University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson

Diversity Seminar — Tuesday, September 9 at 12 PM

Dr. Winston Wong presents "From Person to Place and Beyond: Achieving Equity through Population Health" as part of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's quarterly Diversity Seminar Series. Dr. Wong oversees partnerships with communities and institutions for Kaiser Permanente, and is a former officer of the Commissioned Corp of the U.S. Public Health Service.
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Dr. Rick Kittles Appointed Director of New Division of Population Genetics at the Arizona Health Sciences Center and UA Professor of Surgery and Public Health

A national leader on cancer health disparities and the role of genes and environment in disease, with a particular interest in prostate cancer, Dr. Kittles is a pioneer in DNA testing to trace the ancestry of African American.
Dr. Rick Kittles portrait over image of AHSC campus

Video: New UA Medical Class Shares `Wildcat Pride’ During Orientation and White Coat Ceremony

A new video captures the enthusiasm of the 115 new medical students at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson as they begin rigorous training to become much-needed physicians for our state and beyond.
New medical students at the UA College of Medicine

UA Summer Health Internship Immerses Students in Border Research

The 10-week health-care focused internship program provides UA graduate and undergraduate students with varying experience in research and knowledge of border community health, with valuable insight and hands-on research training from UA border experts.

The Future of Medicine Begins With Donning the White Coat

The Arizona Health Sciences Center is committed to creating a health-care workforce representative of the state: the 115 members of the UA College of Medicine – Tucson class of 2018 includes 75 students who are Arizona residents, 33 who are UA graduates, 25 students who hold graduate or professional degrees, 59 female students and two who are student-veterans.
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Diversity Seminar — Tuesday, September 9 at 12 PM

Dr. Winston Wong presents "From Person to Place and Beyond: Achieving Equity through Population Health" as part of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's quarterly Diversity Seminar Series. Dr. Wong oversees partnerships with communities and institutions for Kaiser Permanente, and is a former officer of the Commissioned Corp of the U.S. Public Health Service.

Dr. Rick Kittles portrait over image of AHSC campus

Dr. Rick Kittles Appointed Director of New Division of Population Genetics at the Arizona Health Sciences Center and UA Professor of Surgery and Public Health

A national leader on cancer health disparities and the role of genes and environment in disease, with a particular interest in prostate cancer, Dr. Kittles is a pioneer in DNA testing to trace the ancestry of African American.

New medical students at the UA College of Medicine

Video: New UA Medical Class Shares `Wildcat Pride’ During Orientation and White Coat Ceremony

A new video captures the enthusiasm of the 115 new medical students at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson as they begin rigorous training to become much-needed physicians for our state and beyond.

UA Summer Health Internship Immerses Students in Border Research

The 10-week health-care focused internship program provides UA graduate and undergraduate students with varying experience in research and knowledge of border community health, with valuable insight and hands-on research training from UA border experts.

The Future of Medicine Begins With Donning the White Coat

The Arizona Health Sciences Center is committed to creating a health-care workforce representative of the state: the 115 members of the UA College of Medicine – Tucson class of 2018 includes 75 students who are Arizona residents, 33 who are UA graduates, 25 students who hold graduate or professional degrees, 59 female students and two who are student-veterans.

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