“Each medical student brings unique skills and diverse experiences to the medical school. United in the desire to become physicians, students are quickly exposed to issues of basic science, clinical medicine and the responsibilities of the profession of medicine.”
David R. Lambert, M.D.
Senior Associate Dean for
Medical Student Education
Program for the M.D. Degree
Innovative approaches to medical education are required to prepare physicians who can integrate the healing power of the doctor-patient relationship with rapidly expanding developments in scientific knowledge, technology, clinical practice, and health care delivery systems. No medical school is better poised than the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry with its Double Helix Curriculum to deliver a balanced, integrated and flexible curriculum to meet the needs of students and society. The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry is committed to medical education, medical science, and medical practice for the benefit of humanity.
Rochester’s Medical School Rises on US News ListUS News & World Report’s annual ranking of the nation’s best graduate schools was released earlier today, giving the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry a noticeable boost. Among the best research medical schools, Rochester scored #29, its highest ranking since 2002. In the primary care schools category, the University of Rochester was listed as the #15 best medical school, up slightly from last year. Read the article.