Pre-Health Opportunities

Welcome to the Pre-Health Opportunities Page! Here, you will find information for pre-health students that ranges from Hopkins programming, to webinars, to medical school open houses. We hope you find these resources helpful as you explore the health professions and pursue your academic and career interests. Happy reading!

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Office Announcements

Handshake for Bridge Year Jobs
Students--If you're looking for bridge/gap year jobs, check out Handshake! Click on this link for a growing list of opportunities!
Pre-Health Peer Leaders Virtual Drop-In HoursThe Pre-Health Peer Leaders are a group of current pre-health upperclassmen who serve as an extension of our advising. They possess diverse personal experiences and have been trained to answer pre-health-related questions. Our Peer Leaders are an invaluable resource to fellow students who have questions about being a pre-health Blue Jay. Students are able to meet with Peer Leaders during their designated Sunday evening virtual drop-in hours and ask them questions about their pre-health experiences.

Beginning Sunday September 5th!

To attend their Sunday drop-in hours, log into Handshake, click on the “Events” link, and search for Homewood: Peer Leader Drop-Ins.

For more information on our Peer Leaders, check out their website
Medical School Admissions ProgrammingPre-Prof has several awesome medical schools that will be virtually presenting to our students this fall. Check out our events calendar for dates & times!
Pre-Health 101 one for registration!All freshmen (and sophomores who did not attend Pre-Health 101 last year) interested in the health professions (pre-med, pre-dental, physician assistant, nursing, etc.) are required to attend a Pre-Health 101 session prior to making an individual appointment with a Pre-Professional advisor. These 45-minute workshops focus on the qualities of a successful pre-health student and provide an opportunity for your questions to be answered. You are only required to attend Pre-Health 101 once, and you must be registered for a session in order to attend.

Registration for Pre-Health 101 for fall 2021 is now open. To register for a workshop, please log into Handshake, click on the “Events” link, and search for a Pre-Health 101 date that best fits your schedule. They will only be offered virtually this semester. We ask that you please sign up for only one session. If a session is full, please sign up for an alternative session. There will be no one taken off waitlists.
Md-PhD Programming Pre-Prof has planned a variety of MD-PhD programming this fall semester. Registration required for the small group sessions through Handshake:
October 5:
Small Groups
5-6 p.m. freshman & sophomores
6:30-7:30 p.m. juniors, seniors & alumni

October 7:
Small Groups
5-6 p.m. freshmen & sophomores
6:30-7:30 p.m. juniors, seniors, & alumni

October 14:
Small Groups
5-6 p.m. juniors, seniors, & alumni
6:30-7:30 p.m. freshmen & sophomores

October 27:
Is MD-PhD Right for me?
5 p.m.
no registration required
2022 MCAT Registration UpdatesWe wanted to let you know that information about the 2022 MCAT Registration Opening and testing year is now available! Registration beings October 13th.

More information can be found here!
Update to Pre-Prof's Drop-ins Dear Students and Alumni--

In an effort to better serve your needs, Pre-Professional Advising has made an adjustment to our drop-in hours.
· Drop-ins will continue to be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 12 – 1 pm, via Zoom.
· As of 9/28, we are eliminating the group format and will provide individual drop-in advising.
· With this new format, you will be placed in a waiting room upon entering Zoom.
· If you are in the waiting room, we will not be able to tell you how long your wait will be, so please be patient with us during that time.
· If there are a large number of people in the waiting room, we cannot guarantee you will be seen that day.
· If you are unable to wait, you can return to drop-ins on a different day, email your question to, or make an individual advising appointment.

As a reminder, drop-ins are intended for quick questions that do not exceed 10 minutes per person.

Events, Programs, and Opportunities

Future Doctors in Politics Internships Future Doctors in Politics, a non-profit organization founded at Harvard aimed at empowering future physicians to be advocates for structural and political change that centers their patients and the communities in which they live, is hiring!

