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Medical Students Training with Local Physicians

February 3, 2021

Family physicians in several Illinois communities are hosting students from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine through February 26. The students are participating in the school’s Family Medicine Preceptorship Program.  

SIU Forum to Discuss Racial Inequalities, Impacts on Health Care

February 1, 2021

Understanding the effects of racism and other inequities within the health care system is the focus of a lecture and forum on February 9 and 10 in Springfield.

Simmons Cancer Institute Now Accepting Applications for Summer Internship Program

January 13, 2021

Applications for the 2021 summer lab internships at Simmons Cancer Institute (SCI) at Southern Illinois University (SIU) School of Medicine are being accepted through March 8.

Medical students training with local physicians

January 11, 2021

Family physicians in several Illinois communities are hosting students from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine through January 29. The students are participating in the school’s Family Medicine Preceptorship Program.

Medical Students Training with Local Physicians

November 5, 2020

Family physicians in several Illinois communities are hosting students from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine through November 20. The students are participating in the school’s Family Medicine Preceptorship Program.  

SIU Medicine COVID-19 Testing Locations in November

October 27, 2020

SIU Medicine will continue regular COVID-19 testing for the Springfield community in November.

Medical Students Training with Local Physicians

October 7, 2020

Family physicians in several Illinois communities are hosting students from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine through October 23. The students are participating in the school’s Family Medicine Preceptorship Program.  

SIU Medicine Group to Study COVID’s Potential Effects on Alzheimer’s

September 10, 2020

Medical researchers at SIU School of Medicine’s Neuroscience Institute are studying how the novel coronavirus may accelerate the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Their data could help identify patients that are more susceptible to the disease’s cognitive and physical decline.

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