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2018 Orientation to OSCE, Step 2 CS

Everything I need to know about OSCE and Step 2 CS Exams:
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2018 Orientation to OSCE, Step 2 CS

Everything I need to know about OSCE and Step 2 CS Exams:
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The Match, ERAS/Residency Applications, and Transitions

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Freshman Pinning Ceremony 2017

John G. Clarkson Freshman Pinning Ceremony
Now in its 18th year, this ceremony has become a treasured tradition, emphasizing the humanism of medicine.

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MS4 Orientation – Requirements and Guidelines

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MATCH 2018

The Match Ceremony is one of the most exciting…

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Medical Education News

Patients will be seen by UM clinicians and genetics experts, who will perform in-depth and comprehensive clinical examinations, as well as cutting-edge genomics investigations, including whole genome sequencing.

Miller School Becomes a Site for NIH’s Undiagnosed Diseases Network

The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is among five new academic medical sites across the nation that have joined the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Undiagnosed Diseases Network (UDN) and been awarded a grant by the agency to improve and accelerate the diagnosis of rare and undiagnosed conditions. The new awards, announced September 24, are part of the second phase of the agency’s expansion of the network.

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Advances in Gene Editing and Delivery Offer Promise for People Living with Mitochondrial Diseases

There is strength in numbers — or at least the right proportion. A new study from University of Miami Miller School of Medicine researchers demonstrates an ability to target and reduce debilitating high levels of mutant mitochondrial DNA in heart and other muscle tissue to an extent — so far in mice — that could be curative. The findings offer hope to people living with relatively rare mitochondrial diseases.

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