  • Proof of Enrollment: "Proof of Enrollment" (often needed for ski passes, discounts on car insurance, etc.) is obtained through the UVM Registrar's Office, via your myUVM portal. Instructions on how to retrieve your "Proof of Enrollment" can be found at the Registrar's Office Enrollment Verifications webpage. Please contact the UVM Registrar with any questions.
    • Need Something Call a "Letter of Good Standing?" (different from proof of enrollment): Submit your request to the Office of Medical Student Education. Please indicate whether you need an electronic format, a hardcopy, or both, and where the letter should be sent.
  • "Doctor" Your CV: Want to update your CV to reflect a more medically-inclined candidate? Helpful CV resources, including fun sample templates, are available at the Office of Medical Student Education (OMSE) Website, under Student Affairs >> Career Advising (scroll to resource, located at the bottom of the page). OMSE also has a team of folks that can review CVs and personal statements. If you send your CV or Personal statement in Word DOC format to with #CVreview in the subject line, we should return track changes within 5-7 business days. Please contact the Office of Medical Student Education with any questions.
  • COMIS Administrator Announcement: COM Technology Services is changing the systems maintenance schedule to better respond to security and vulnerability threats. Instead of quarterly weekend maintenance windows, we will move to shorter, monthly work periods. Starting in February, updates to systems will occur on the third Tuesday of each month from 10PM and 6AM. During that time, services may be briefly interrupted as systems are restarted or modified. We will notify the community if an extended outage is needed or email and internet services are interrupted. COMET maintenance will remain 10 p.m. to midnight every Tuesday. The new schedule will begin immediately. The dates for 2017 are: Feb. 21, March 21, April 18, May 16, June 20, July 18, August 15, September 19, October 17, November 21 and December 19. If you have questions, use or call (802) 656-7300.

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Policy 560.00 - Satisfactory Academic Progress

Students must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) in order to remain enrolled as candidates for the M.D. degree. The Larner College of Medicine SAP policy includes both qualitative and quantitative standards. Academic progress for medical students is closely monitored by the Larner College of Medicine Committee on Advancement. The specific standards by which the Committee on Advancement operates are detailed within the Medical Student Handbook.

View this policy and others in the Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at the University of Vermont Medical Student Handbook, NOW ONLINE >>

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Class of 2017

  • DEADLINE THIS WEEK - Commencement 2017 - Regalia, Tickets, Hooding: We are starting the planning for 2017 Commencement and wanted to share a few details about early deadlines and information about ticketing and hooding so you can plan with your families and friends. Please note, the deadline is no later than February 06, 2017! Please contact Brittany Willette, Events Manager, with any questions.
  • The Rank Order List Certification Deadline: The Rank Order List certification deadline is 9 pm EST on February 22, 2017. Please do not wait until the last couple of hours to certify, and remember, if you make changes you must re-certify! If you don't certify, your list won't go into the Match. The NRMP is unforgiving. We encourage you to meet with your specialty advisor to go over you Rank Order List before final certification. Information on the ranking process, including tips and Frequently Asked Questions is available on the web. Please contact Emma Faustner, Advanced Integration and Residency Placement Coordinator, with any questions.
  • CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - Class of 2017 Graduation Student Speaker: With Match Week and Commencement in our sights, it is time to start planning for the important selection of the Class of 2017 student graduation speaker. If you are interested in being considered for this role, please submit your speech (5-7 minutes in length) to Kiersten Hallquist no later than Monday, March 20th, at 10:00am. All submissions will be reviewed by a selection Committee and the student will be notified of the selection results no later than April 19th. Please contact Kiersten Hallquist with any questions.
  • Save the Date for the Larner College of Medicine Class of 2017 Dinner (evening before Match Day!) hosted by the UVM Medical Alumni Association: The UVM Medical Alumni Association invites you and one guest to attend the Class of 2017 Dinner. The dinner is scheduled for Thursday, March 16, 2017 (the night before Match Day!) at UVM's Davis Student Center, 4th floor Grand Maple Ballroom. The evening will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a reception, followed by a seated dinner and program. Register to attend today! (Please note: Students and family members please coordinate before registering to avoid duplicate registrations) Kindly respond by March 9, 2017. Please contact Cristin Gildea, Director of the Alumni Relations, with any questions.

