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The Anatomage Table

By: Dr. Segie Apacible and Dr. Gil Apacible   The XUSOM Anatomy Department is excited to announce the addition of a new, high tech, teaching…

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Teaching Learning Methods: Traditional vs. Modern vs. Peer-Assisted Learning

By: Dr. Gopikumar Shivaramaiah   A dream for every medical student is to pursue their medical degree with flying colors. The medical profession is not…

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Conducting Research with Students: A Faculty Member’s Perspective

By: Dr. Kevin Pawlak, Ph.D   Recently, I had the privilege of working on a research project with my colleague Dr. Jonathan Lambo, and a…

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XUSOM Annual Research Day 2018: Inspiration for Research

By: Dr, Ralitza A. Spassova, XUSOM Faculty   The Annual XUSOM Research Day, held this year on Friday, February 23, 2018, was a great success.…

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Do Movies Induce Multiple Personalities in Patients?

By: Dr. Gabriel Andrade   Part of our job as medical educators is to correct many myths that abound in popular media about disorders and…

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International Congress for Doctors on Aruba

On Saturday, February 24th, 2018, Xavier University School of Medicine had the honor of hosting the International Congress for Doctors on Aruba. Events began with…

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Strategies for a Medical Student as a Balanced Researcher

By: Dr. Prasanna Honnavar     So, you're a Medical Researcher. Chance are you're pretty busy. First, there's your daily classes (6 hours/day), ICQ, Comp,…

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