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danithompson

MS1 students complete their first year

Categories: INMED

Kendra Roland (Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation) and Hollie Bearce (Samish Indian Nation) transitioned from MS1 (Medical Student 1) to MS2 this spring! Kendra previously served as a Program Manager for AICAF, the American Indian Cancer Foundation, in Minneapolis, MN. Hollie is the former laboratory supervisor at a critical access hospital in Idaho.  Hollie and […]

INMED secures partnership with ElevateMed, student awarded $10,000 scholarship

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Scottsdale, Arizona- The Board of Directors of ElevateMeD, Inc. are proud to announce the 2022-2023 Scholars Program cohort. This year’s cohort features 15 new students and five returning Scholars from medical schools across the country. Of the selected students, Megan Corn, a Third Year Medical Student at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine […]

INMED celebrates another year of graduates

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On April 8th and 9th, INMED celebrated our 2022 graduates with a banquet and an honoring at the Time Out Wacipi that included a blanket ceremony.  INMED degree program students that graduated in 2021 and 2022 were invited, along with their families and friends, to share a meal with us and be recognized for their […]

Sisters mark a new generation of Falcons in health care

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Emily and Elizabeth Falcon are both graduating in 2022 from INMED degree programs. But they’re not the first in the Falcon family to do so. Their father, Gilbert Falcon, is also an INMED graduate (2009)  and currently serves his community as a Family Physician at the Quentin N. Burdick Memorial Health Care facility in Belcourt, […]

UND students: join the INMED family!

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Freshmen: Join the INMED Family Is it your dream to work in the medical field? INMED can help you chart a course that gets you to the graduation stage and beyond. INMED is here to help you grow and become a healer for your Native community. As a new freshmen to campus, you will have […]

Congratulations INMED MD class of 2022

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The INMED medical school class of 2022 had a successful Match Day on March 18 when they learned which residency program they will attend to complete their advanced medical training. All six of the graduating INMED students matched into their chosen specialty and most to their first-choice program. “University of Washington was my first choice, […]

Welcome Nicole Ross!

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As some of you may know, Susan Holden has moved into a new position with the Grants and Contracts office at UND SMHS, where she is thriving.  We are so sad to lose Susan, but so incredibly proud of this new step she has taken, and can’t wait to see all the great things she […]

Summer Institute returns to campus (and so does Brittany!)

Categories: INMED

We are thrilled to announce that Summer Institute 2022 will return to in-person learning on the beautiful UND Campus.  Students will engage in five weeks of enhanced STEM curriculum including Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Math, Writing and Communication, and scientific research study design.  Summer Institute (SI) is designed to help students improve their performance in school, […]

Notes from the Program Manager

Categories: INMED

INMED will soon graduate our 49th class of Medical Doctors and allied health professionals here at the University of North Dakota. In the office, the team is working hard to gear up for the celebrations surrounding the 50th, and to shape the next 50 years with care. Everywhere we go, every campus we visit, every […]

Association of Native American Medical Students (ANAMS)

Categories: Faculty, INMED

Dr. Allison Kelliher, faculty advisor I am honored to serve our students as the faculty advisor for the Association of Native American Medical Students (ANAMS). ANAMS is supported, in part, through a collaboration with the Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) whose mission is “to pursue excellence in Native American health care by promoting education […]