Jay Baruch, MD
Ask the Author

The doctors in What’s Left Out are rarely portrayed as heroic—and sometimes they’re the antithesis. How did they end up that way?…

Signs and Symptoms

Concussion diagnosis and treatment are notoriously complicated by their subjective nature. Lacking a measurable, objective diagnostic, physicians must rely on patients’ reporting of…

Baruch talks about his book at the Cogut Center for the Humanities’ Creative Medicine Lecture in April.
Calling the Code

Emergency physician Jay Baruch, MD, explores the complex realities of health care in this short story from his new fiction collection, What’s Left…

Scene from Match Day 2015 at Alpert Medical School
Match Day 2015

On March 20, 2015, members of the MD Class of 2015 gathered at the Medical School to find out where…

Tougaloo professors Wendy White and Richard McGinnis advise pre-med students who apply to Alpert Medical School. (Credit: Tom Roster)
Closing the Gap

For nearly 40 years, the Brown-Tougaloo Partnership has been tackling medicine’s stubborn racial divide. 

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