Meet Our Students

Wondering what it’s like to be a Rush medical student?

Hear from current Rush Medical College students, learn about our community and discover why Rush Medical College is a special place.

Colin
Colin Jorgensen talks about why he chose Rush, and what he loves about living in Chicago.
Coralie
Coralie Pardo describes why the Rush mission appealed to her.
Zoe
Zoe Stork describes her teaching experience through Rush Mini Medical School – a fun, educational summer program for kids.
Kavan
Kavantissa Keppetipola is humbled by his work through the Rush Community Service Initiatives Program.
Kevin
Kevin King chose Rush for many reasons including the friendly atmosphere, location and diverse student groups.
John
John Walton based his decision on the collaborative culture that Rush promotes.
Emily
Emily Kelly talks about her transition to living in Chicago.
Harrison
Harrison Pidgeon talks about his early-med school exposure to Chicago’s displaced, drug dependent and underserved adults.
Phillip
Phillip Nulman promotes healthy living in Chicago’s Mexican community on a regular basis, keeping his bilingual skills sharp during med school.
Suzanne
Suzanne Labelle is proving the strong capacity of music to improve patients’ mental, physical and emotional well-being.
Michael
Michael Fice explains why the absence of an undergraduate program translates to more one-on-one access for Rush medical students.