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Class of 2018

  • APPROACHING DEADLINE - UC Irvine Urology Fellowship opportunity for MS3s and MS4s: The Department of Urology at UC Irvine would like to announce an excellent research opportunity for medical students interested in urology. We are accepting applications to The Joseph & Carol Reich Leadership and Innovation Fellowship Training (LIFT) Program in Urology for the 2017-2018 academic year. The application deadline is February 15, 2017. Read more in the full program solicitation email. Please do not hesitate to contact Shoaib Safiullah or Daniel Lama for further information regarding this opportunity.
  • Clinical Research Position in Orthopedics at MGH for 3rd Year Students: Dr. Scott D. Martin is currently inviting 3rd year medical students to apply for a Clinical Research Fellowship in Orthopedic Sports Medicine and Joint Reconstruction at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), a Harvard teaching hospital. This fellowship is awarded to a rising fourth-year medical student who has demonstrated a keen interest in orthopedics and is a competitive future candidate for a residency in orthopedic surgery. Application deadline is February 22, 2017, but it is highly recommended to submit your application as soon as possible as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Application materials include a cover letter and CV. Read more...
  • Medical Education Fellowship for Medical Students - University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine: Now in its fourth year, the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is continuing to offer a one year medical education fellowship to a medical student after completion of year 2 of the traditional MD curriculum. Through our Educational Development Office, this fellow will work primarily on our 'Cane Academy initiative, working directly with our senior instructional designer and other members of the medical education administration. The 'Cane Academy initiative assists in creating a competency-based, self-directed curriculum that leverages educational technology including but not limited to online modules with short videos, self-assessment questions, and in class problem solving sessions leading to formative and summative assessments. This fellow must already have expertise in instructional technology resources to assist in growing the initiative and will work collaboratively with faculty and the senior instructional designer on technological solutions for blended learning. A graduate student stipend for the year will be provided along with support for travel to medical education conferences. For more information, please contact David Green, M.S., senior instructional designer.
  • ACTION REQUESTED - Brief Follow-Up Survey for Code Simulation Session During Introductory Bridge Week: Congratulations on nearing the completion of your clerkship year! We would like to follow-up on the code simulation session that you attended during your very first bridge week with a brief anonymous survey. Your valuable feedback is the primary force behind making amendments to this session and we are aiming for full class participation. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email Allie Brown or Melanie Ma. Thank you for your part in improving this session for future classes!

