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Michael J.L. Smith, Dr.P.H., M.P.H., Director
Florida A&M University, College of Science and Technology
Premedical and Medical Scholars Programs
University Commons Building, Suite 109
Tallahassee, FL 32307


DrServoss

Julie C. Servoss, M.D., M.P.H.
Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine
Florida Atlantic University
MEDICAL SCHOLARS PROGRAM
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431


Breon

Breon S. Robinson, Executive Assistant
Florida A&M University, College of Science and Technology
MEDICAL SCHOLARS PROGRAM
University Commons Building, Suite 105
Tallahassee, FL 32307

In the fall of 2014, Dr. Michael J.L. Smith, Director of the Florida A&M University, Medical Scholars Program in Tallahassee, FL led a delegation from the Florida A&M University, College of Science and Technology to the campus of Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL to visit the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine. Dr. Julie C. Servoss, Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion provided an overview presentation and tour of the medical school facility.

FAMU/FAU Medical Scholars Program & FAMU College of Science and Technology

(Left to Right) Dr. Michael J.L. Smith, FAMU, Medical Scholars Program Director; Dr. Leeshawn D. Thomas, FAMU, MSP Faculty, Molecular and Cellular Physiology

(Left to Right, Back Row)
Dr. Maurice Edington, FAMU, VP for Strategic Planning, Analysis and Institutional Effectiveness; Dr. Lekan M. Latinwo, FAMU, Molecular Environmental Toxicology, Chair of Biology; Dr. James H. Bouyer, FAMU, Biochemistry, Chair of Chemistry; Dr. Sonya A. F. Stephens, FAMU, Interim Dean of the College of Science and Technology; Dr. Benjamin Bensadon, FAU, MSP Faculty, Geropsychologist
 
(Left to Right, Front Row) Dr. Julie C. Servoss, FAU, Co-Chair of Medical Scholars Program, Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion; Dr. Anita Nag, FAMU, MSP Faculty, Biochemistry; Dr. Virginia A. Gottschalk, FAMU, MSP Faculty, Molecular Biophysics; Ms. Edna Cofield, FAMU, Faculty Administrator for the College of Science and Technology; Dr. Nirmala Prakash, FAU, Assistant Director of Diversity Programs
 


Dr. Julie C. Servoss providing overview of the FAU medical school

Dr. Julie C. Servoss providing an overview of the FAU medical school to members of the FAMU sience delegation.
 


01 Tour of FAU Medical School

The morning meeting at FAU medical school with FAMU science delegation for the Medical Scholars Program.
 


FAU medical school "Simulation Center" demonstration

Dr. Mark Goldstein, Senior Director of the FAU medical school Simulation Center & Technology provides a demonstration of the dorsal pedal pulse of one of their medical manikins.
 


Medical Scholars Program Members
First Class 2

The first Track-1 cohort of the MSP

(Left to Right, Front Row) Christoria H. Cowans, FAMU, Biology Premed; Raphaelle A. Lazar, FAMU, Biology Premed, Dr. Julie C. Servoss, FAU, Co-Chair of Medical Scholars Program, Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion; Michelle N. Wilson, FAMU, Biology Premed; Ugoma C. Onubogo, FAMU, Chemistry, Premed

(Left to Right, Back Row)
Dr. Leeshawn D. Thomas, FAMU, MSP Faculty, Molecular and Cellular Physiology; Dr. Barry T. Linger, FAU, Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education and Faculty Development; Dr. Michael J.L. Smith, FAMU, Medical Scholars Program Director;
 



MSP members following an invitation to address the FAMU Board of Trustees on December 3, 2014.
 




MSP members following the"Black History Month Convocation" on February 15, 2015.
 


STEM Day

MSP members at STEM Day 2015, sponsored by the FAMU, College of Science and Technology and Dr. Maurice Edington, Dean.
 




MSP Members with Keynote Speaker Dr. Peter J. Delfyett at the STEM Day Seminar 2015.
 


Michelle 1

Michelle N. Wilson in her second year of the Medical Scholars Program at the board writing out her case and molecular structures for the Introduction to Problem-Based Learning -1 (MDU 2006) session.
 


Michelle 2

Michelle N. Wilson in her second year of the Medical Scholars Program at the board writing out her case and molecular structures for the Introduction to Problem-Based Learning -1 (MDU 2006) session..
 


Ugoma1

Ugoma C. Onubogo in her second year of the Medical Scholars Program at the board explaining her case and molecular structures for the Introduction to Problem-Based Learning -1 (MDU 2006) session.
 


Ugoma 2

 


Group Photo
 
MSP 2014-2015