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August 2016


OSA News
The Office of Student Affairs would like to welcome the Class of 2020! We are very excited to meet all of you at orientation and start the school year.

If you need a form filled out or a request for OSA, please send it to

Don't forget that OSA has a student lounge area with a computer, printer, scanner and fax for students. Feel free to come by and visit!

School News & Events
For a listing of all news and events for the School of Medicine, please visit: 

MedChi Lunch & Learn 
Please join MedChi for their 2016 Lunch &Learn CME series. No charge for MedChi members. $50 for non-members.

  • Sept. 9 - Opioids, Pain Management & Addiction
  • Oct. 7 - Integrated Care

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
MedChi Building
1211 Cathedral Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Lunch will be provided. Reservations are required
Topics subject to change
Indicate each event you will attend
Please RSVP to: or 410-539-0872 x3308

Class of 2017

Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Residency Program
If you are interested in Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic wanted to highlight several aspects of their program that make it an ideal place to train. As the world’s first integrated, multispecialty group practice and a leader in clinical care, research and education, residents at Mayo Clinic train in a highly supportive and collaborative environment that fosters the highest standard of medical care. Mayo Clinic established one of the world’s first formalized physician training programs in 1915; since that time, the Internal Medicine Residency has had a long track record of transforming great medical students into outstanding physicians, educators, and scientists:

  • Their residents graduate with an average of 2.5 peer-reviewed publications (national average 0.6)
  • Of their residents seeking subspecialty training, > 90% match into one of their top 3 program choices
  • Mayo Clinic Rochester provides primary care for over 140,000 local residents, including a large underserved population, giving their trainees a broad training experience from longitudinal care of community patients to tertiary care of referred patients

The curriculum includes daily didactic sessions on clinical care as well as structured programs to develop our residents as educators and life-long learners. From their involvement in IPASS to ensure safe hand-offs to our participation in PACER to enhance interprofessional education in primary care, their program is on the forefront of innovation in graduate medical education as we prepare physicians to practice in the healthcare system of the future. Furthermore, there are vast opportunities for our residents to participate in cutting-edge basic and clinical research with their world-renown faculty.

If you are interested in a career in Internal Medicine or its subspecialties, Mayo Clinic has visiting clerkships available. If you are interested in a residency program, please visit: Please contact Mayo Clinic with any questions.

Reminders and Events

August 11, 2016
Class of 2020 Orientation
Campus Center
9:00 am