medical school

  1. a graduate school offering study leading to a medical degree
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  • In 1946 he took his demob suit and became lecturer in medicine at the Manchester Medical School.
  • So we set about assembling a team of cross-disciplinary professionals including Dr. Patricia Muehsam, on the faculty of Mount Sinai Medical School; Dr. Peter Roche de Coppens, professor of sociology, anthropology, and psychotherapy at East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania and the Sorbonne in Paris; Dr. Beverly Rubik, a biophysicist who had conducted scientific research in mind-body, subtle energies, and complementary medicine; Dr. J. Manifesting Michelangelo
  • He still wishes to pursue a medical career, and has been told that he will almost definitely get into medical school.
  • Young physicians, trained in medical school according to an acute illness model, found Carville an unusual place.
  • In the 1960s and '70s, many psychiatrists and medical school textbooks perpetuated the myth of the' schizophrenogenic mother, 'in which a mother's personality was viewed as the source of Press Releases
  • Returning to Cardiff, he became a supernumerary registrar to the medical school before leaving to become a general practitioner in the Swansea Valley.
  • The end result of her hard work was a place at medical school.
  • Undoubtedly Ronald Dworkin will want to correct what seems like a clear error when he writes, "Only the most naïve theories of statutory construction could argue that such a result [forbidding action such as that taken by the University of California, Davis Medical School] is required by… the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Bakke Case: An Exchange
  • A year later I found myself in the ladies' cloakroom deep in the maze that is St Mary's Medical School.
  • For those of you who slept through the Podiatry 101 lecture in medical school, this condition is an irritation of the -- ahem -- plantar fascia, aka the plantar aponeurosis -- which is the ligamental structure under the foot that supports the arch. Archive 2009-06-01
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