Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education. Student intern Benita Tseng Lai with the Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Michaela Aldred Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education. Student intern Benita Tseng Lai with the Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Michaela Aldred
Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education. Dr. Richard Blath speaking to the PMD 101 class in large auditorium Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education. Dr. Richard Blath speaking to the PMD 101 class in large auditorium
 Signage above the Mallory-Wilson Center  Signage above the Mallory-Wilson Center
 Erin Bell and Dr. Kyle Hogarth during a summer clinical internship at the University of Chicago  Erin Bell and Dr. Kyle Hogarth during a summer clinical internship at the University of Chicago
 Premedical Student Tiffany Campbell shadowing neurosurgeon Dr. Sudhakar Vadivelu at Cincinnati Children's Hospital  Premedical Student Tiffany Campbell shadowing neurosurgeon Dr. Sudhakar Vadivelu at Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Office and Advising Hours

Center Hours:

The Center is closed, but we will be working remotely, and will be responding to email and voice messages.

Email: (mallorywilsoncenter@miamioh.edu)

Phone: (513) 529-3737

Advising Hours:

Drop-in advising hours are now available daily through WebEx.  Keep in mind that this is an open room, and confidentiality cannot be guaranteed.  Drop-in advising is also intended for quick matters.  If you have something you don't feel comfortable possibly discussing in front of other students, or have more in-depth questions, you'll want to schedule an appointment by emailing Tailyn.

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Credit/No Credit and Professional School Requirements

We have been in contact with a number of professional school admissions staff members, and they have been working diligently to develop a policy for this strange time. Although no school is the same, the consensus is that schools require letter grades if students have that as an option - which all Miami students do. Some institutions have gone on to requiring that all of their classes be offered as CR/NCR, and for those students, there is a section on the application where they will explain this in full detail.

Additionally, some of the schools that said they may be willing to accept CR/NCR have indicated that they would require proof that the student receiving credit for the course earned the equivalent of a C or better, which is not necessarily something Miami will be able to do, since our CR/NCR policy awards credit to students earning a D- or higher.

I understand that this is a stressful time for everyone, and most of you weren't planning on taking any online courses, but understand that there will be adjustments made to the application process over the next few years so that you aren't punished for what is out of your control. Admissions committees understand that they may see slightly lower grades for this semester, and they will take that into consideration. It is still important to do your best (it is proven that taking a course as CR/NCR can sometimes impact the effort one puts into a course), and once classes return to campus you can prove to them that the issue was related to the COVID outbreak by again earning the As and Bs to which you're accustomed.

Stay healthy,
Tai

Healthcare Course Showcase

PMD 410: Issues in Healthcare seminar

Fall Semester
Tuesdays, 4:25-5:20pm
032 Pearson Hall

This 1-credit hour seminar/discussion course is designed to allow students to learn more about current issues in healthcare and provides an opportunity to interact with physicians.  Students will be working in groups to identify and research current issues and then present their findings to the class. 

In addition, I will be inviting Miami alumni physicians as well as local physicians to present on the issues that they find important or about which they are passionate. Opportunities to discuss healthcare issues with physicians can increase student understanding of the healthcare professions. More Info…

Cross-listed with MBI 450

For more information contact Dr. Joseph Carlin.

Did You Know?

Quick Fact

Rod of Asclepius

Over the last 4 years, 61.1% of Miami undergraduate applicants have been accepted to medical schools. The Association of American Medical Colleges reports a national acceptance rate of 41.9% into M.D. programs.

Premedical Living Learning Community

The Mallory-Wilson Center Premedical LLC brings together students interested in pursuing a career in one of the medical fields. The MWC LLC programming will help students explore the fields of healthcare so they can learn about career opportunities and make informed career choices. Students in the community will take core courses required for admission to essentially all health professions schools, and the MWC Premedical LLC support systems will help students as they navigate those first challenging courses.

Possible programs include:

  • Pre-Med Advisor in hall office hours
  • Study groups
  • Medical School visits and tours
  • Mentoring with upper class students

Student Pre-health Organizations

the HUB

Students can choose from a wide array of pre-health profession student organizations, clubs, and fraternities at Miami University. At the HUB, they can discover the range of interests, perspectives, and professional career objectives available in these organizations.

Mallory-Wilson Spotlight

Jeri Oranski
As important as it is to apply yourself and be dedicated to your studies, make sure to jump into new things. The more experiences you have outside your own discipline, the more you'll learn empathy and critical thinking skills that you will need no matter where your path leads.


- Jeri Oranski, Class of 2021

Read what Jeri and other students have said about pre-healthcare at Miami

Rebecca Wyma
My MWCHE preceptor­ship was also the most in-depth phys­ician shadow­ing experience that I've ever had thanks to Miami. Over the course of 5 days I shadowed Dr. Paul Gehring, an obstetrics and gynecology specialist in Tulsa, Oklahoma and a Miami alum. I stayed with him and his family, which was really incredible because I got to see how he manages his work and personal life. This made me see the real life of a physician and portrayed a lifestyle that I could one day see myself potentially having as well.

- Rebecca Wyma, Class of 2018

Read what Rebecca and other students have said about pre-healthcare at Miami

Sammi Marshall
The preceptor­ship, which is basic­ally an oppor­tunity where stu­dents shadow under practicing physicians to gain experience, was coordinated by one of my favorite professors, David Pennock, a professor of biology, my advisor, and director of the Mallory-Wilson Center. I can talk to him about pretty much anything!

- Sammi Marshall, Class of 2018

Read what Sammi and other students have said about pre-healthcare at Miami

Christopher Beecroft
Some of my best experiences have been working as a residence assistant in Stanton Hall, which houses the Premedical Living and Learning Community (LLC) — all students planning to head off to some sort of health professional school. It has been a great way to be a role model, someone who has taken the same steps as the freshmen and sophomores have.

- Christopher Beecroft, Class of 2018

Read what Christopher and other students have said about pre-healthcare at Miami

Morgan Nguyen
I only had Dr. [David] Pennock once in a seminar class, but as the director of the Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education, he has been very helpful as my premed advisor. He has assuaged my worries by offering me confidential and calming advice about my interest in attending medical school after graduation. His premedical seminar helps you get acquainted with the nitty-gritty of applying to medical school.

-Morgan Nguyen, Class of 2018

Read what Morgan and other students have said about pre-healthcare at Miami

Tiffany Campbell
Most recently, I did a 10-week summer internship through the Mallory-Wilson Center for Healthcare Education to do neurosurgery research and shadowing at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. I shadowed a neurosurgeon, Dr. Sudhakar Vadivelu, over the entire summer and worked on clinical research projects with him. This has been one of my favorite college experiences, and I'm actually still working there once a week, developing some manuscripts for publication, and I delivered a conference talk in DC in October!

- Tiffany Campbell, Class of 2018

Read what Tiffany and other students have said about pre-healthcare at Miami

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