We have recently developed a few internships for pre-med students to get involved in the work. For current openings, please visit
Student Volunteers Needed for Dental Research Position at University of Maryland School of Dentistry
A laboratory focusing on investigating periodontal development and regeneration at the Univ. of Maryland School of Dentistry is seeking student volunteers on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays. The volunteer will devote around 10 hours a week to work in the lab. The volunteer will gain clinical research experience, basic research skills (immunohistochemistry, hemotoxylin and eosin staining, RT-qPCR, RNA isolation, tissue cell culture, animal surgical procedures, and genotyping) and one-on-one mentoring with experts in the field. The position is non-paid and involves ongoing collaborations with the National Institutes of Health (NIH). If interested, please email a resume, transcript, and letter of interest to Emily Chu, DDS, PhD (
Apply today for the 2021-2022 APSA Mentorship Program!Apply today for the 2021-2022 APSA Mentorship Program. The deadline for applying is October 15th!

The undergraduate mentorship program is one of our most rewarding programs, and we need your help to make it successful. The goal of this program is to connect MD, DO, MD/PhD, and DO/PhD students with undergraduates who are interested in careers as physician-scientists in one-on-one, mentor-mentee relationships for one year. Mentors and mentees can choose to meet in person (as permitted by distance and local COVID19 restrictions), or communicate via phone, Zoom, Skype, e-mail, messaging, etc. Optional monthly prompts with suggested topics and questions will be sent to both parties. Please refer to the website for more information.

Applications for both mentors and mentees are available here. In addition, please encourage your friends and colleagues to take advantage of this highly rewarding program while applications are still available!

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at
Massachusetts General Hospital – Center for Women’s Mental Health
Clinical Research Coordinator Position Announcement
The Center for Women’s Mental Health is a clinical and research program within the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. Our Program is dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of psychiatric disorders associated with female reproductive function. The Center provides a range of clinical services to women which include: consultation regarding the use of psychiatric medications during pregnancy; treatment for postpartum mood and anxiety disorders; treatment for premenstrual syndrome; and treatment of menopause related mood and anxiety symptoms, sleep disorders, and hot flashes. The goal of our research division is to examine a wide range of questions which affect the lives of women with psychiatric conditions. Our research projects mirror the span of our center’s clinical expertise. For more information about the clinical and research program, please visit our website:

The research coordinators in our Program are each assigned 1-2 active research projects and are responsible for the implementation of those projects under the guidance of the principal investigator(s) and the supervision of the senior research coordinator.

The research coordinators are primarily responsible for the following research activities:
• Conducting research visits with study patients and study clinicians
• Managing the recruitment, screening and enrollment of research patients
• Administering psychiatric assessments
• Phlebotomy and specimen preparation (a phlebotomy course is offered at MGH)
• Data collection and entry, and database management
• Preparation and submission of research protocols to the IRB
• Ensuring compliance with the Partners IRB and other federal and institutional guidelines
• Periodic special projects, such as a grant submission or a journal article submission

Work Environment:
Currently, our group is made up of six research coordinators, a senior research coordinator, a program assistant, a biostatistician, and eight psychiatrists, two of whom are principal investigators, including the Director. The research coordinators work closely with the study principal investigators and meet twice weekly as a group to review study progress. The group meets once a week for two hours to review clinical cases and ongoing research progress. This is a full-time hourly position with a 9:00-5:30 workday and a ½ hour unpaid lunch. Our Program is located in the Simches Research Building in a combined administrative and clinical space and all work is conducted on-site, permitting hospital instruction around COVID-19.

We are looking for candidates who possess at least a bachelor’s degree. At least one year of research experience, paid or un-paid, is preferred but not required. Please include your undergraduate GPA in your application materials. The salary for this full-time position will start at $33,200 per year, and benefits are available. Candidates who can start by the beginning of June 2019 are preferred. A two-year commitment is strongly preferred.

Note: Per the MGH remote work policy, this position will be largely remote until no sooner than June 2021. Candidates would be expected to relocate to the Boston area for critical in-person job functions but would onboard and begin work from home. Pending resolution of the current COVID-19 pandemic and changes to the current remote work policy, job activities are expected to transition to a hybrid (majority in-person) model.

• Critical thinking skills and ability to independently resolve problems
• Careful attention to details
• Time management and ability to prioritize
• Written and verbal communication skills
• Microsoft Office and general computer literacy
• Data management and analysis knowledge is advantageous though not required

Interested applicants may send cover letters and resumes to Lizzie Callaway via email to or via USPS to 185 Cambridge Street, Floor 2, Boston, MA 02114.
Bioinformatics/Data analyst Student positionBioinformatics/Data analyst Student position

Research: The opportunity is for undergraduate student research/employee studying prostate cancer in the lab of Dr. Jun Luo, PhD at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The research we are focused on is DNA and RNA sequencing strategies to identify novel biomarkers for prostate cancer predisposition and drug resistance.

