University of St Andrews School of Medicine

University Of St Andrews School Of Medicine

Coordinates: 56°20′17″N 2°47′38″W / 56.338°N 2.794°W / 56.338; -2.794

University of St Andrews School of Medicine (formerly Bute Medical School)
Established 1899
Type Medical school
Dean Prof. R. Hugh MacDougall
Pro Dean (Undergraduate) Prof David Sinclair
Admin. staff 54
Students 450
Location St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
Colours
Affiliations University of St Andrews
Website medicine.st-andrews.ac.uk

The University of St Andrews School of Medicine is the school of medicine at the University of St Andrews in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland; it used to be known as the 'Bute Medical School' until the 2010–2011 academic year. Many staff and students however retain deep affection for the old building and so, for example, the medical society is still called The Bute Medical Society.

Read more about University Of St Andrews School Of Medicine:  Facilities—New Medical and Biological Sciences Building, Medical Societies, Research, Academic Dress, Famous Alumni, The Bute Chair, Sir James Black Chair of Medicine, The John Reid Chair of Pathology

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