Academic Enhancement Office
The Academic Enhancement Office (AEO) supports the academic and personal success of all medical students. Recognizing that individual students have different needs in order to be successful in medical school, various programs and services are available to all current BUSM medical students. Programs are designed to help students adjust to the rigors of medical school and strive to learn balance, with more effective study habits that promote and sustain lifelong learning. Through small group sessions and individual meetings, we work with students to leverage the necessary skills to balance academic and personal growth.
Programs and services include study skills enhancement, academic advising and coaching, USMLE preparation, academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities, peer tutoring, peer study groups, and personal counseling.
Paige Curran, M.A.
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
Director, Academic Enhancement Office
Instructor of Medical Sciences and Education
More about Dean Curran
Suffolk University, Department of Psychology
Duke University Counseling and Psychological Services
Harvard University Bureau of Study Counsel
Cognitive aspects of physician-patient communication
Relationship between motivation, achievement and creativity
Development of effective learning strategies
Resiliency in success and failure
Melissa Paz, M.A.
Academic Enhancement Specialist