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Congratulations to the TUSM-MMC Maine Track Class of 2018 and MMC Residency Programs

March 22, 2018

match day 2018
Match Day 2018 included the sixth class of students in the Maine Track program. Counting this year’s class, more than 204 students have graduated from the program since 2013.

This year’s class included 36 medical students, nine of whom were matched with MMC programs. Five additional students from the Boston-based Tufts class also matched with MMC. Others were placed in excellent teaching settings throughout the country, said Peter Bates, M.D., MMC’s Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer.

MMC also found matches for all 14 of its primary residency programs. Kalli Varaklis, M.D., MMC’s Designated Institutional Official said, “We are delighted to welcome many highly qualified medical students from across the country who have chosen to continue their education and training at MMC.”

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