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From the Dean: Frank Low, Wacipi, and Dean’s Hours

Categories: From the Dean

Yesterday the SMHS held its 44th annual Frank Low Research Day. Named in honor of the former SMHS professor of anatomy who came to UND in the 1960s and pioneered a series of new techniques using the electron microscope, Frank Low Research Day is the culminating event of the academic year for many area researchers […]

Kindred Spirits

Categories: News

UND’s Indians Into Medicine program gets a boost from a ‘semi-retired’ supporter “Our INMED program is, historically, the outstanding program in the country for training Native American physicians,” says Dr. Charlie Christianson. “So, I said ‘why not?’” Christianson is referring to the Dr. Charles Christianson INMED Scholarship for Primary Care, a recent scholarship endowment he […]

Kasey Johnson presents Psychiatry Grand Rounds on the social determinants of mental health Feb. 1

Categories: Education

Dr. Kasey Johnson, a second-year resident in UND’s Psychiatry Residency Training Program, will present “Addressing the Social Determinants of Mental Health: Structural Competency, Health Equity, and Social Responsibility Training in Graduate Medical Education” from 12:10 to 1:10 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2023. Ciciley Littlewolf, M.D., is a Hospitalist at Sanford Health, Fargo, N.D., and […]

Social Determinants

Categories: News

A new elective on cultural diversity helps train medical students for the patients many of us don’t see. New physician Dr. Eric Leveille (pronounced “Livia”) admits that he probably didn’t have the recently arrested in mind when, as a first-year medical student, he envisioned tending to patients in need. But there he was last spring, […]