Events

SGA Welcome Program

Free

The sun and breeze at the lovely Sandy Beach in Vieux Fort welcomed all our students for this fall semester on September 24, 2011 (Saturday). The perfect weather and sumptuous lunch (served by Scooby’s) set the tone for our IAU newbies to let their hair down and get acquainted with the rest of the student […]

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New Green Book Rotations

Free

New Green Book Rotations Green Book (ACGME Approved) rotations are available for all cores (IM, FM, Psychiatry, Surgery, Ob/Gyn and Pediatrics) with no waiting period in the following states. Illinois Connecticut Louisiana Georgia New York Utah Colorado Wisconsin Maryland We are currently accepting qualified transfer applicants to the clinical program from accredited MD programs. Apply […]

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New Student Orientation Program

Free

The new batch of 43 students joined IAU Basic Science Program on September 5, 2011. 32 students joined the Basic Science Semester One Program and 11 students joined the Basic Science Preparatory program. The Orientation program gave the students a brief overview of the Basic Science Program and introduction to the student life in the […]

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SGA Events

Free

IAU SGA has been playing a pivotal role in building the student life and positive campus environment in the Island. SGA organizes various activities to develop team spirit and to cultivate a conducive environment for learning. The SGA Officers for summer 2011 did a great job and we had a couple of activities organized by […]

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Seminar-Basic Imaging

Free

This seminar was presented by Dr. Tom Heston, MD, PhD at the IAU Campus in St. Lucia. Dr. Heston is a visiting faculty for Behavioral Sciences and Doctoring courses at IAU. He explained the features of basic imaging techniques and basics of MRI. 50 Students and the faculty members actively participated in the seminar.

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Blood Donation Camp at Vieux Fort, St Lucia

Free

Scores of people from various parts of the Vieux Fort joined with IAU-COM in observing World Blood Donor Day by donating blood at a blood donation drive organized by the university on Tuesday June 14. Their overwhelming support for the event was evident by the number of people who participated in the exercise which was […]

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Seminar-Decision Analysis from Diagnosis to Treatment

Free

This seminar was presented by Dr. Tom Heston, MD, PhD at the IAU Campus in St. Lucia. Dr. Heston is a visiting faculty for Behavioral Sciences and Doctoring courses at IAU. He shared the updates in the current medical diagnosis and treatment details with the audience. Students and the faculty members actively participated in the […]

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Adaptation of the New Born

Free

Dr. Liza Charles, Resident in Pediatrics presented this topic at IAU on May 12, 2011. Dr. Charles is a practicing physician in Castries, St. Lucia. She explained the characteristics of the new born adaptation and the major issues faced by physicians. Dr. JayantMohite, Dean of Basic Science, Dr. James Villanueva, Dr. Raghavendra Pillapa, Dr. Potu […]

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May 2011 White Coat Ceremony

Free

Forty students enter the Maymester term at International American University – College of Medicine from around the world and took the oath of committment to a life long journey in Medicine. The event was graced by Dr. Gail Rigobert, Senator to the St Lucian Legislature, Dean Mohite, Dean Villanueva, prominent members of the Faculty Senate […]

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The Pathophysiology and complications of Diabetic Nephropathy-Seminar

Free

Darlene Carter, a third semester student led this interactive brown bag seminar where all the semester students participated. Dr. JayantMohite, Dean of Basic Science, Dr. James Villanueva and Dr. Raghavendra Pillapa were presented for the seminar. The seminar discussed the complications of Diabetic Nephropathy and its various characteristics.

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