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UToledo Medical Student Part of National Institutes of Health Yearlong Research Program

January 14, 2021

Rajit Banerjee was accepted into the Medical Research Scholars Program, a one-year research fellowship at the NIH in Bethesda, Maryland, for the class of 2020-21.


Relationships are Key for UToledo Pharmacy Resident

November 13, 2020

Susie Bostdorff credits her development as a pharmacist to her mentors at UTMC and throughout the pharmacy program.


Pharmacy Resident Better Prepared Through Real-World Education at UTMC

November 13, 2020

Working at UTMC has increased confidence in making recommendations while expanding clinical knowledge.


UTMC Prepared Senior for Healthcare Administration Role

November 12, 2020

As a healthcare administrator, Beyer will “manage, lead and administer” healthcare organizations such as hospitals and healthcare systems and health insurance companies.


Physical Therapy Student Helps Patients Get Back on Their Feet

November 12, 2020

Kaitlyn Barber is a doctor of physical therapy student now in her clinical rotations at The University of Toledo Medical Center.


UToledo Club Football Team Growing Despite Pandemic

November 10, 2020

Dylan Brown founded the club team in January and is working to recruit students to the team.


Bioengineering Student Creates Nonprofit to Reduce Waste and Provide Food to People in Need

November 4, 2020

A nonprofit started by a University of Toledo student has already delivered more than 1,000 pounds of food to people in need this year.


UToledo Student Trustee Finds Problems and Solves Them

November 2, 2020

Rebecca Dangler, an accounting senior, is doing her best to bring a student’s perspective to the UToledo Board of Trustees.


Rocket Driven to Help Other Diabetic Athletes

October 29, 2020

Chloee Kleespies, who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in high school, has a goal of becoming a physician assistant to use her experience to help other young athletes.


Communication Student Strives to Make a Difference

October 27, 2020

From the time she set foot on campus as a freshman, Nadia Shelton has used her curiosity and passion for service to make an impact.