AUA Medical School News

Find out the latest about AUA. Read about new articulation agreements, approvals and accreditations, student and faculty success, campus events, and much more! Some popular articles from our news section: AUA Signs MOU with the University of Southampton, AUA Opens Medical Clinical On Campus, AUA Hosts Third Annual Men’s Health Day, Earn a Healthcare MBA Alongside Your MD, American University of Antigua Signs Landmark Clinical Clerkship Agreement with Florida International University, AUA Student Wins First Place at AAFP Conference, Campus Expansion, AUA Student Published by American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and Medical Board of California Recognizes AUA College of Medicine.

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AAPI Recognizes AUA as the Leader in International Medical Education

American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) has declared American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine the leader in international medical education. AUA received this distinction after an AAPI delegation conducted a comprehensive site visit. Based on their observations and AUA’s numerous state approvals, the strength of its curriculum, resources, and faculty, and… Read More…

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AUA President Neal Simon Appointed Ambassador at Large

AUA President Neal Simon has been appointed Ambassador at Large for Antigua and Barbuda. AUA has enjoyed tremendous success over the last decade and the people of Antigua and Barbuda have played a large part in that success. AUA and Antigua and Barbuda have prospered both economically and educationally. More than $81 million is spent… Read More…

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AUA Signs Agreement with Canadian College

American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine has signed a memorandum of understanding with Royal Crown College of Business and Technology, which is located in Toronto, Ontario. Qualified Royal Crown College students, who have completed 90+ credits or hold a first degree from the institution and meet the agreement’s criteria, will gain automatic entry into… Read More…

AUA Praised in Albany Times Union

AUA Praised in Albany Times Union

AUA was praised in the Albany Times Union last month for its role in combating the physician shortage. Full article with a link to the original source below: Alexander: Physician shortage is real crisis in New York state, nation By Paul Alexander, Commentary There’s a crisis in New York that’s not getting the attention it… Read More…

AUA Signs Articulation Agreement with University of Wisconsin

AUA Signs Articulation Agreement with University of Wisconsin

American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine has signed an articulation agreement with University of Wisconsin-Stout (UWS). This agreement allows qualified UWS students in the Applied Sciences program to receive guaranteed entry to AUA. UWS students interested in the program must: have a GPA of 3.5 or higher have a GPA of 3.5 or… Read More…

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AUA Clinical Students Receive Accolades from FIU Graduate Certificate Program

The majority of AUA clinical students who completed the FIU Graduate Certificate program this spring received honors and/or special commendations for their outstanding work. Congratulations to the most recent AUA students to complete the FIU program: Mercedes Behar Malik Arfa Dalia Arostegui with Honors in Psychiatry and Near Honors in Family Medicine and Pediatrics special… Read More…

AUA Sponsors Fourth Annual Tinman Rohr

AUA Sponsors Fourth Annual Tinman Rohr

[This article originally appeared in the Caribbean Times] For the fourth consecutive year, American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine has partnered with the Wadadli Triathlon Club to present the 4th AUA Tinman Rohr Triathlon. Last week, AUA Chief Operating Officer Dick Woodward met with Andre Simon, its co-founding member, to personally deliver the… Read More…

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AUA Graduate Secures Prestigious Molecular Pathology Fellowship

Dr. James Saller (Class of 2010) recently secured a Molecular Pathology fellowship at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, FL, which offers one of the most prestigious pathology programs in the United States. Find out how he did it and what he’s learned on his journey from Caribbean medical school student to resident to fellow.