Michigan Medicine at University of Michigan hosted their 20th Annual Charles J. Krause, M.D. Lectureship on June 19, 2020. Speaking at the virtual event was Cherie-Ann Nathan, MD, FACS, Chairman and Professor of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery
Welcome to LSU Health Shreveport Student Admissions
It is a great time to be considering a career in medicine, and LSU Health Shreveport is a great place to pursue your goal. A mature institution, our health sciences center comprises a School of Medicine, a School of Graduate Studies, and a School of Allied Health Professions.
The School of Medicine offers a four-year, system-based learning curriculum leading to the MD degree, but other degree options are available to address specific interests of students. The pages in this web site and its links contain a wealth of information for prospective students. We understand that the process of applying to medical school can be overwhelming, and we have tried to anticipate and address as many questions as possible. However, if you have questions or concerns not addressed here, please feel free to ask our help.
I look forward to meeting many of you in due time.
Good luck in this and all of your endeavors.
Dr. F. Scott Kennedy
Why Train in Shreveport-Bossier?
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LSUHS students, residents, fellows, and faculty members, joined by Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport employees in Shreveport and Monroe, observed a moment of silence today in support of Black Lives.
Dr. Kaye will work closely with the Chancellor and our senior leadership team to promote and enhance academic excellence, strengthen the educational infrastructure and expand the scope of individual academic programs and interdisciplinary curricula.
A new group of medical professionals will start their careers amid the COVID-19 pandemic. LSU Health Shreveport’s School of Medicine graduated 124 students.
It was a battle between the LSUHS medical students and allied health students to see who could rally around their school and community to donate the most units.
It's not a typical blood drive. It’s a battle between the medical students and allied health students to see who can rally around their school and community to donate the most units.
Some doctors from LSUHS have made the long haul to the front lines of the COVID-19 fight in Louisiana: New Orleans. Guided by Dr. Angela Cornelius, the seven residents come from various specialties but have the same mission: providing much needed aid to an overwhelmed hospital.