What you’ll do: Students will have an opportunity to collaborate with a team of research scientists and physicians to work on real clinical and sequencing data. It is a paid position, and students have the option of working remotely.

Requirements: Experience working with Linux and either python or R. Experience working with cluster or cloud computing. Ability to productively in a collaborative environment. Able to dedicate per least 5-10 hours a week (except during finals).

Preferred: Experience with data visualization. General knowledge of cancer genomics. Experience with ML and data science toolkits.

Contact: Interested students can email me at
Orthopedic Medical Assistant Position OpeningOne will assist an Orthopedic Physician in the practice. One must be ok to commuting to three locations (2 in DC and one in Chevy Chase). One must have excellent communication skills. You will be this Physicians right hand man. Daytime, Monday through Friday hours, pays $17-19 an hour depending on experience.

Orthopedic Medical Assistant
A large Orthopedic, Sports Medicine Practice seeks a Medical Assistant. One must be able to commit to two years and pursuing Medical School or PA school in the future. One must have a Bachelor's degree.

Job Summary: Facilitate the physician’s practice by providing a world class patient experience; take care of all clinical needs with the help of the physician during patient hours; respond to all administrative tasks in a timely manner, accurately and efficiently

Qualifications and Experience:
- Well-developed organizational and multitasking skills
- Ability to manage responsibilities in a fast paced, clinical environment
- Excellent customer service skills
- Attention to detail
- Ability to adjust and adapt as doctor and patient needs change
- Ability to prioritize and manage multiple, competing tasks at once
- Fast learner and able to pick up new things quickly
- Dedicated/hard worker willing to go above and beyond
- Well-developed time management skills
- Works well with others and has a positive attitude
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Interest in the medical field is required; experience is preferred

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Clinical Responsibilities
- Come prepared to clinic hours with the necessary documents, notes, and records
- Greet patients from the waiting room and escort them to exam room for their appointment in a timely manner
- Prepare the patient for the physician by taking a history of their injury and/or reviewing previous clinical notes to provide an updated status
- Per the physician’s guidelines, order x-rays for patient’s when necessary
- Can perform the skills needed to run clinic at a high, efficient level: casting, splinting, drawing up injections, suture/staple removal, post-op dressing removal, ultrasound usage
- Take verbal and written orders to accurately and efficiently write prescriptions for patients
- Have a working knowledge of DME and how to utilize the equipment for your physician
- Be able to respond to physician requests and prepare forms as needed throughout clinic
- Have a good working knowledge & understanding of PACS and other clinical programs
- Understand how to accurately facilitate maintaining lab specimen and placing orders
- Ensure patient’s leave with their questions answered and have a full understanding of their follow up instructions
- Leave the exam rooms and work area clean and neat for the next team to use

Administrative Responsibilities
- Understand and utilize MedEvolve, SRS, GMT, the completed folder, and other applications as necessary
- Understand how to manage the phone system, utilizing voice mail messages, greetings, and transfers
- Respond to all requests in a timely manner utilizing whatever means necessary such as, the telephone, email, and fax system
- Facilitate physician’s surgical schedule by coordinating all required details with the hospital, patient, other physicians, medical representatives, and insurance companies
- Understand practice insurance policies and how to implements them in situational circumstances
- Maintain and monitor physician dictations, faxes, and keep complete patient records
- Stay up to date with all scanning needs
- Complies with all OSHA/HIPPA mandates

Typical Physical Demands
- This position requires full range of body motion including handling, supporting, and lifting patients, as well as manual and finger dexterity, and hand-eye coordination. It involves standing and walking for several hours a day. The medical assistant will occasionally be asked help transport patients and/or help them maneuver around the office. Normal visual acuity and hearing is required. The medical assistant will be exposed to bodily fluids on a regular basis.

Typical Working Conditions
- Medical assistants will have frequent exposure to communicable disease, medicinal preparations, and other conditions common to a clinical environment.

Practice Values
- Always ask for help if you have any doubt or do not know the answer.
- Take ownership of your mistakes.
- Our patients are always our number one priority.
- Patient concerns, no matter how large or small, are always important.
- Never say no; think outside the box and provide an alternative solution.
- Always come to work with a smile.

