Nearly 100 UC Irvine medical students gathered for the spring rite, Match Day, and they are overjoyed to learn where they'll serve their residencies.
Medical students Krystal Jimenez and Miguel Alvarez-Estrada, together through college and medical school, are now engaged and hoping to be matched with family residency programs at the same hospital.
UC Irvine medical students attend an exhibit of fellow students' art work, created as part of the School of Medicine's effort to incorporate the humanities and arts into its programs.
UC Irvine medical student Kelley Butler explains why helping drug users stay disease-free is important.
Sue Ahearn, director of the School of Medicine's Clinical Skills Center, says her team's role is to "foster relationships" with medical students and help develop the skills that will make them better clinicians. "We have a 'can-do attitude,' " she says of her team. "I truly believe that what we do here does make a difference."
Digital ophthalmoscopes are one of many devices that are fundamentally changing the way physicians of tomorrow will practice medicine, says Dr. Warren Wiechmann, associate dean of clinical science education and educational technology for UC Irvine School of Medicine.
Fourth-year UC Irvine medical students look to the future as they learn where their careers will begin.
Ceremony for new medical students marks their first step in a journey to become doctors,
UC Irvine’s first undocumented medical student is determined to serve the Latino community.
UC Irvine School of Medicine becomes the first to integrate Google Glass into its curriculum. Wearable computing technology will transform training of future doctors.