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Last Lecture

May 27, 2009
Posted In: Physician Assistant, Student Headlines, University Headlines

“The Last Lecture” was the final lecture given to the KCOM class of 2011 before they left the classroom and began rotations. The class elects the speakers through voting, and vote for one basic science faculty member and one clinical faculty member to deliver the lecture. This year, students nominated Neal Chamberlain, Ph.D., and Maria Evans, M.D., and the two gave the lecture on May 21.

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  6. Tom DiDonna says:

    Hello Robin Hunter Buskey,

    I am so happy for you as I read the work you are doing and it is a fitting and deserved recognition. I am proud to be a fellow student of a clinician who demonstrates such a wonderful sense of compassion, competence and professionalism. Way to go!!

    Tom DiDonna, RN

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