Class of 2015 Match List


In the Office of Medical Student Affairs, it is our mission to ensure the success of all medical students as they progress through their training. Medical student success is measured first and foremost in the classroom and clinics where students spend the majority of their time in the learning environment. Through our advising program within the Colleges, led by Dr. Amy Fleming, Associate Dean for Medical Student Affairs, as well as the Student Assistance Program, led by Dr. Cathy Pettepher, Assistant Dean for Assessment, we provide students with the tools they will need to thrive in Vanderbilt's rigorous curriculum. We also oversee the student-led Vanderbilt Careers in Medicine Program, which facilitates exploration and selection of specialties and prepares students to be highly competitive in the Match. Additionally, we attentively work with student leaders of the Student Wellness Program, a nationally-recognized organization that is designed to promote medical student well-being. We remain available to the entire student body should they ever need our assistance with any of the many wonderful projects that take place within the School of Medicine or the Nashville community.

If a student has questions or concerns related to personal, career, or academic issues, we welcome him/her to visit us at any time by dropping by or by making an appointment with the assistance of Tressa Dillingham who can be reached at (615) 875-7700.

Thank you,

Amy Fleming, MD
Associate Dean for Medical Student Affairs

Katherine Anderson
Program Coordinator II
Office of Medical Student Affairs

Tressa Dillingham
Administrative Assistant III
Office of Medical Student Affairs




Careers in Medicine

The Careers in Medicine program at Vanderbilt University supports students as they Explore career options in the health care field, provides structured advising as they Decide among various specialty choices, and paves the path for graduates to Succeed as they begin to embark upon their professional journey.

Student Wellness Program

The Student Wellness Program is a student-run initiative composed of five committees, each supporting a different area of student well-being—physical, emotional/spiritual, interpersonal, academic/professional, and environmental/community. Throughout the year, each Wellness Committee is responsible for supporting student life through various program events and resources for medical students.

The Colleges

Upon matriculating at Vanderbilt University Medical School, students are randomly assigned to one of four colleges, each named after a former Dean of the medical school —Batson, Chapman, Gabbe, and Robinson. The Colleges program aims to address the needs for structured and supportive mentoring and advising for medical students.