PULLMAN, Wash. – Recent reports may have created some confusion about exactly what Washington State University is pursuing in the medical education realm and whether that path is viable. As the conversation regarding medical education and our statewide physician shortage continues, it is important that we ground the discussion in facts.
SPOKANE, Wash. – The JP Morgan Chase Foundation awarded Washington State University $100,000 for a pilot program testing second-year medical education curriculum on WSU’s health sciences campus in Spokane.
Brown SPOKANE, Wash. – WSU Spokane Chancellor Lisa Brown announced Wednesday that a private fundraising drive to cover some of the costs of a new second-year medical education program in Spokane has reached its $2.3 million goal. Brown made her announcement during a joint appearance with University of Washington School of Medicine (UWSOM) Dean Paul […]
SPOKANE – As part of the expanding focus on health sciences at WSU Spokane, Weihang Chai, recently joined the research faculty of WWAMI Spokane — the university’s medical education program—as an assistant professor. Chai comes to WSU Spokane from Texas Woman’s University, where she was an honored research fellow and assistant professor of biology. […]