Saving Lives, Protecting Health.
Founded in 1952, the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine serves South Florida, South America, and the Caribbean with outstanding education, research, patient care, and community service. With more than 1 million patient encounters each year, the school is a distinctive resource for breakthrough treatments of cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, spinal cord injury, sight and hearing loss, congenital disorders in infants and children, and many other serious conditions. Among the school’s faculty are renowned experts in cutting-edge biomedical disciplines such as genomics, stem cell therapies, fetal surgery, organ transplant, and nanotechnology. The school delivers high-quality services through a vast clinical infrastructure that includes University of Miami Hospital, while its international programs encompass initiatives in locales around the world.
Join us in our mission to advance medical science, develop new treatments and cures, train new generations of physician-scientists and improve the health of millions of people in Miami, South Florida and beyond. The next few decades promise growing numbers of clues to the causes of disease, to new and more effective treatments for those diseases, and ultimately to their eradication.
Thanks to the extraordinary philanthropy of Bernard Osher, the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine will soon be one of a select few institutions offering a unique and comprehensive center for evidence-based, integrative medicine.
Grateful Family Joins with Salah Foundation to Raise Funds for a Specialized Laser at Burn Center
Generous Gift Leads to Renovations in Orthopaedic Suite at University of Miami Hospital
Plans continue moving forward for state-of-the-art Miller School of Medicine Center for Medical Education
Thanks to the incredibly generous support of the Miller family – Stuart, the former chair of the UM Board of Trustees, Jeffrey, and Leslie – the Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine plans to break ground this year on an innovative educational facility that will serve students at every level of medical education.
The proposed Miller School of Medicine Center for Medical Education will accelerate the medical school’s curriculum through innovative learning environments. The Center will feature open space, multiple learning environments which will include flat screens, PC work stations, flexible furniture, common and lounge areas. It will also come equipped with robust wireless technology, which will be conducive to world-wide learning opportunities and collaboration.