Oluwaferanmi Okanlami, MD, MS, was in his residency when he sustained a spinal cord injury. Now a Michigan Medicine faculty member, Okanlami explains his catchphrase “disabusing disability” and talks about how paralysis changed his perspective on disability, medical education, physicians, and patients.
For more than 45 years, the AAMC Reporter told stories of how America's medical schools and teaching hospitals advanced medical education, patient care, and research to improve health. In the fall of 2016, the AAMC launched AAMCNews, a dynamic, interactive, engaging, mobile-friendly news site on AAMC.org, to enhance how we bring you the latest news and features about academic medicine.
The AAMC's FIRST (Financial Information, Resources, Services, and Tools) program provides free resources to help you make wise financial decisions. Whether you’re thinking about how to afford medical school, applying for student loans, or determining your loan repayment options, you’ll find unbiased, reliable guidance from FIRST.
AAMC offers a broad range of professional development opportunities catering to the learning needs of academic medicine professionals in all stages of their careers. By engaging a diverse cohort of leading speakers, subject matter experts, and instructors, the AAMC is able to provide cutting-edge content to keep members at the forefront of academic medicine.
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), and American Medical Association (AMA) would like to invite you to celebrate Match Week with us. Match Day is a celebratory rite of passage for medical students nationwide. On Friday, March 16, 2018, future doctors learned where they will complete the next step of their medical training.
The Diversity 3.0 Learning Series is a new online video series on a range of diversity and inclusion topics of interest to medical school faculty, administrators, leadership, and health care professionals.