Four medical students receiving their clinical education at the College of Community Health Sciences were awarded scholarships. Danielle Fincher, a third-year medical student, was awarded the Larry Mayes Endowed Scholarship. The award for 2016 was $2,000. The Larry Mayes Endowed Scholarship is awarded to medical students at the University of Alabama School of Medicine’s Tuscaloosa […]
The College hosted 32 University of Alabama School of Medicine students April 28 and 29 who will complete their third and fourth years of medical school in Tuscaloosa. In its role as a regional campus for the School of Medicine, the College provides clinical education for medical students that is oriented toward primary care but […]
Grants have been funded, fellows have been named and a coordinator has been selected for The University of Alabama and Pickens County Health Care Teaching County Partnership. The partnership of UA and Pickens County and its medical center seeks to provide sustainable health care for the rural county and “real world” training for UA students. […]
The Rural Medical Scholars Program at the College of Community Health Sciences will honor the graduates of its 20th class, as well as alumni of the now two-decade-old program, on Sunday, May 1, at Hotel Capstone on The University of Alabama campus.
Thirty-three posters were presented by faculty, staff, resident physicians and medical students at the College of Community Health Sciences at its 8th annual Research and Scholarly Activity Day on April 7, 2016. Winners were named in three categories: Faculty/Staff Category First Place: “Where are the CCHS Medical School Graduates and What are They Practicing” Principal […]