Monday through Friday day shift, normally business hours, paid overtime if one works over 40 hours per week.

Excellent, full benefits, including 100% health coverage, metro/parking subside, 401k, profit sharing and more.

Pay is $17.31 an hour to $18 an hour. And, you will be paid overtime for working more than 40 hours a week. Typical hours are 8am-5pm.

Please email all resumes to
Paid Clinical Experience for Gap Year Students Simmons-O'Brien & Orlinsky, medical and cosmetic dermatologists, are looking for an enthusiastic, diligent student wh wants to gain hand-on experience as a medical apprentice in one of Maryland's top medical and cosmetic dermatology practices. This position entails assisting physicians in the exam room, performing lab and front office duties, and contributing to special dermatologic projects.

Starting Date: As soon as possible
Hours: 4-5 days a week
Requirements: High school diploma; must be vaccinated

Instagram @ladydermdocs

Contact Pam Miller:
Combined Dermatology and Clinical Research Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Fellowship
We would like to welcome graduating premedical students to apply to our two year fellowship program designed to help them gain clinical experience before entering medical school. For more information, please visit our website.
inHealth Precision Medicine SocietyThe inHealth Precision Medicine Society at Johns Hopkins, a student organization dedicated to exploring the benefits and detriments of precision medicine, is accepting new members! Through our partnership with Johns Hopkins inHealth, a precision medicine initiative at the Hopkins Hospital, we aim to connect students, clinicians, researchers, and the public through speaker events, webinars, conference series, and debates. Join us to learn more about this growing area of medicine and engage with those who are leading the field! To register as a member, please visit

For more information, visit our pages:
Instagram: @ihpmsjhu
Call for Writers at the Johns Hopkins News-LetterDo you enjoy writing and learning about the latest medical developments at Hopkins? Join one of the oldest student organizations on campus and write for the Science and Technology section of the Johns Hopkins News-Letter! If interested, please fill out this form.

Johns Hopkins Medicine Virtual One-Day Mini-Medical SchoolVirtual One-Day Mini-Medical School
Saturday, October 23rd, 2021 from 10:00AM – 2:00PM (EST)
The Virtual One-Day Mini-Medical School Collaborative event between the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Undergraduate Medical Education (UME) and Graduate Medical Education (GME) departments, aimed at the recruitment, matriculation and retention of underrepresented in medicine (URM) persons into the medical workforce - as students, residents, fellows, faculty and staff. This program aligns with the ACGME’s newly approved mandates for GME programs to consider workforce diversity, as it relates to residents and faculty.
Registration Link:
Life Design Lab's Future Fest 2021
Sound Check Day 2: Gap Year Panel and Workshop
Friday, October 1, 5:00 PM Eastern
Register here!

Come listen to Hopkins Pre-Med alumni share their experience pursuing “gap years” between undergrad and medical school and learn how you can utilize Future Fest to explore similar gap year opportunities in a range of fields.

Future Fest Trade Show Floor – The Life Design Lab version of a Virtual Career Fair

Day 1: STEM Employers (Research, Biotech, Pharma, Teaching, Healthcare Consulting, Healthcare, etc.)
Monday, October 4, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Eastern
Register HERE

Day 2: All Employers (Consulting, Medical Communications, Health Care, Pharma, Education, Government, Health Economics, etc.)
Tuesday, October 5, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Eastern
Register here!

Allied Health Networking Event
Tuesday, October 5, 4:40 PM Eastern
Register HERE

Join us for a networking event with JHU alumni, employers and friends of the university who are engaged in a wide variety of interdisciplinary health professions, including allied health roles!

Designing Equitable Organizations: Creative Reaction Lab Workshop
Tuesday, October 5, 7:00 PM
Register HERE

Every person is a designer because we each have the power to affect outcomes with the decisions that we make daily in all arenas of our lives. If we are striving to redesign for justice, it is essential that history, healing, power, identities, and narratives are consistently centered. Without integrating these key elements, we will only reinforce the status quo.

In this workshop, facilitators will introduce each concept and practice of Equity-Centered Community Design (ECCD), a creative problem-solving framework developed by Creative Reaction Lab that supports the development of equity-centered approaches that will dismantle oppressive systems and mobilize tomorrow’s leaders to design racial and health equity solutions today.

