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LSU Health Shreveport is home to the only medical school in north Louisiana and one of only three in the state. Medical students interact with patients from their very first semester and learn from a combination of lectures, small groups, standardized patient exercises and clinical skills throughout their training.

For almost fifty years, we have been educating healthcare professionals who excel at the highest levels in academia, private practice and industry. Students consistently rave over experiencing a rigorous education in a family atmosphere where diversity and success are celebrated. Further strengthening the student experience are vibrant, safe communities in north Louisiana which offer an affordable cost of living.

The latest news from our School of Medicine is listed below. We are proud to share about the accomplishments, advancements, contributions and achievements of our faculty and students. For more news on our health sciences center please visit our Campus News section.

  

Guise Medical, founded by LSUHS medical students, won 2022 J Terrell Brown Venture Challenge

Bossier Press - LSU Health Shreveport students Zachary Connelly, Ross Rieger and Evan Falgoust are the student founders behind Guise Medical, winning 1st place in the J Terrell Brown Venture Challenge for their patented MED-pal device with an $18,000 award.

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Firefighters’ risk of irregular heartbeat linked to number of on-the-job fire exposures

Journal of the American Heart Association report: Paari Dominic, MD, the director of clinical cardiac electrophysiology and associate professor of medicine and molecular and cellular physiology at LSUHS, shares findings as senior author of the study.

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Promoting Student Wellness and Self-Care During COVID 19: The Role of Institutional Wellness

Frontiers in Psychiatry - Dr. Marie Vazquez Morgan, Asst. Vice Chancellor of Institutional Wellness shares, "LSUHS is committed to reducing student burnout by assessing and addressing the issues causing and fueling poor mental student health and by providing an academic environment that values wellness and self-care."

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