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Alumni Relations

Helping EVMS alumni maintain important connections and facilitating alumni-student interaction for enriching educational experiences.

A student holds up a piece of paper showing his residency math while standing next to his family. Everyone is wearing a mask.

School of Medicine celebrates 100% residency match

Graduating EVMS medical students joined medical students across the nation on March 19 in celebrating Match Day by learning where in the country they will spend their residencies.

Access the online alumni community to personalize your profile, network with alumni, learn about upcoming events and more.

Alumni Connections

Marissa Galicia-Castillo, MD, FAAHPM (MD ’97, Internal Medicine Residency ’00)

In her new role as director for the Glennan Center, Dr. Galicia-Castillo uses good old-fashioned medicine to foster community.

A Norfolk native, Dr. Galicia-Castillo remained in Hampton Roads to study medicine, complete her internship and residency in internal medicine, a fellowship in geriatrics and to establish a distinguished career — all at EVMS.

Read her story

Phillip Chang, MD (MD ’99)

Dr. Chang started his job as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center just as the COVID-19 pandemic struck.

In his new position, Dr. Chang was responsible for activating and leading the center’s incident response command in the face of the pandemic.

Read his story

Maureen Kelleher, MS (Art Therapy and Counseling ’12), ATR, LPC

A psychology textbook Ms. Kelleher stole from her brother and a passion for art fueled her career as an art therapist.

"I knew when I went to college that I wanted to combine psychology and art somehow," Ms. Kelleher says, "but I didn’t know what art therapy was. Art was always something I had done on my own. So it took me a while to find a way to combine the two."

Read her story

Marissa Galicia-Castillo, MD, FAAHPM (MD ’97, Internal Medicine Residency ’00)

In her new role as director for the Glennan Center, Dr. Galicia-Castillo uses good old-fashioned medicine to foster community.

Phillip Chang, MD (MD ’99)

Dr. Chang started his job as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center just as the COVID-19 pandemic struck.

A Norfolk native, Dr. Galicia-Castillo remained in Hampton Roads to study medicine, complete her internship and residency in internal medicine, a fellowship in geriatrics and to establish a distinguished career — all at EVMS.

Read her story

Maureen Kelleher, MS (Art Therapy and Counseling ’12), ATR, LPC

A psychology textbook Ms. Kelleher stole from her brother and a passion for art fueled her career as an art therapist.

Marissa Galicia-Castillo, MD, FAAHPM (MD ’97, Internal Medicine Residency ’00)

In her new role as director for the Glennan Center, Dr. Galicia-Castillo uses good old-fashioned medicine to foster community.

Phillip Chang, MD (MD ’99)

Dr. Chang started his job as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center just as the COVID-19 pandemic struck.

Maureen Kelleher, MS (Art Therapy and Counseling ’12), ATR, LPC

A psychology textbook Ms. Kelleher stole from her brother and a passion for art fueled her career as an art therapist.

A Norfolk native, Dr. Galicia-Castillo remained in Hampton Roads to study medicine, complete her internship and residency in internal medicine, a fellowship in geriatrics and to establish a distinguished career — all at EVMS.

Read her story

In his new position, Dr. Chang was responsible for activating and leading the center’s incident response command in the face of the pandemic.

Read his story

"I knew when I went to college that I wanted to combine psychology and art somehow," Ms. Kelleher says, "but I didn’t know what art therapy was. Art was always something I had done on my own. So it took me a while to find a way to combine the two."

Read her story

A group of new EVMS students pose for a photo during new student orientation.

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Become a mentor for current students, serve as a community educator, plan a mini reunion or join the alumni board. There are many ways for alumni to get involved.