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What is the best Caribbean medical school This is a common question asked by many a student entertaining the pursuit of a medical degree in the Caribbean.  Unfortunately it’s not that easy a question to answer, as a broad many number of variables weigh heavily in the assessment and ultimate decision.  The question centers more...
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Bridgetown, Barbados, WI. With over 1000 graduates practicing in the US, Canada, and the UK, the American University of Integrative Sciences is one of the oldest overseas medical schools. In May 2017, the University opened its Barbados location. Immediately after moving to Barbados, the administration of medical school started looking for ways to engage in...
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June 2018. American University of Integrative Sciences School of Medicine White Coat Ceremony welcomes new medical students! Eric Lembke Bachelor of Science, Clinical Laboratory Science, Dept. Clinical Laboratory Sciences, University of Kansas Experience: Performing core lab clinical assays in chemistry, hematology, and urinalysis, blood bank testing and blood product handling and dispensing, culture set up,...
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What is the Best Caribbean School? AUIS School of Medicine Managing Director, Milo Pinckney, recently wrote an article about the Caribbean medical school competitive environment. The goal of the article is to address and dispel some potential myths often repeated in the medical community about the Caribbean. Reach out to the admissions department to learn...
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AUIS has over 30 Students Matched in 2018!!! AUIS School of medicine students Matched at prestigious programs across the US and Canada in 2018. We have been matching students in programs since our first class graduated in 2001 and look forward to continuing to deliver the best possible medical education so our student population continue...
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In February of 2018 AUIS and Lincoln signed a Guaranteed Admissions Agreement granting an accelerated admissions process to graduates that met a certain GPA and degree requirement. “The goal of this unique partnership is to create direct access to medical education for students that are truly interested in returning to specific communities to serve an increasingly...
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Ahmmed Ally, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Physiology and Clinical Medicine, Oleksii Hliebov, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology and Clinical Medicine, Ms. Isabella Powell, a 4th Semester Medical Student, all from American University of Integrative Sciences (AUIS), School of Medicine in Barbados, and Ms. Minori M. Ally, a Pre-Medical student at the Department of Biomedical Sciences, University...
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The use of cellular telephones has grown explosively over the past two decades in the United States.  Estimates as high as 300 million wireless subscribers here in the USA alone. Worldwide, there are 5 billion people using cell phones, and many are children and teenagers. Microwave exposure from the use of cellular telephones has been...
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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]There are powers inside of you which, if you could discover and use, would make you everything you ever dreamed or imagined you could become.  Orison Sweet Marden Have you ever questioned, how a group of students entering into a course of study, all on an equal footing, can have differences in outcomes? Specifically, meeting the requirements that...
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AUIS’s NORD Chapter launched in late 2017. AUIS School of Medicine student Harjot Randhawa was the catalyst behind this development and is the Founder and first President of this student chapter at AUIS. Below is an excerpt of his comments to AUIs Students and Staff from last year, Stay tuned for Harjot’s published article coming...
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