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Morsani College of Medicine Class of 1997 alum inspires first-year medical student

May 07, 2021 11:18 AM By advance - Comment(s)
Morsani College of Medicine Class of 1997 alum inspires first-year medical student
"I was first introduced to the Baker family in my sixth-grade band class, when I met Dr. Baker’s daughter, Maddie. We sat across from each other in the woodwind section and instantly became great friends. We remained close friends throughout middle and high school and eventually became the co-c...

In honor of Mother's Day, a second-year medical student shares what he loves about his mom - a class of 1989 alumna

May 06, 2021 01:04 PM By advance - Comment(s)
In honor of Mother's Day, a second-year medical student shares what he loves about his mom - a class of 1989 alumna

Second-year medical student at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, Michael Bougoulias, is following in the footsteps of his alumni parents, Michael and Kimberly Bougoulias, MD '89. In honor of Mother's Day on May 9, Michael is sharing what he loves most about his mom, Kimberly. 


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Ethan Song, MS4, shares his personal reflections on the value and meaning of scholarship

November 13, 2020 12:19 PM By USF Health - Comment(s)
Ethan Song, MS4, shares his personal reflections on the value and meaning of scholarship

Ethan is a 4th-year student in the SELECT Program who plans to pursue a career in Plastic Surgery. During a recent virtual meeting with alumni donors to the Class of 1989 Roy H. Behnke scholarship, he spoke about the many stressors and expenses that medical students fac...

MD Student Leaders: Q&A

October 01, 2020 02:58 PM By advance - Comment(s)
MD Student Leaders: Q&A
MD Student Leaders: Q&A - Fourth year medical students, Jasmina Ehab and Robert Dieu, MCOM Student Council president and vice president, share their team approach to student body leadership, perspectives on the impact of COVID-19, and the importance of alumni involvement. 

Jasmina, a New Yor...