Facts at a Glance

Accreditation

Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME)

Established

1973, by the Ohio General Assembly

Location

Dayton, Ohio, serving the Greater Miami Valley Region

Leadership

Marjorie Bowman, M.D., M.P.A., Dean
John L. Bale, M.Acc., Associate Dean for Fiscal Affairs
Molly Hall, M.D., Associate Dean for Premier Health
J. Thomas Hardy, D.O., Associate Dean for Veterans Affairs
Col. Steve Higgins, M.D., Associate Dean for Air Force Affairs
Gary L. LeRoy, M.D., Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Admissions
Alan P. Marco, M.D., M.M.M., Associate Dean for Faculty and Clinical Affairs
Dean X. Parmelee, M.D., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Arthur S. Pickoff, M.D., Interim Associate Dean for Research Affairs

Enrollment

M.D. Students (2013-14)

Total, including dual degree

421

 

Male/female ratio

51%/49%

 

2014-15 Resident tuition & fees

$36,486

 

2014-15 Nonresident tuition & fees

$53,146

 

Class Profile (Class of 2017)

 

 

Applicants

4,400

 

Entrants

104

 

Entrants from Ohio

90%

 

Interviews granted

485

 

Acceptance rate

5%

 

Average undergraduate GPA

3.64

 

Average MCAT score

29.22

Graduate students (2013-14)

Total

171

 

Aerospace Medicine (M.S.)

19

 

Emergency Preparedness (M.P.H.)

23

 

Global Health (M.P.H.)

14

 

Health Care Management (Certificate)

3

 

Health Care Management (M.B.A. Concentration)

11

 

Health Promotion and Education (M.P.H.)

26

 

Pharmacology and Toxicology (M.S.)

43

 

Public Health Management (M.P.H.)

32

Residents & Fellows (2013-14)

Total

425

 

Sponsored residency programs

13

 

Sponsored fellowships

10

 

Affiliated residency & fellowship programs

4

Alumni (June 2014)
 

Total

3,034

 

In Southwest Ohio

703

 

In Ohio

1,445

 

Graduates entering primary care (past five years)

48%

 

Practicing in underserved areas (estimated)*

28%

Faculty (2013-2014)

 

Fully affiliated

440

 

Partially affiliated (volunteer & emeritus)

1,201


* Estmated based on the number of 1999-2001 graduates working in health professional shortage areas (HPSAs). See: "The Social Mission of Medical Education: Ranking the Schools," Annals of Internal Medicine, June 15, 2010 vol. 152, no. 12, 804-811.