Quillen College of Medicine
A website designed by students for students.
In case you missed it!
Back to Books 2017 - Mannequin Challenge
As a way to celebrate our M2's final semester before Step 1 the M1s organized a party and made this tribute video!
Created and filmed by Wade Seagrade Edited by Joshua Eckelberry
Welcome to the newly created website for students at the Quillen College of Medicine.
The Quillen College of Medicine at East Tennessee State University was founded in 1974. It is located in Johnson City, Tennessee, on ETSU’s beautiful VA Campus.
This website was created as a tool to bring students together to share useful information and resources. Everything you see on this website is funded, designed, and maintained by students. It is constantly updated, so check back often!
Prospective students, we hope that you will take a few minutes to explore what makes Quillen a great medical school. The small class size, state-of-the-art facilities, and beautiful location are only a few of the advantages of attending Quillen. We have several features on the website such as virtual tours, student contacts, and information on student life to help you learn about our school as you begin applying.
Current Students, we all know it's hard to keep up with crazy medical school life. To make things a little easier, we focused on bringing important resources together in one place. You'll find calendars for exams, student organization meetings, and community service opportunities. On the individual class pages, there are convenient resources that are passed down from previous years.
This website is constantly evolving and improving. If you have any suggestions, let us know!
New Blog Post by Rebekah Rollston
Beyond Borders: A Multi-Country Comparative Look at Approaches to Sexual & Reproductive Health
Dr. Bright Comes to Quillen
Dr. Bright is a speaker and consultant on health disparities, innovations and quality, the Affordable Care Act, and diversity medical education and practice who has spoken at venues including the White House, Congress, national and local television circuits. He is currently an assistant Dean at the UNC School of Medicine and has served as the former president of the National Medical Association. Sponsored by Internal Medicine Interest Group and Minorities and Allies in Medicine.
Dr. Ibrahim Gives Talk
Dr. Ibrahim, trauma surgeon, gives talk to Quillen students about his experience treating victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, FL.
Quillen Photo Contest
This photo won our annual photo contest! Click to see all 2nd and 3rd place along with all other submissions!
New Blog Post by Austin Witt
A Reflection: How Rural Track Brought My Life Full Circle
Recent Blog Post: Bill Majors
Success the Spurrier Way
Discover what a day in the life of a Quillen medical student is like.