University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson

National Video Awards Won by AHSC Division of BioCommunications’ Michell Bauer and Erica Coleman

Their videos, ‘Wildcat Diagnosis,’ ‘A Very Brady Medical School’ and ‘Science Fiction Into Fact,’ won four awards, including two Silver Awards of Distinction from The Communicators Awards of the International Academy of Visual Arts and two Telly Awards.
Michell Bauer (left) and Erica Coleman (right) hold their awards.

UA College of Medicine – Tucson Earns Accreditation Through 2022

In addition to awarding the college accreditation for a full eight-year cycle, the accreditation authority for MD programs in the U.S. and Canada determined that the college has a number of institutional strengths, including mentorship, counseling, community service and service learning opportunities that are distinctive and worthy of emulation.
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Sign up now to be a part of the College of Medicine presence at the White Coat Ceremony on August 8th

The White Coat Ceremony calls on students to incorporate the humanistic ideals of medicine in their future care of patients.
Closeup image of a white coat and stethoscope

‘Camp Scrubs’ Gives Middle-Schoolers Insights on Clinical Careers

Twenty Middle-Schoolers Gain Clinical Insights and More at the University of Arizona Medical Center's 11th Annual Camp Scrubs.
Dan Judkins, RN, UAMC trauma educator, talks to campers about ATV safety issues

Nationally Noted Physician-Scientist, Health Administrator Dr. Andrew S. Kraft Named Director of the University of Arizona Cancer Center

Dr. Kraft is scheduled to begin his new leadership role in September. He replaces Anne E. Cress, PhD, who has served as interim director of the UA Cancer Center since July 2013.
Portrait of Andrew S. Kraft, MD, in jacket and tie above a background image of the University of Arizona Cancer Center headquarters in Tucson, Arizona
Michell Bauer (left) and Erica Coleman (right) hold their awards.

National Video Awards Won by AHSC Division of BioCommunications’ Michell Bauer and Erica Coleman

Their videos, ‘Wildcat Diagnosis,’ ‘A Very Brady Medical School’ and ‘Science Fiction Into Fact,’ won four awards, including two Silver Awards of Distinction from The Communicators Awards of the International Academy of Visual Arts and two Telly Awards.

Image of the UA College of Medicine – Tucson campus

UA College of Medicine – Tucson Earns Accreditation Through 2022

In addition to awarding the college accreditation for a full eight-year cycle, the accreditation authority for MD programs in the U.S. and Canada determined that the college has a number of institutional strengths, including mentorship, counseling, community service and service learning opportunities that are distinctive and worthy of emulation.

Closeup image of a white coat and stethoscope

Sign up now to be a part of the College of Medicine presence at the White Coat Ceremony on August 8th

The White Coat Ceremony calls on students to incorporate the humanistic ideals of medicine in their future care of patients.

Dan Judkins, RN, UAMC trauma educator, talks to campers about ATV safety issues

‘Camp Scrubs’ Gives Middle-Schoolers Insights on Clinical Careers

Twenty Middle-Schoolers Gain Clinical Insights and More at the University of Arizona Medical Center's 11th Annual Camp Scrubs.

Portrait of Andrew S. Kraft, MD, in jacket and tie above a background image of the University of Arizona Cancer Center headquarters in Tucson, Arizona

Nationally Noted Physician-Scientist, Health Administrator Dr. Andrew S. Kraft Named Director of the University of Arizona Cancer Center

Dr. Kraft is scheduled to begin his new leadership role in September. He replaces Anne E. Cress, PhD, who has served as interim director of the UA Cancer Center since July 2013.

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