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College of Medicine Alumni

The College of Medicine’s Office of Alumni Affairs exists to help alumni and friends remain connected to the College in tangible, meaningful ways. 

Upcoming Events

2018 Golden Graduates Reunion
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Alumni News

Alumni Reunion Weekend
2017 College of Medicine Alumni Reunion Weekend

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Contineo Winter/Spring 2017

We've just published the Winter 2016 - Spring 2017 edition of Contineo. Download the PDF to hear the latest news around campus....Continue

Student stories show power of med school diversity

Photos by Sarah Pack

 

John Robinson, left, and Lance Braye are fourth-year medical students at MUSC.

John Robinson knows firsthand what bigotry feels like.

When Robinson was first considering a career in medicine, his college adviser told him he wasn’t cut out for it...Continue

Alumni Awards

2013 Distinguished and Honorary Alumnus Award Recipients
2013 Distinguished Alumnus Award Recipient: Dr. Mark L. Braunstein '74
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For more information regarding news and upcoming events, please contact Shari Wise at 843-792-1719 or at wises@musc.edu.

 

 

 
  • College of Medicine MUSC

    A foundation of academic excellence

    Our students consistently exceed the national pass rate on their board exams and garner residency positions in the country’s finest training programs.

  • Healthcare

    A valuable health care resource

    With more than half of our graduates remaining in South Carolina, the College is an invaluable source of physicians for the citizens of our state.

  • CME

    Life-long learning

    Through its continuing-education programs, the College helps thousands of physicians statewide remain updated on the latest innovations in patient care.

  • Discovery and Research

    A center of discovery

    The College of Medicine conducts more biomedical research than any other institution in South Carolina, public or private. This provides our students a rich environment to diversify their learning and, in the end, become better physicians.