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Class of 2019

  • THIS WEEK - Tea@3: The Wellness Committee invites the class of 2019 for Tea@3 every Wednesday at 3pm in January and February, in Med Ed 201. There will be tea and refreshments to refuel! Please contact Lizzie McLeod (co2020) with any questions.
  • APPROACHING DEADLINE - UC Irvine Urology Fellowship opportunity for MS3s and MS4s: The Department of Urology at UC Irvine would like to announce an excellent research opportunity for medical students interested in urology. We are accepting applications to The Joseph & Carol Reich Leadership and Innovation Fellowship Training (LIFT) Program in Urology for the 2017-2018 academic year. The application deadline is February 15, 2017. Read more in the full program solicitation email. Please do not hesitate to contact Shoaib Safiullah or Daniel Lama for further information regarding this opportunity.
  • AAMC Herbert W. Nickens Medical Student Scholarships: These awards consist of five scholarships given to outstanding students entering their third year of medical school who have shown leadership in efforts to eliminate inequities in medical education and health care and have demonstrated leadership efforts in addressing educational, societal, and health care needs of racial and ethnic minorities in the United States. A medical school may nominate one student per year for this award. Read more about this opportunity at the Herbert W. Nickens Medical Student Scholarship webpage. If you believe you would be a good candidate for this award, please send the following to the Office of Medical Student Education no later than February 21, 2016 (submissions will be reviewed and a nominee selected on March 1, 2016):
    • A letter of recommendation from a faculty member.
    • A personal statement by the nominee, which does not exceed two double space pages, assessing their leadership efforts in eliminating inequities in medical education and health care for racial and ethnic minorities.
    • A curriculum vitae (CV) for the nominee, which clearly highlight awards and scholarships, and includes contact information.
  • NBME Comprehensive Basic Science Exam self-assessment voucher to prepare for Step 1: Members of the co2019 are eligible for one NBME Comprehensive Basic Science Exam self-assessment voucher to prepare for Step 1. The purpose of these self-assessments is to guide your study for the exam by helping you to identify areas of strength and weakness. In order to make the best use of the self-assessment as a study guide, you should take the assessment no later than one week before your scheduled exam. After obtaining and launching a self-assessment voucher, you are committed to using it; please complete the test in the time frame required. If you find that you will not use your voucher and have not launched it you may return it to OMSE for another student to use. OMSE has access to the self-assessment score data. Please contact studentCOMservices if you would like to schedule a discussion about the results to aid in your study plan. Please contact Emma Faustner, Advanced Integration and Residency Placement Coordinator, to obtain a voucher.
  • ACTION REQUIRED - Clean Out Your Given Lockers by July 01: The Office of Medical Student Education requires Clerkship level students to have lockers cleared out by July 1st, so we can begin to prepare for the 2021s (I know, right?! Wow… 2021s). If you are going to be on away rotations between now and then, you MUST clear out your locker before leaving (or have someone clear it out for you). Students who are rotating locally should clear out their lockers by July 1 (when you begin your local rotation, your OASIS Academic History Locker Info will be updated to reflect your new UVMMC Locker info; contact Jacqueline Drouin with any questions about your UVMMC locker). As a reminder, students who fail to clean out their lockers by the established deadline will be charged a $50 cleaning fee, as outlined in the UVM Medical Student Handbook Policy 950.00 – Student Lockers. Please contact the Office of Medical Student Education if you have any questions or concerns. Good luck with your rotations! We miss you around here!

