Alumni Affairs

Since 1868, the Wayne State University School of Medicine has educated and trained more than 20,000 highly-skilled and compassionate physicians and researchers. The Office of Alumni Affairs and the Medical Alumni Association seek to provide meaningful ways to connect and engage its alumni and current students with their alma mater and with each other.

Your active involvement is important to the continued growth and pursuit of excellence of the School of Medicine. Whether you live in the metropolitan Detroit area or anywhere across the nation, there are many meaningful ways to become involved, stay connected and make an impact. You may choose to attend a reunion or other alumni-sponsored event, become a government affairs advocate, mentor a student or provide a shadowing opportunity, open your home to a student traveling out of town for a residency interview, host a School of Medicine gathering in your home or participate in a medical specialty career event. You can also share your news and accomplishments with us for inclusion in a publication, become a member of the Medical Alumni Association, “Like” us on Facebook or join our LinkedIn group.

A yearly gift to the Medical Alumni Association Annual Fund is another way to make a lasting impact. Annual Fund support impacts the lives of current students and is an investment in the future. Gifts to the Medical Alumni Annual Fund are essential for the School of Medicine to provide unique hands-on urban clinical experiences that set us apart from other medical schools and create highly-skilled and sought-after graduates.

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The outstanding legacy we, as alumni, leave is not only one of commitment to improving the health of our communities, but one that involves sharing time and resources with future physicians.

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  • More than 350 alumni and guests celebrated Medical Alumni Reunion Weekend 2017! The festivities began Friday night at Comerica Park wi

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    This afternoon one of our resident alumni, Robert Meehan, MD, Res. '02, as well as Alex Hamilton, a 4th year medical student who recent

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  • Today is Giving Day!! #InspireOpportunity: http://bit.ly/2nFt4gS.

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    Starting at 10 p.m. on Monday, April 3, you can make a gift that will directly impact and inspire all of our students who attend the Sc

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  • Our 15th annual Future Docs event is in the books! On Saturday, March 25, 2017, several hundred promising future doctors, along with t

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    What a great video! Congratulations Class of 2017! #Match2017

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  • On Friday, March 24, 2017 Drs. Brenda Zureick, Hanh Nghiem and Sheila Ray hosted an In Residence reception for the Class of 1987 at Dr

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    Two of our alumni, Thomas Lalonde, MD '83, and Herman Kado, MD '06, shared their experience as cardiologists with first and second year

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  • What can Wayne State do in a day? On Tuesday, April 4, we are looking to #InspireOpportunity through Wayne State Giving Day. See how on

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    Congratulations, Class of 2017! #match2017

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  • Wayne State Giving Day is coming up! How can you #InspireOpportunity on 4.4.17? Tell us your inspiring Wayne State moment

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  • Last week, March 8, Hanh Nghiem, MD '87, and Monte Harvill, MD '92, Res. '96, spoke with the first and second year medical students abo

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    On Tuesday, February 28, the first and second year medical students learned about Ophthalmology from two alums: Neal Krasnick, MD '86 a

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  • Wayne State Giving Day is on Tuesday, April 4. This is a way to show your pride for Wayne State and inspire future students to achieve

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    Dermatology was featured at last Wednesday's medical specialty luncheon. Dermatologist and WSUSOM alumnus, Judith Lipinski, M.D. '79, R

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  • On Wednesday, January 11, the first and second year medical students learned about General Surgery from two alums: Bruce McIntosh, MD '

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    In their first week back, on January 4th, the medical students enjoyed hearing from anesthesiologists Theresa Stanton, MD ’85, Jack

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  • Last week, November 30th, Dan Guyer, MD ’71, Joel Young, MD ’89 and Barika Butler, MD '06, spoke with the first and second year me

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    We are at Wayne Day 2016 presented by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology's Division of Maternal- Fetal Medicine! Connect with

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  • Today, November 16th, Doru Bali, MD '02, Res. '05, and Sarkis Kouyoumjian, MD ’98, Res ’01, spoke to the first and second year med

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    The WSU Medical Alumni Association is at the 2016 Detroit Trauma Symposium today and tomorrow at the MGM Grand Hotel in Detroit! Stop b

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  • On Wednesday, November 2nd, Federico Mariona, MD Res ’71 and Patrice Harold, MD ’89, Res ’93, spoke to the first and second year

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