Virtual Tutoring Opportunity through Front Lines TutoringThe Community Outreach Initiative (COI) aims to provide academic support and mentorship to youth from underserved communities. As part of the initiative, we are currently recruiting tutors for ICEF Public Schools in Los Angeles, CA. The Inner City Education Foundation (ICEF) is a Charter Management Organization which provides underserved students in Inglewood and South LA with academic opportunities in their own community. ICEF Public Schools serves more than 2,700 students annually, with 88% of the students in the 2020-2021 academic year eligible for the federal free and reduced-price lunch program, a nationally recognized measure of economic poverty.

We are seeking tutors for ICEF Inglewood Elementary, where they will assist first grade students during the afterschool program through virtual tutoring sessions in math and/or English. If this opportunity is of interest to you, please see the hiring spec attached to this email and click the link below to apply to be an ICEF tutor!

Tutor App: Tutor Application

We are also hiring coordinators to help oversee the ICEF Tutoring Program and assist with further outreach efforts. If you are interested in this position, please see the link below to apply to be a coordinator for COI!

Coordinator App: Coordinator Application

Feel free to share this information with any others you think will be interested. Thank you so much for your time and consideration! We hope to hear back from you soon!
Krieger Undergraduate Research Awards and EventsHumanities Research Clusters
The most exciting topics in the humanities don’t always fit neatly into one academic department or discipline. Humanities Research Clusters are a way for students from different specialties to talk about big, multifaceted ideas in a productive and student-led environment. While each cluster will be led by one or more students with a humanities focus, members of the cluster should work from a wide variety of disciplines. The Humanities Research Clusters are open to undergraduates and graduate students. They provide for an open discussion of current topics in evolving and understudied interdisciplinary fields. Each approved research cluster will receive up to $1,000 of annual funding from the university for meetings, materials, and guest speakers. Cluster members will also have access to the Humanities Collaboratory, a new flexible hybrid learning space on campus. Apply Here: . The application provides additional proposal details.

Research Proposal Workshop
Learn how to find a research award, write a research proposal, create a budget and find as faculty mentor. Join a virtual orientation and information session on KSAS Undergraduate Research. Oct. 7 from 4:00-5:00PM or Nov. 10 from 3:00-4:00PM. Please register below: Applications are now open for the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Albstein, Aspire, Bander, Morella awards at:, the Meg Walsh award at, and the Phares Family award at

The 3rd Annual Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium, will be virtual, March 25-27, 2022. All Hopkins students have the registration fee waived and can present their research internationally at the symposium and after attending can submit their work for publication in the Journal of proceedings. With over 15,000 visitors to the journal site and 650 presenters, this is a great way for them to get their research into the world. The application:

Research Opportunity I am looking for a student or more to assist in clinical data collection of two research projects in kidney transplant field.
The student/s should have access to EPIC and are permitted to do clinical research at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
The two projects are:
1. Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis post kidney transplant.
2. Thrombotic microangiopathy in the kidney transplant
Both studies are approved by the JHH IRB. Two nephrology fellows are currently working with me on these projects as well.

If you are interested, please email me: or call me: 443-510-6808

Thank you,

Nada Alachkar, MD, FASN
Associate Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Division of Nephrology
Johns Hopkins Hospital
600 Wolfe St. Carnegie 344B
Baltimore, MD 21287
Volunteer Opportunity with Compress & Shock FoundationMy name is Grace Carroll and I work for a Roanoke-based non-profit called The Compress & Shock Foundation. We provide FREE education to the public in hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) use.

On Saturday, October 16th, we are hosting various CPR classes around Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina. We are looking for a group of volunteers who would be interested in assisting the instruction of the classes. **Volunteers do not need prior CPR training or experience**

Available sites can be viewed at and more sites will be added in the coming weeks. You are requested to be at your site 30 minutes prior to the class you will be teaching. You are usually able to leave about 15 minutes after the teaching concludes.

All of our instructors are required to complete our brief online training (every 12 months) and the associated quiz regardless of your employment (physician, nurse, paramedic, etc...). We are dedicated to providing identical educational content to all learners and thus we must make sure all instructors are familiar with our content.

Benefits of volunteering include networking with physicians and current medical students as well as receiving a CPR certificate of completion.

