Med students inducted into honor society
HUNTINGTON -- Ten individuals with the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine have been inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha, the nation's medical honorary which was founded in 1902.
The inductees include medical students, resident physicians, and faculty members, each selected based on academic achievements and significant contributions to medicine.
The student inductees all are from the Class of 2015. They are George H. Clements, Aaron M. Dom, Jessica A. Layne, Jonathan S. Seibert and Adam J. Van Horn.
In addition to the students selected for the honor, the following medical residents and faculty members were also honored: Kamran Abolmaali, M.D., Department of Surgery, fourth-year resident physician; M. Samhar Alkhalaf Alali, M.D., Department of Pediatrics, second-year resident physician; Daniel J. Poole, M.D., Department of Family and Community Health, second-year resident physician; Wade G. Douglas, M.D., Department of Surgery, associate professor; and Kelly E. Melvin, M.D., Department of Psychiatry, assistant professor.
Dr. Sydnee A. McElroy, an assistant professor with the department of family and community health, serves as the chapter's faculty adviser.
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