Campus Highlights

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), neurological disorders affect up to one billion people worldwide. More specifically, nearly 50 million people suffer from epilepsy and 24 million suffer from …

With over 50 different national organizations dedicated to serving patients with various types of cancer, it’s apparent that cancer affects nearly every facet of our society. The field of oncology …

If you open Google and do a search for “Caribbean medical schools”, it will quickly become clear to you that not everyone is a fan (seriously, just check out these …

“Don’t become a doctor. Marry a doctor!” was something Gloria Hwang was told when she announced she was going to medical school a number of years ago. Dr. Hwang says …

Ophthalmologist and AUA graduate Whitney Boling, MD, distinctly remembers the thrill and intensity of competition. The gymnasium lights unsympathetically glaring down on the volleyball court at the University of Indianapolis or …

Long before he became the first MD in his family, before he was a pediatrician or a neonatologist, before he had any idea where his career path would lead, Dr. …

Dr. Eddie Copelin II, American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine Class of 2015, took a non-traditional route to becoming a doctor. A Long Island, New York native, he …

Dr. Kimberly Harden’s journey to becoming a doctor began in Houston, Texas and has taken her from the Caribbean to rural Louisiana to Chicago. A Texas native, Dr. Harden majored …

Dr. Mohit Sharma, American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine Class of 2015, recently co-authored a clinical research poster, “True Idiopathic Splenomegaly: A Distinct Clinical Entity in a 19-Year-Old …

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