Students

Class of 2000 takes to the generalist disciplines

As went the nation, so went the Class of 2000 on Match Day this year, with half the class matching to one of the “generalist” disciplines, such as internal medicine or primary care. Nationwide, reported the National Resident Matching Program, 51 percent of this year’s matches entered internal medicine, family practice or pediatrics. Of the 108 Yale medical students in the Match this year, 29 chose internal medicine, five chose primary care and 20 chose pediatrics. Six students matched with orthopaedics programs and nine matched in dermatology, an increase over previous years in both specialties. Ten students entered obstetrics and gynecology...

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Songs and dance to benefit minority high school students

Medical students strutted their stuff in January at the Seventh Annual Grannum Jamboree, showing...

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I Know What You Did Last Semester

Early in the first act of I Know What You Did Last Semester, the Class of 2002’s second-year show,...

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2000 residency placements for Yale medical students

The Office of Student Affairs has provided the following list, which outlines the results of the...

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