Mercer University School of Medicine celebrated the 2024 National Residency Match Day on March 15.
MACON —Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM) and its Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center (GRHIC) are expanding their rural pediatric health initiative to additional rural counties across Georgia with the selection of six hospitals, totaling 14.­ In February 2023, the...
Vaccines are one of the safest medicines a person can put into their body and are a key tool in preventing deaths from COVID-19, a Mercer University College of Pharmacy vaccine researcher says. “I would say to anyone and everyone:...
Mercer University School of Medicine announced April 2 that it is partnering with SGMC Health, formerly known as South Georgia Medical Center, to establish a clinical campus in Valdosta, where third- and fourth-year students will live and work for...
REYNOLDS — Mercer Medicine, a division of Mercer University School of Medicine, held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting Dec. 1 to recognize and celebrate the newest location in its system of rural clinics around the state. Mercer Medicine Taylor County opened...
MACON/SAVANNAH/COLUMBUS — Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM) recently announced the first cohort of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Marriage and Family Therapy Scholars and the second cohort of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Rural Pediatric Scholars for the 2024 academic year. These scholars will receive...
Mercer University School of Medicine hosted the Student National Medical Association Region IV Medical Education Conference at the Macon campus Feb. 2-3. The Student National Medical Association, or SNMA, is a student organization committed to supporting current and future underrepresented...
MACON/COLUMBUS/SAVANNAH — Mercer University School of Medicine Dean Jean R. Sumner, M.D., FACP, received the Lighthouse Award from the Georgia Commission on Women during the group’s annual Champions for Change Day at the Georgia State Capitol on Feb. 22. Several awards...
The National Cancer Institute awarded a grant to a Mercer University professor to develop first-in-class medicines to fight an aggressive form of breast cancer.
Mercer University School of Medicine announced the creation of a lectureship in honor of two outstanding former faculty in bioethics and medical humanities.

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