College of Human Medicine
The Division of Human Anatomy, a unit within the Department of Radiology, jointly serves the College of Human Medicine and the College of Osteopathic Medicine. Our division includes faculty members engaged in multidisciplinary biomedical science teaching for pre-professional students, medical students, and medical residents throughout Michigan. Faculty have advanced degrees in a wide range of fields including allopathic medicine, anatomy, biophysics, engineering, neuroscience, occupational therapy, osteopathic medicine, pathology, physical anthropology, physiology, psychology, and veterinary medicine.
The mission of the College of Human Medicine’s Department of Emergency Medicine is to achieve excellence as a local, national and international leader in the field of emergency medicine, provide outstanding medical education opportunities for students and residents, and conduct research that benefits the communities we serve.
The MSU College of Human Medicine has two four-year campuses—in East Lansing and Grand Rapids respectively—educating a total of 800 students. First- and second-year medical students receive their preclinical education in either East Lansing on the campus of Michigan State University, or at the Secchia Center in Grand Rapids. Each location has 200 preclinical students. Third- and fourth-year students receive their clinical education at any of nine primary teaching hospitals, 47 community hospitals, and hundreds of practices in the college’s six community campuses throughout the state.
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is committed to educating exemplary physicians and scholars, discovering and disseminating new knowledge, and providing service at home and abroad. We enhance our communities by providing outstanding primary and specialty care, promoting the dignity and inclusion of all people, and responding to the needs of the medically underserved.
To educate, train and inspire students, physicians and allied health professionals in the discipline and related sciences of Internal Medicine.
To provide quality, compassionate, and cost conscious care to patients and their families and to serve as an advocate for their health.
To attain research excellence for the purpose of improving the health of all.
The Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology at MSU is unique because of its commitment to areas of study not typically found within traditional departments of neurology. This includes areas like neuro-intervention, neuro-otology, neuro-ophthalmology and neuro-epidemiology. As a rule such units and their faculty are usually located in radiology, ENT, ophthalmology and epidemiology. However, at MSU these core units have Neurology as their home. In addition, we also have the more traditional subspecialty disciplines within the department such as epilepsy, stroke, headache, Alzheimer's/memory disorders, M.S., EEG, EMG, etc.
Our vision for the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is to be the leader in the clinical translation of cutting edge research to the patients and communities that we serve. We are focused on ensuring that our research is translated to the health care needs of women across their life spans and in diverse communities. Our faculty members have achieved national recognition for this research. Since 2009, our department has ranked in the top 23 of 135 departments of obstetrics and gynecology across the country in National Institutes of Health funding for research. We have recruited accomplished researchers in women’s health, including physicians, nurses, sociologists, clinical translational scientists and epidemiologists focused not only on the medical aspects, but on the social disparities that threaten women’s health.
The Department of Pediatrics and Human Development was established in 1968 with the formation of the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University. Our department has sought to balance behavioral science, basic biological research, and clinical pediatrics. This orientation continues today through our comprehensive approach to the health and development of the child and the family.
Looking for something different? The Department of Psychiatry is the only academic psychiatry department in the nation that is part of two medical schools, DO and MD. We have approximately 530 students doing third-year psychiatry rotations, the largest such clerkship in the USA. We have research programs located in Africa dealing with chronic diseases like HIV and malaria. Please peruse our website and see who we are and what we do.
The Michigan State University Department of Surgery. The Department is an academic team of surgeons, residents and staff dedicated to our mission of providing excellence in patient care, offering competitive and comprehensive training opportunities, and a commitment to advance knowledge through participation in basic, clinical and translational research.
Michigan State University Department of Radiology strives to become a nationally and internationally acclaimed department by providing access to the highest-quality medical care in our patient-centered environment, training future generations of highly skilled and compassionate physicians, advancing medical knowledge through state-of-the art research, while meeting the wellness needs of our population through community outreach.