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Summer Institute 2022- A Great Year Comes to a Close

Categories: INMED

After offering Summer Institute virtually for the past two summers, our first year back to campus has wrapped, and what a summer it was! INMED was thrilled to have 7th through 12th graders back in person. A total of 37 students completed a five-week STEAM enrichment program, participating in courses in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, […]

Ryan Toledo, UND MS4, Harvard MPH Student, Presents at National Conference

Categories: INMED

Ryan Toledo, 4th year medical student at UND’s Indians Into Medicine Program, presented a research poster last week at the Association of American Indian Physicians’ National Conference in Washington, DC.  Toledo, who is currently completing his Master of Public Health Degree at Harvard University presented his research in conjunction with his studies at both UND […]

Announcing the Dr. David M. Gipp Scholarship Endowment

Categories: INMED

Dr. David Gipp, ’74, a University of North Dakota graduate, and a leader in the Tribal College movement, led United Tribes Technical College (UTTC) in Bismarck for 37 years. The UND community has recognized the death of Gipp, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe member as the passing of one of the University’s most prominent American Indian […]

Class of 2024 Elects President: Megan Corn

Categories: INMED, Uncategorized

First-year medical student Megan Corn chats with North Dakota Medicine about moving to North Dakota, Indigenous People’s Day, and being the School’s first female Indigenous class president.   I hesitate to say it’s not as bad as I thought it would be, because it’s pretty challenging. But it could be worse. It’s going well so […]

Class of 2027 MD Applicants: Apply Now!

Categories: INMED

INMED applicants are fully qualified medical school applicants and must follow the same admissions processes and deadlines as all other applicants. For more information, please visit the UND Office of Student Affairs and Admissions and the USD Sanford School of Medicine Medical Student Affairs Office. Application steps to complete: 1.  AMCAS Application 2. UND SMHS […]

UND Indians Into Medicine program announces $1 million comprehensive campaign

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The Indians Into Medicine (INMED) program at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) is kicking off a $1 million comprehensive campaign, the largest campaign of its kind for Indigenous medical education. “For nearly 50 years this program has led the nation in training Indigenous physicians,” said INMED Director […]

INMED Co-Director to build International Indigenous Health Data Set at Johns Hopkins University

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Donald Warne, M.D., M.P.H., Co-Director of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) Indians Into Medicine (INMED) program, chair of the department of Indigenous Health, and the School’s associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion, has been asked to build and direct the world’s first International Indigenous Health Data Set and Research program […]

New Medical Students Matriculate to UND SMHS

Categories: INMED

CLIMB 2022 INMED welcomed incoming medical students to campus this summer for the first in-person CLIMB program in two years. CLIMB (Career & Life Instruction for Matriculation Building) is a summer program which brings together incoming INMED medical students for an intensive experience designed to foster their success in medical school. The students participated in […]

Dr. Daniel Henry joins the INMED team

Categories: INMED

Dr. Daniel Henry (Standing on Green Ground) is a citizen of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. He earned his Doctor of Educational Leadership degree from Concordia University – Portland with a concentration in higher education administration. Dr. Henry is currently the co-director for the Indians Into Medicine (INMED) Program at the University of […]

MS1 students complete their first year

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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 […]