MD Program: Our Community
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Great Possibilities

Anything you want to learn, explore and accomplish can be done at Michigan

The Total Package

Here’s a snapshot of what you can expect from the day-to-day living side of things at the University of Michigan Medical School: the people you’ll engage with and the places you’ll want to know. It's everything you need to make Michigan your home.

Points of Blue
Meet Our Students, Faculty & Alumni

Every University of Michigan Medical School story is unique: The distance traveled to get here. The paths pursued on the adventure. The people encountered along the way. They will be part of your Michigan experience. These are their Points of Blue.

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Love Ann Arbor
More to Explore

Whether you need to find the best place to live to reduce your commute, you're curious about student organizations at U-M, or you just want some insider tips on uniquely Ann Arbor places to explore, you'll discover it here.

Ann Arbor & More
Interaction Opportunities
Diversity & Health Equity

As a medical professional, you must actively investigate your own biases and expand your cultural humility. Our school incorporates a range of diversity- and health equity-focused topics throughout the Trunks and Branches curriculum, as well as providing opportunities to interact with a diverse group of peers, mentors and community members outside of the classroom and clinical settings.

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Diverse Community
Culture of Inclusion

We value diversity in all its forms. It’s at the heart of a healthy, well-rounded medical education. We strive to maintain a balance between in-state and out-of-state residents so students can expect to rub shoulders with peers from all walks of life and, through these interactions, learn how to better relate with their future patients.

School Demographics
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Points of Blue
Vibav Mouli: Enriching the culture of mentorship
Vibav Mouli comes from Reisterstown, MD, and graduated from Harvard University in 2016. He was drawn to orthopaedic surgery and discovered a great appreciation for the clinical experiences and peer mentorship offered at Michigan.
Go Blue and Beyond
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The wait is over: graduating medical students find out what’s next at Match Day
The wait is over: graduating medical students find out what’s next at Match Day
Timothy Blackwell, M.D.
News Release
Timothy S. Blackwell, M.D., named the chair of U-M Department of Internal Medicine
Lung disease specialist comes to Michigan from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine to lead largest department
NIH rankings FFY23
News Release
U-M Medical School sees significant growth in NIH research awards and ranking
Based on recent federal fiscal year data released by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the largest single funder of biomedical research in the world, the U-M Medical School is ranked number 11 in the country, up from 13 in federal fiscal year 2022.
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Health Lab
Father’s journey with glioblastoma inspires son to become neurosurgeon
Physician in training inspired to specialize in neurosurgery after losing his father to brain cancer, continues to raise funds for glioblastoma research