Florida State University College of Medicine

FSU medical school among most selective in the U.S.

The journey to becoming a physician began earlier this month for 120 students who make up the 18th class admitted to the Florida State University College of Medicine. Getting this far was no small feat. They were among nearly 7,200 applicants. FSU boasts one of the most selective medical schools in the nation. In each […]

FSU researcher awarded $1.5 million NIH grant to dissect cellular garbage disposal

All cells, from bacteria to humans, must be able to rid themselves of damaged or unneeded proteins in order to remain healthy. Understanding how cells perform this vital task has become a source for discovering new and potentially more effective ways of treating diseases ranging from cancer to neurodegenerative disorders. The process is a research […]

FSU researchers receive $2.8 million grant to search for the origin of personality traits impacting longevity

Our personality predicts more than just the type of friends we may have. It also provides significant clues about our health and can even predict how long we might live. Yet little is known about how our personality forms relative to what we know about its consequences on health across the lifespan. Florida State University […]

College of Medicine to graduate new physicians and master’s students

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida State University College of Medicine will graduate its 13th class of medical students at a commencement ceremony Saturday. Dr. Jonathan Appelbaum — the college’s Laurie L. Dozier Jr., M.D., Education Director and Professor of Internal Medicine — will deliver the commencement address. Among the graduates will be former FSU football […]

FSU study reports encouraging trend in infant mortality

Eighteen states are on track to eliminate racial disparities in infant mortality by the year 2050 if current trends hold — sooner if they accelerate — according to a newly published paper from researchers at Florida State University’s College of Medicine. The study projects more than 4,000 babies a year could be saved by eliminating […]