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Class of 2020

  • DEADLINE THIS WEEK - Center for Injury Research and Policy (CIRP) Injury Research Program Summer 2017: The Center for Injury Research and Policy (CIRP) in the Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital will host its annual Injury Research Program for medical students during the summer of 2017. The goal of this program is to provide research training to future physician-investigators while introducing them to the field of injury research. The deadline for applications is 5:00 PM EST, on Monday, February 06, 2017 and students will be notified by Monday, March 20, 2017. Read more...
  • DEADLINE THIS WEEK - UVMLCOM Summer Research Fellowship Opportunities - UVMLCOM Summer Research Fellowship: Research is an important component of the multiple missions of the College of Medicine. We encourage you to participate in the opportunities available during your medical training to engage in basic, clinical, and/or health policy-related research activities that are ongoing in the College. UVMLCOM offers some funding for students to engage in research, many thanks to our Foundation and the Cardiovascular Research Institute of Vermont (CVRI). You can read more about the fellowship program, its requirements, and timeline on COMET >> Student Affairs Lounge >> Summer Opportunities >> UVMLCOM Summer Research Fellowship. Pre-proposals for the UVMLCOM Summer Research Fellowships can be turned into Kiersten Hallquist via email or in person, at the OMSE Office (Given Courtyard N100). Pre-proposals are due Monday, February 06, 2016, no later than 4:30 PM EST (when OMSE closes for the day). If you wish to review pre-proposals from last years' applicants, please feel free to swing by the office - a folder of sample proposals has been placed by the front door (please leave the folder in the office; it can't leave the office). Please contact Kiersten Hallquist with any questions.
  • THIS WEEK - HELP NEEDED - Convocation of Thanks Ceremony: Dr. McCarthy is looking for first year medical students to form the Convocation of Thanks planning committee. The Convocation of Thanks Ceremony is scheduled for April 30th. This ceremony is a way to celebrate our donors and thank the families for the opportunity. We will have our first planning meeting on Tuesday, February 7th, from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, in Med Ed 307. If you are interested in joining the planning committee please email Dr. McCarthy or plan to attend the first meeting. They look forward to working with you.
  • DEADLINE THIS WEEK (EXTENDED) - Dean's Advisory Committee on Diversity & Inclusion (DACDI): The University of Vermont College of Medicine values diversity as a driver of excellence. Diversity and inclusion are not only valued, but are an integral part of the mission and strategic plans of the College. In 2012, Dean Morin created a Dean's Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusion (DACDI), whose members help guide the College of Medicine through the complexities and nuances associated with successfully embedding the principles and practices of diversity, inclusiveness and cultural competence throughout all facets of our institution. To that end, the Dean's Advisory Committee on Diversity & Inclusion (DACDI) is seeking nominations for a student representative from the Class of 2020. This position is for up to a four year term, which will begin on March 1, 2017. Students qualified to serve as a representative on DACDI are those who are full time medical students who are considered to be in good standing academically with the College. Please visit our application page for more information about DACDI, and/or to apply. The deadline to apply/nominate is February 12, 2017. Please contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion with any questions.
  • Summer Opportunity - Jeanne Spurlock Minority Medical Student Research Fellowships in Substance Abuse and Addiction: Supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (award availability contingent upon funding from sponsor), the Jeanne Spurlock Minority Medical Student Research Fellowship provides up to $4,000 for 8-12 weeks of research training in substance abuse and addiction under a mentor with extensive experience in the type of research that is being proposed, and whose work includes children and adolescents participants. This program also provides additional travel for required attendance to AACAP's 64th Annual Meeting in Washington DC in October 2017. Applications are considered from African-American, Native American, Alaskan Native, Mexican American, Hispanic, Asian, and Pacific Islander students in accredited U.S. medical schools or students whose research will focus on minorities. The application deadline is March 03, 2017.
  • Summer Opportunity - Summer Medical Student Fellowships in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Supported by AACAP's Campaign for America's Kids (CFAK), The Summer Medical Student Fellowship provides up to $3,500 for 12 weeks of clinical or research training under a child and adolescent psychiatrist mentor. This program also provides additional travel funds for the required attendance of award recipients to the 64th AACAP Annual Meeting in Washington DC in October 2017. The application deadline is March 03, 2017.
  • Summer Opportunities are Posted in COMET: COMET has information regarding the UVM COM Summer Research Fellowship program, a link to the AAMC Summer Clinical and research opportunities list, and a list of all summer opportunities that have been posted to the WeeklyWire thus far (in order of application deadline). View them under COMET>>Student Affaires>>Summer Opportunities (note: you can only use this hyperlink if you are already signed into COMET). Please contact Student Services if you have any questions.

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Special Olympics Winter Games

Special Olympics Vermont is looking for volunteers to help at the Winter Games taking place March 3-5 at Suicide Six Ski Area in Pomfret, VT. Help host a fun-filled, action-packed games for the athletes, coaches, and unified partners! Please SIGN UP ONLINE, TODAY. Contact Sarah Kelso (co2017) with any questions.

Interpreters Wanted

We are looking for volunteer interpreters to participate in a New American Safety Day event on Saturday, May 20th, 2017, 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM, in Burlington VT. Interpreters are needed who speak the following languages: Nepali, Somali, MaiMai, Kirundi, Burmese, Karen, French, Swahili and Arabic. If you are interested in volunteering and speak one of the above languages please email Chrissy Keating.

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Anxiety & Stress Management Group Therapy for Medical Students

Vermont Psychological Services (formerly the Behavior Therapy & Psychotherapy Center at UVM) is offering an anxiety skills group for anxiety and stress management. This group is offered specifically for medical students. These weekday evening sessions will be led by two psychology Ph.D. candidates, Kelsey Hudson and Jonah Meyerhoff. They will be teaching skills useful for medical students preparing for Step 1, although senior students are also welcome. To participate in this group, contact Vermont Psychological Services at (802) 656-2661, or submit your name and contact information on our website. When contacting the clinic, leave a message regarding interest in the group and we will call you back in a timely manner to provide information. You can also reach out to Dr. Rosen if you have questions about the group. There will be 4-6 sessions total.


Ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourselves for this year's College of Medicine talent show, it's going to be HUGE! To all of the many hidden talents out there, the show will be March 15th. You can sign up to take part in this fun opportunity by contacting Liz O'Neill (co2020) with your talent and participant names! Deadline to submit is March 1!

