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Winter 2020 Aspects - 50 Years of Learning & Leading

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The Winter edition of Aspects was distributed in December 2019. In this issue, readers can explore:

  • The Bohn Nielsen Lobby, an upgraded entrance and gathering spot within 801 North Rutledge
  • Plans for the Lincoln Scholars Program, which will prepare eight medical students to specialize in rural-based primary medicine
  • How a woodworking accident tested the skills of microsurgeon Michael Neumeister, MD
  • A fashion show that raised spirits, awareness and cancer research funds
  • A profile of Sangita Basnet, MD, a pediatrician, mother and medical champion both here and abroad 
  • Three generations of the Panepinto family who have worked and learned at SIU
  • The Physician Pipeline Preparatory Program that gives high school students a realistic taste of medicine 
  • The latest technology tools that have improved precision and outcomes in neurosurgery 
  • 'Innovative Spaces' -- three of our most advanced areas for learners located in Carbondale, in the school's medical library and atop the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation
  • Career snapshots of five of our alumni who have lived the mission of SIU SOM
  • 'The Top 5' academic innovations that put us at the forefront of medical education 

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