From the Associate Dean for Admissions
Thank you for your interest in the Robert Larner, MD College of Medicine at the University of Vermont. As a public institution, in one of the smaller states in our Union, we are proud to be an intellectual and academic destination for students and faculty who are aligned with our mission of service, scholarship, and leadership. Every year, we recruit curious and service-oriented learners to our medical program to walk with us in our mission.
When you visit our campus, you will notice professionalism banners that clearly outline the culture of Larner that we work hard to preserve. Our learning environment is characterized by cultural humility, kindness, and respect that is palpable in every corner and in every interaction. It is with this lens that each community member gives of themselves to those we serve. It is with this lens that we achieve excellence in our stated mission to bring hope and access to patients, both locally and globally, by integrating research and education in the care that we provide.
With our two-campus model we provide both rural and urban clinical learning experiences to our students. Our integrated curriculum is student centered and driven by data based educational pedagogy. Opportunities for research range from bench to clinical and public health. We pride ourselves on supporting our student physicians to reach for their dreams and appreciate their trust in us to guide them in their learning. Our student physicians become physician leaders in healthcare delivery innovation in a variety of academic and clinical settings.
I know application to medical school is arduous and I want you to think of us as your partner in this endeavor, you are not alone. I hope you find our process easy to navigate and, most importantly, one that will allow you to share yourself with us. We evaluate applicants holistically and look for mission alignment between your personal mission and our stated mission; we want you to be here because we both agree that we are the best program for you. I invite you to browse our website to get a better understanding of what we have to offer and reach out to us if you have any questions.
As we embark on seating the class that will join us in the bicentennial celebration of the first class to be seated at the UVM College of Medicine, we hope to see your application to become a member of the incoming class!
I wish you all the best and continued success.
Leila Amiri, PhD
Associate Dean for Admissions