THIS WEEK - Sanders/Cruz Debate Viewing Party

Tuesday, February 07, 9:00 PM - 10:30 PM, in the Sullivan Classroom (Med Ed 200). The Students for a National Healthcare Program (SNaHP) Student Interest Group is hosting a viewing party for the televised debate between Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) regarding the future of the Affordable Care Act and healthcare in general within the United States. Guests of all political backgrounds are welcome to attend for a casual, sociable event that will encourage open and friendly discussion. Please contact Dylan Gookin (co2020) with any questions.

THIS WEEK - Spring 2017 Babysitter Mingler

Sunday, February 12, 2017 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM, at the Davis Center. Each semester, the Office of Student & Community Relations hosts a meet-and-greet for area families in need of responsible babysitters and UVM students interested in a babysitting job. Complete details and registration are available on the event page. Students arrive at 10:00AM; Families arrive at 10:30AM. As UVM affiliates, we cannot take on the role of holding, exchanging, or advertising the particular babysitting needs of parents in the community, or the particular babysitting availability and/or qualifications of our students. We can host Babysitter Minglers where we bring students and parents together so that they can meet face to face and exchange information if they so choose. We do recommend that parents check references of the students who attended the Babysitter Mingler and use whatever screening process they would normally use when hiring a sitter.

Marathon Training and Winter Running

Monday, February 13th, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM, in the Sullivan Classroom (Med Ed 200). Interested in running the Vermont City Marathon? The Marathon SIG will be hosting a lunchtime talk about marathon training on Monday, February 13th! A running coach will be coming in to share his tips for increasing mileage and training for the marathon. We will also have a speaker from Fleet Feet who will discuss the best ways to run in the winter. The event will take place in MedEd 200 from 12-1, and lunch will be provided! Please contact Kirsten Martin (co2020) with any questions.

February Dining with the Deans

Wednesday, February 15, 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM, in the Dean's Large Conference Room (Given E105). Join Dean Zehle and Dean Jeffries to promote positive collaboration between the students and members of the administration over a Sugar Snap-catered lunch. Share your concerns, identify problems, and suggest solutions that you may have regarding your medical education. The Larner College of Medicne is a great institution and we would love to hear what works and your ideas on how we can further improve the program.

This month's special guests are Tiffany J. Delaney, MA.Ed., Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and Michael Upton, M.D., Faculty Development Liaison for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

The first 15 students to sign up are in! Please contact Kiersten Hallquist if you have any questions.

Pharmacology Seminar - "The Effects of Cerebral Microvascular Ischemia Revealed by Optical Imaging and Manipulation"

Thursday, February 23, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM, in HSRF 300. The UVM Department of Pharmacology is proud to present "The Effects of Cerebral Microvascular Ischemia Revealed by Optical Imaging and Manipulation" with Andy Shih, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosciences, at the Medical University of South Carolina. Please contact the Department of Pharmacology with any questions.

Free Statistical Therapy at the Dana Medical Library

Alan Howard, M.S. Biostatistics, from UVM Statistical Software Support and Consulting Services will be offering FREE statistical therapy with no appointment necessary! Stop by!

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SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE THIS WEEK - Announcing a Scholarship Honoring a Global Health Great!

Just in time with Child Family Health International's (CFHI's) 25th anniversary, we are proud to present the Thomas Hall scholars program. Respected UCSF lecturer, Dr. Thomas Hall, has partnered with Child Family Health International to deliver a new scholarship for students dedicated to Global Health understanding and advocacy.

Apply now, the application deadline is February 10, 2017. We will be able to award $1500 to two undergraduate, graduate or post-graduate students who demonstrate exceptional commitment to Global Health.

Dr. Thomas Hall is a dedicated leader in Global Health, who's 7 "health related careers" add up to about 124 years' worth of work and research experience in Global Health related fields. For more information about Dr. Thomas Hall, his career and the details of the new Scholarship program, please visit the program website. Contact Child Family Health International with any questions.

