Anthony W. Robateau Colón was never at the top of his public high school or college classes in maths or sciences. When he began high school, he started to struggle with the most crucial classes for his dream career: becoming a doctor. After his undergraduate program, he applied to medical school but was rejected. He […]
In an interview with the Post-Dispatch, the president of Ponce, Dr. David Lenihan, said the university’s goal is to provide opportunities for minority and low-income students who fail to get a spot in a traditional medical school but show promise to succeed. Read the full article HERE.
PHSU doctoral students Daymarie Rivera-Morales and Luis Lopez-Rodríguez are featured in the article by the St. Louis Dispatch discussing the partnership between Ponce Health Sciences University in Puerto Rico and Compass Health Network, a nonprofit with health care facilities serving rural residents across Missouri.
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