What is Medical School Wellbeing


Promote effective behaviors that increase resiliency, improve the overall quality of life, and decrease burnout, which can be carried into residency and medical career. We are committed to provide diverse offerings that meets individual student needs using clear messaging and collaboration with the student body.


In line with the AAMC’s Statement on Commitment to Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, we strive for a culture that values student wellbeing and cultivates resiliency. By engaging with resources and learning habits and behaviors that support the various dimensions of wellbeing, our students will leave medical school equipped in achieving excellence in healthcare.

Learn about resources, tips, and more in the different dimensions of wellbeing. 


Tiffany Wong, MA, Program Coordinator for Wellbeing & Advising

Nichole Ciccarelli, Ed.M., Director of Student Affairs

Dr. Karen Symes, PhD, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Associate Professor of Biochemistry

Dr. Angela Jackson, MD, Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Associate Professor of Medicine