The MD Class of 2024 and the PA Class of 2022 held unusual welcoming ceremonies in light of concerns around COVID-19—which did not dampen the participants’ enthusiasm.
In his keynote address, David Hafler, M.D., chair of neurology, tells the class that courage means not being afraid to fail.
This year’s White Coat ceremony kicked off a weekend of celebration and a symposium on the program’s history.
Becoming a doctor requires a thirst for lifelong learning, a commitment to competence, and compassion for the patient.
Ninety-nine new students don white coats in a ceremony marking the beginning of their medical careers.
The 99 members of the Class of 2013 donned white coats in August as a symbol of their entry into medicine.
Incoming students cited the quality of faculty, research opportunities and the thesis requirement.
The deputy dean of education discusses outstanding physicians and what they must be able to say to their patients.
As 100 new medical students begin their education, a physician defines the principles of their calling.
Dean Robert Alpern urges the Class of 2008 to practice medicine with humility, empathy and compassion.