PSA from Diana Lin ’15:
Are you considering a career in medicine? Are you interested in pursuing a dual degree, like an MD/MPH or MD/PhD? Then we invite you to join us for Ask a Med Student! hosted by AMSA on Friday, March 27th. This is meant to be an informal event for students to engage with two medical students at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine.
Come prepared with questions, and we’ll be ready with pizza! Invite all your pre-med friends!
Date: Friday, March 27th
Time: 6:00-7:30 PM
Place: Woodhead Lounge (Exley Science Center 184)
From Swetha Mummini ’14:
Interested in attending medical school? This Monday, Wesleyan’s American Medical Student Association will be hosting a panel with three second-year medical students from the University of Connecticut. The panelists will be here to speak about their experiences in medical school and address any questions you have about the medical school application process. Pizza will be served in limited quantities so get there early!
Date: Monday, March 3
Time: 7-8 PM
Place: Usdan 108
An invitation from Swetha Mummini ’14:
Interested in attending medical school? Wesleyan’s American Medical Student Association (AMSA) will be hosting a talk by Ankit Kansal ’10, a current 2nd year medical student at Yale. After double-majoring in Neuroscience and Economics at Wes, Ankit joined Teach for America, and taught Biology and Chemistry for two years at a charter school. He then started Yale Medical School in 2012. If you are interested in learning more about the medical school application process and what medical school is like, come to this event. Pizza/pasta will be served.
Date: Thursday, November 7th
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Place: PAC 001
Rilwan Babajide ’16 writes in to perpetuate the Western medical-industrial complex:
In this talk with renowned urologist Dr. Carlton Barnswell, students will learn about the wealth of opportunities available to them in the medical field. We will talk about where these opportunities are as well as how to approach them step-by-step. The objective is to provide interested students with a goal and a framework on how to achieve it.The reason for this talk is because in past years there has been a downward trend in the number of pre-med students from Wesleyan who have matriculated to the ranks of M.D.. Our goal is to change this and we believe that one of the ways to do that is by educating students about opportunities out there for them, instill goals in them, and teach them about the framework and strategies necessary to obtain those goals and achieve ultimate success in the medical field.
Date: May 1st (see, I needed a radical post opener)
Time: 7 pm
Location: PAC 004
Lisle Winston ’14 and Lauren Seo ’14 write in about a wonderful opportunity for students interested in life science careers to hear from recent alumni about their experiences:
Ever wondered what its really like to be in med or grad school? Here’s where you can find out! Students interested in life science careers are invited to a CAREER DINNER featuring a panel of recent Wesleyan graduates now working toward advanced degrees in research and medicine listed below. The dinner and discussion will begin at 6 p.m. in Woodhead Lounge on Monday, April 15th.
Hannan Braun, ’09 (MD program, University of California, San Francisco)
Alison Ringel, ’09 (PhD program, Johns Hopkins University)
Aivi Doan, ’10 (MD program, University of Connecticut)
Molly Deutsch-Feldman, ’12 (Research Assistant, Rockefeller University)
Please RSVP to Anika Milik at tmilik[at]wesleyan[dot]edu by Friday, April 12!
Date: Monday, April 15th
Time: 6 p.m.
Place: Woodhead Lounge
RSVP: Fri, April 12th at noon
Oh shit. Just saw this in the inbox. Sorry Sara Kass-Gergi ’12!
Pre-med? Thinking of applying to medical school? Then come this
Thursday to hear from American University of Antigua Medical School
admissions officer, Danielle Hermon. Her presentation will include
information about AUA and valuable information about the medical
school application process and the international medical school search
and application processes. Bring your lunch and questions to Usdan
Time: NOW til 1pm
Place: USDAN 108