In Rochester History
In the early years of the School of Medicine and Dentistry, a faculty member and a student collaborate in the search for a hormone.
When George Washington Corner arrived in Rochester in September, 1924, to take a position as professor of anatomy, he took a taxi from the YMCA, where he had booked a room, to Elmwood Avenue, then at the southern edge of the city. Read more about this discovery »
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Match Day 2012
The drama of Match Day moved to Whipple Auditorium this year, where both tension and spirits were high.
The Future of Medical Education
Philip Pizzo, M.D., dean of the Stanford School of Medicine and a Class of 1970 graduate of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, discussed the future of medical education during a January visit to Rochester.
Power of Posters
Intrigued by a poster about preventing AIDS that he saw on a Boston subway car in the early 1990s, Edward Atwater, M.D. (M '50), began collecting AIDS education posters to track how different societies viewed and responded to the epidemic.
Praising and sustaining the Rochester model
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