Vermont Medicine magazine features stories about students, faculty, and the alumni of the Larner College of Medicine and its engagement with the wider community.

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200 Years Young, What's Next?

The Larner College of Medicine recently celebrated the 200th anniversary of its first class of medical graduates. As the seventh oldest medical school in the United States, it has witnessed significant changes not only in medicine and science but also in the dynamics of America and the world. Learn what the future holds for the college.

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Building Pathways to Medicine

Student-led programs expand the pool of medical student applicants underrepresented in the profession. Read about Pathways to Medical Education at Larner.


The Red Wheelbarrow

Read selections from the 2023 edition of The Red Wheelbarrow, the literary and arts magazine of the UVM Larner College of Medicine.


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Summer Scholars: Medical Students Dive into Research

During summer, many rising second-year students participate in a research fellowship choosing topics based on personal passions. With faculty guidance, they immerse themselves in tackling medical puzzles and unmet needs among marginalized communities. Read on for a glimpse of summer 2023 research by the Larner Class of 2026

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Renaissance Man: Where Art and Science Meet

Vito D. Imbasciani, M.D.’85, Ph.D., and George DiSalvo created the first endowed lectureship in the United States focused on preparing culturally competent physicians to provide medical care and prevention services specific to LGBTQ populations. During this year's lecture, we sat down with Dr. Imbasciani to reflect on his life and career. Read our interview.