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Dylan Steele
· September 10, 2017
American medical students asking why classes and exams weren't cancelled ahead of Hurricane Irma so they could evacuate Antigua in the Caribbean where it was projected to be a direct hit. Med school D...ean thinks he's God... forgot what "do no harm" stands for and put his students at risk of a category 5 hurricane Irma by not allowing them to evacuate and cancelling classes and exams until less than 24 hours prior to impact....deans response: "to punish you"!!!! See More
Lynda Allyn Campbell
· September 4, 2017
We have a close family friend in residency in anesthesiology in Chicago, if they could get him through medical school they must know what they are doing. i only heard wonderful things about faculty an...d the campus. Go AUA See More
Ameen Idarisi
· December 16, 2017
Ohh very nice luck with your new home for the first time 5
Xania Chizoba
· March 13, 2018
Excited to be looking into this medical school��
Michael Miller
· January 6, 2016
too bad it is a Caribbean medical school, i would love to attend this medical school in the US. Caribbean med schools get an unfair reputation for poor academic standards . this place looks top notch ...with a success rate to back it up See More
Dev Raj Babu
· December 7, 2017
One of the best University.
Cristhian J A Gonzalez
· March 22, 2015
I go to Fairleigh Dickinson University Metropolitan Campus in North NJ and I was at a presentation for this AUA. I was sold in the first few minutes, it's a great option to keep in mind.
Savannah Eissa
· June 18, 2016
honestly don't waste your money coming here. you teach yourself. its a s-h-i-t school. also, if you fail your comp twice your out. all your money...for nothing..this is a for profit school. and the is harder than step 1-3. so its not worth it. they weed you out essentially by making the comp mandatory..don't bother! See More
Tyler Alise Bates
· July 30, 2017
The people here are so helpful. They provide everything a normal school does.
Paul Keen Douglas
· April 18, 2015
Thanks for all AUA students and staff for supporting the Cancer Care Group. Pinkbackprogram in the Gazebo area.
Jessica Okafor
· September 5, 2016
horrible school, all about the money! BEWARE!!!!!!!
Dennis Gray Boateng
· May 11, 2015
My Dream School,I'm joining the upcoming class this coming August in JESUS name,Amen!
Donovan Houston
· February 19, 2015
Its a good school and i would recomend anyone to it
Sayed Ghafar Mussavi
· September 17, 2013
Its my dream to study at this university. ...
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October 5, 2011
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Today we celebrate the work of chemist Alice Ball. At just 23 years old, she invented the first effective treatment for leprosy! #WomensHistoryMonth

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Dr. Chandan Samra celebrates with her family after matching to UCLA-Kern Medical Center in Psychiatry.

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It’s a couples match! Husband and wife Drs. Jacob and Kristen Sandoz matched to LSU on #MatchDay2018. Congrats to the happy couple! #CouplesMatch #AUAMatch2018

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Interested in learning more about AUA and everything we have to offer? Join us for a free webinar on March 27!

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Two AUA alumni set up a medical camp on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico, in response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria. Dr. Bilal Khan (Class of 2011) and Dr. Pedro Torres (Class of 2015) led the effort, which they estimate will provide much-needed medical care to 8,000 people and 2,000 families. Read about it here.

Buoyed by their disaster relief work in Vieques, Puerto Rico, which was ravaged by Hurricane Maria, alumni of the American University of Antigua’s Medical School, led by Dr. Bilal Khan,

Meet Harvey®, one of AUA’s state-of-the-art training simulators. Harvey helps students get ahead, giving them an advantage when they begin clinical rotations.

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The journey to #Match2018 was long, and nobody did it alone. Students, comment below and tag a parent, friend, or teacher who helped you to achieve this milestone! #AUAMatch2018

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Another exciting Match Day is in the books. Shout out to all of our students who matched, including Sheryl Veliz, Stephanie Vazquez, Prithvi Ganesh Mavuri, Shreya Madhavaram, and Avinash Ozi! #Match2018 #AUAMatch2018

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Happy #WomensHistoryMonth and #FacultyFriday! Shout out to Dr. Barbara Francois, professor and chair of the Education Enhancement Department. She focuses on providing learning strategies to help AUA students succeed. Thank you for your guidance, Barbara!

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Students, comment below with the residency programs where you matched! We want to celebrate with you! #Match2018 #AUAMatch2018

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AUA students have the chance to match with top residency programs across the US. today! Where do you hope you land? Tell us using #AUAMatch2018. #Match2018

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As the US faces an opioid epidemic, AUA is preparing students with rotations in addiction medicine and adult pain management.

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Saddened to hear about the bridge collapse in Miami. We encourage blood donations and other contributions to help victims. Let’s give more than thoughts and prayers. Florida International University

The Florida Highway Patrol confirmed several fatalities and multiple vehicles were crushed by the span near Florida International University's campus.|By NBC News

We can’t wait to see what groundbreaking contributions to medicine our female AUA students will make. Who are alumnae you want to celebrate this #WomensHistoryMonth?

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This teen’s brain research could one day help Alzheimer’s patients. Just another way women are revolutionizing the medical field. #WomensHistoryMonth

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