The Mulholland Society
Henry B. Mulholland, MD
Since its inception in the summer of 1967, the Mulholland Society has served as the UVa School of Medicine’s coherent student voice. Collectively, the organization’s goals are two-fold. First, the Society looks outward, endeavoring to promote the various interests and concerns of all medical students to the faculty and staff of the health system and the University and Charlottesville community at large. Second, the Society looks inward, seeking to provide an outlet for the academic, social, athletic, and personal interests.
The Mulholland Society is named in honor of the late Dr. Henry Bearden Mulholland, a distinguished figure in American medicine and a member of the faculty from 1917 to 1962.
Meetings are held regularly and are open to all students.
Information on how to start a club, click here (.pdf).