In order to promote Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, the Medical Student Run Free Community Clinic (MSRFCC) at International American University College of Medicine, Vieux Fort hosted an educational event that focused on breast health and provided guidance on the importance of screening for breast cancer. The educational presentation was followed by private optional screenings conducted by senior medical […]
Dr. Bhargav Marthambadi graduated from IAU in December 2015 and matched at the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences South Central Family Medicine program in 2016, located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Currently, he is completing a Dermatology rotation in his second year of residency. What do you like most about your program I get exposure to […]
According to an official press release by the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), 2017’s match results were the largest in its history. “A record-high 35,969 U.S. and international medical school students and graduates vied for 31,757 positions, the most ever offered in the Match.” Match takes place in March of each year and it is […]
Jesus Medina, an IAU Medical student and founder of IFMSA Saint Lucia, leads strategic planning for international representation and medical research collaboration. Jesus E. Medina, a second-year medical student from the International American University (IAU) College of Medicine has been improving the culture of health in Saint Lucia. Mr. Medina currently holds the position of […]
Dr. Glen Oriaifo- First IAU Graduate to Secure Licensure in Nigeria. Dr. Oriaifo is currently doing his psychiatry residency at Carilion Clinic- Virginia Tech School of Medicine. He is also the first IAU graduate to get licensed in Nigeria! We asked Dr. Oriaifo to share in his own words, his reason for choosing IAU and […]
The “Conductor Of Interactive Learning” (COIL) Program, designed by 2 of our deans, helps develop the Skills and Effectiveness of faculty to engage large groups of students interactively. COIL promotes higher-order- learning and evidence-based- medicine through self-directed- learning that also motivates life-long- learning.
Released in July 2016, Pokemon Go is now one of most popular downloaded apps. The premise of the game is to catch Pocket Monsters or Pokemon. Once a player creates their avatar, the game, using the mobile device’s GPS, will display the players current location.
Being a medical student, you study a lot. However, every now and then, you get the chance to enjoy island life and relax. IAU prides itself on producing well-rounded individuals and here are a few things our students have been up to. Saint Lucia Independence Day IAU recently joined in the early celebrations of St. […]