APPROACHING ABSTRACT DEADLINE - Maltepe University International Student Congress

We are honored to invite you to Maltepe University International Student Congress, which will be held on May 8-9, 2017 in Istanbul, Turkey. The main theme of the congress will be 'Personalized Medicine' which has been a particular interest in medical sciences. We would like to meet you in the light of science as the students of Maltepe University Faculty of Medicine, which aims to be "free in thought and universal in science". We are looking forward to your participation and valuable research, which will enrich this international congress. We wish to be together with you at the congress which we combine the natural beauty of our campus with a strong scientific and social program. Please contact with any questions. Our abstract deadline is February 10th 2017.

3rd annual Northeast Medical Student Queer Alliance Summit

On March 4th, Fenway Health (the LGBTQ health center in Boston) will be hosting the 3rd annual Northeast Medical Student Queer Alliance Summit! This is an opportunity for medical students across the northeast to collaborate to promote LGBTQ education, research and community at their respective institutions. There will also be a networking dinner the evening before, for students and residents interested in careers in LGBTQ health. Please feel free to review/print/share the event flyer! The UVM COM Gender & Sexuality Alliance will be coordinating rides down to Boston. If interested, please contact Eli Goldberg (co2020). You can register for the dinner online, and you can also register for the NMSQA summit using the Google Sign Up Form.

National MS Society" MS Clinical Mentorship Program 2017

The National MS Society offers a four-week MS clinical mentorship program to students who have completed at least one year of medical school. The experience will expose students to the diagnosis and comprehensive management of MS under the tutelage of MS experts. Goals are to raise awareness of the challenges experienced by people with MS and to generate interest in a career in MS care. Applications are due by February 17.

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Lost something? Email the Office of Medical Student Education (OMSE) a description of the item, where and when it was last seen, and who to contact if someone finds the item, and we will happily post it here!


Please visit the Office of Medical Education, in Given Courtyard N100, if one of the following items is yours (items left unclaimed for more than three weeks will be left as freebies in the student lounge):

  • Black knit UNIQLO winter hat
  • Black thin- and square-framed OPTX glasses (Rx +/- 1)
  • One knit brownish-gray Upstate Stock mitten, with leather palm-liner
  • A pair of Metal Plate black-framed glasses
  • One green Standard Textile 2XL long-sleeved scrubs top

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Room for Rent

One or two private bedrooms available in home with homeowner and another UVM student bathroom shared among students. $650/month. Available immediately through the end of May 2017. Burlington, in a private family residence, a 5 - 10 minute walk to UVM, Medical Center, & Champlain College. Parking included. No pets. Non-smoker. Kitchen privileges. References requested. Contact: Lee @ 863-2879 or email if you are interested.

Townhouse Share

Looking for roommate to share my South Burlington furnished condo: 2-bedroom, 1 1/2 bathroooms, swimming pool, tennis court, washer and dryer, and parking. It's near the bike path and 3 miles to Champlain College, UVM, and the medical center. I am seeking a professional, graduate student, or medical student. Room is furnished with a queen bed, a dresser, and a night table, but could be unfurnished. I am asking for a month-to-month agreement, $575/month , plus 1/2 utilities and deposit. The room is available February 1st. Non-smoker and no pets. If you are interested, please email me at

Essex Junction – Furnished, Newly Renovated Room for Rent- $700/month, all utilities included

Perfect living situation for serious student. Entire upstairs (large, private, bright room and bathroom) available in a 3-bedroom home in Essex Junction in family-friendly, quiet neighborhood. Features include all new flooring, furniture and new, private bath. Ample storage and free use of washer/dryer. Three month or six-month lease. No smokers or tobacco use. No drug use. Responsible alcohol use. Not a party house. References required. Must like dogs and cats. No additional pets. Lease term is negotiable. Read more and view pictures in the housing flyer. If you are interested, call Miriam at 802-872-8002 or email

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Questions or comments? Looking to submit information/event details? Please email the Office of Medical Student Education. Deadline for submission is Fridays, at noon.

Office of Medical Student Education
The Courtyard at Given N-100
89 Beaumont Avenue
Burlington, VT 05405
Phone:(802) 656-0722
Fax:(802) 656-9377