The marketing and communications department manages strategic and integrated marketing and communications for the CMU College of Medicine, its clinical enterprise CMU Health, and CMU Medical Education Partners graduate medical education programs.
This includes public affairs, marketing, communications, executive support, public relations, social media, community and clinical partner communications, website development, storytelling, branding, visual identity, collateral production, publications, advertising, promotions and events.
Our team, in collaboration with University Communications, helps tell the story of our clinical and foundational faculty, staff, students, residents and partnerships – as well as communicating the unique mission of the College and our positive impacts.
Questions or inquiries can be directed to email@example.com.
We invite you to take advantage of these approved, branded documents and templates for creating presentations and material intended for distribution. We will be adding to this page with more branded templates, such as letterhead, logos, email signatures, and more as we move forward. If you have a need for a template or branded document to be created, contact CMU College of Medicine Director of Marketing & Communications at
It's important as we continue to build on the brand of this fairly new institution - the CMU College of Medicine - that we establish a consistent graphic and brand identity. For university-wide resources, and to review CMU's Brand Identity Standards, Social Media Guidelines, and other tools, you may visit
University Communications' resource page.
CMU Brand Identity
CMU College of Medicine Photo Library
Choose a PowerPoint template option below and click to begin your download.
Research Presentation Poster Templates
Click to download CMU College of Medicine and CMU Health poster templates.
Click a department below to begin downloading logo sets. Please abide strictly by the CMU Brand Identity Standards document (provided above) for all logo use.
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