Fighting the Fade

The challenge of neurodegenerative disorders

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A nurse with the Eastville Community Health Center administers a COVID-19 vaccination to Betty B. Bibbins, MD ('MD 82).

“Vaccination is important,” says Betty B. Bibbins, MD (‘MD 82) member of the EVMS Board of Visitors. Dr. Bibbins received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Eastville Community Health Center. A retired OBGYN, Dr. Bibbins considers herself a “community activist on the Eastern Shore for the betterment of healthcare for all people.”

Photo: Brendan Ash

I’ve had a lot of professors in the past, but the ones here at EVMS have shown that they really care about my success. It feels like they’re on my team and that they’re prepared to help me in any way possible to become the best doctor I can be.

Oluwatobi Akande, MD Class of 2024

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Mr. Romero sits with his myoelectric hands on the counter in his kitchen.

Amputee rebuilds his life with help of EVMS physician

Oluwatobi Akande sitting in tan chair with a laptop and a backpack.

Meet & Greet

First-year students and residents share what brought them to EVMS

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EVMS retires school’s original building, Smith-Rogers Hall

Pandemic can’t dampen research spirit

Filling the Gaps.

Workforce demands drive rapid growth of health professions school

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Front of Waitzer Hall building, lit at night with large windows and a brick walkway. Three stairs with railings leading to the doors.

EVMS welcomes opening of new academic hub

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