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College of Human Medicine


Leading Change. Advancing Health in Our Communities.

The MSU College of Human Medicine pushes the boundaries of how we think about health and its delivery systems within the context of community. The college thrives in a culture of intense curiosity with a focus on the pursuit of practical solutions to the very real needs of individuals and communities. The College of Human Medicine is dedicated to the principle that students learn best when they are immersed in a community to observe and participate in the practice of medicine conducted by faculty and community-based physicians. Through the Empower Extraordinary campaign we seek to raise $100 million to advance the College of Human Medicine. We will advance our faculty through endowed chairs and increased research funding. We will advance our students through an expanded commitment to scholarships. We will invest in our research facilities in order to seek new medical discoveries and advance health in our communities.


The College of Human Medicine seeks to raise $99.5 million in the Empower Extraordinary campaign. We will achieve this goal with a mix of endowment and annual funds.


To date we have raised $100.2 million, but more private support is needed to achieve our full potential and propel this great university forward.


Susan Halloran 
Assistant Dean for Advancement
(517) 884-7430

“Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is a national leader in community-engaged medical education and our innovative, patient-centered curriculum. We have a growing international reputation for biomedical research in women’s reproductive health and neurodegenerative diseases. Our physician graduates are known for challenging the status quo, constantly seeking new ways to define and deliver improved health care, benefitting our communities in Michigan and beyond.”

Aron Sousa, MD, Senior Associate Dean