Haiti Provides Lessons on Nurses, Resilience and Complaining
Toni Eyssallenne, M.D., Ph.D. (M '06, PhD '06), who is a fourth-year medicine-pediatrics resident at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, went to Haiti, the homeland of her parents, within 48 hours of the January 12 earthquake. She joined a medical team there and eventually served as a chief of medicine in a field hospital during her three-week stay. Read more about Dr. Eyssallenne and her trip»
Medical Center Staff Volunteer in Haiti
After the earthquake in Haiti, University of Rochester Medical Center physicians, nurses and staff traveled there to provide care. Read more about URMC in Haiti»
In Haiti, he Finds Another Scourge, but the Strength Remains
Alexi Matousek, M.D. (M'09), who is completing his first year as a general surgery resident at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, took part in a relief trip to L’Hôpital Université d’État d’Haiti, the largest public hospital in Port-au-Prince. Read more about Dr. Matousek's trip»
Taking on Environmental Agents
Tom Gasiewicz, Ph.D. (PhD ’77), director of the Environmental Health Sciences Center, discusses health effects.
Choosing a Future
Members of the SMD Class of 2010 explain why they chose their specialty.
A Rochester Inheritance
Second and third generation grads talk about their Rochester legacy.
View a slideshow from commencement, and read Tim Quill's speech.