If you could kindly pass this message along to your email list, that would be greatly appreciated. For those interested, please contact for more details.
Volunteer Website Manager Position Open - World Neurology FoundationVolunteer Website Manager Position Open - World Neurology Foundation
The World Neurology Foundation ( is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1999 with the mission of promoting neurological care and education in low-resourced regions. We are currently hiring for a permanent/temporary volunteer role of website manager, and the ideal candidate will have intermediate experience with designing and maintaining websites.
Position Responsibilities:
- Updating website content as projects progress (i.e. adding educational material, adding pictures)
- Helping to design and manage the website
- Organizing/developing the online structure of our new initiative, Global Neurology Consortium
- Troubleshooting any technical issues with website
- Working with the WNFO team to generate ideas for new website content
- Proficiency in JavaScript and/or HTML
- Familiarity with Wix website platform
- Ability to troubleshoot website issues
- Ability to work in a small team setting
- Time management skills
- Organized and flexible
If interested in this role, please send your resume/CV and any additional materials (i.e. personal website) that would demonstrate you as a strong candidate for this position to We will get in contact with you if we are interested in collaborating with you. The selection for this position will be on a rolling basis.
Ophthalmic Assistant position opening Located in the Rotunda building in northern Baltimore, Precision Eye Care provides quality ophthalmology services including cataract surgery, advanced technology lens implants (IOL), diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy & dry eye, as well as eye exams for cataracts. We are seeking talented students and graduates to apply for our Ophthalmic Assistant position to join our growing team. Premed and prehealth students are invited to apply!

Please send resumes to Lucy Park at Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please clarify on the email the date you are able to start. Our hours are Monday through Friday 8AM - 4:30PM, and select Saturdays 9AM - 12PM. Part-time and full-time positions are available.

Strong ability to multitask
Lead office team to insure smooth office flow
Greeting patients, checking insurance and referrals
Coordinating scheduling for office and surgery center
Performing pre-diagnostic testing (OCT, VFA, pachymetry) and measuring visual acuity
There will also be opportunity to assist in research projects

Currently enrolled in or graduated from U.S. accredited college/undergraduate university
Strong computer skills
Strong attention to detail
Outgoing and friendly
Ophthalmology experience (+1 year)
EMR experience (+1 year)
If you feel you meet the above qualifications and have a passion for helping patients we want to speak with you immediately. We are willing to train the right person. Please apply to get started. We look forward to hearing from you!

Pay: $15.00 - $18.00 per hour

Open Houses and Admissions Events

SINAI4US -PhD in Biomedical Sciences or Neuroscience ExplorationJoin the SINAI4US virtual event on Oct. 7-8, 2021
The Research Symposium and PhD Application Assistance and Advisory Program for Underrepresented Scholars (SINAI4US) is a two-day virtual event hosted by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. It aims to support and enhance the participation of people in underrepresented groups in biomedical sciences graduate programs for this basic reason: Diversity and inclusion are crucial in developing the very best next generation of scientists.

At the event, you can learn how to apply for a PhD program, with a mock interview and one-on-one feedback on your application documents, and present your research in a symposium co-sponsored by Students for Equal Opportunity in Science. You can also network with faculty and students to help build long-lasting relationships through the application process and beyond.
SINAI4US is open to undergraduates and master's students, as well as Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP) scholars, technicians, research associates, and nontraditional students from underrepresented backgrounds.

Visit our site for event information, eligibility, and to register.

Rock and Snow Medicine Symposium - November 4, 2021The Rock & Snow Medicine Symposium will be hosted by the Wilderness & Environmental Section of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and is scheduled for November 4th 2021.

This event will include high-caliber speakers presenting innovative and relevant medical topics geared towards an audience of ski patrollers, search & rescue specialists, agency personnel, and other prehospital responders.

Questions? Email for more information.

Register here.
University of Illinois College of Medicine Admissions Q&AHave questions for the UICOM Admissions team?

Wednesday, September 29, 5:00pm-6:30pm CT

Participate in a Virtual Q&A Session with the UICOM Admissions team to have your questions answered about UICOM and the current admissions cycle. Current UICOM students will also be available to answer any questions regarding life at UICOM.

Register here!
ATSU's Occupational Therapy Program - Virtual Information Session 10.12.21A.T. Still University is excited to announce its upcoming virtual Information Session on Tuesday, October 12, 2021, at 11:00 a.m. Pacific/Arizona Time.

The session will cover the application process and the curriculum for both the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) and the Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) programs.

Attendance requires registration, found here:

A few days before the event, a link will be sent via e-mail to join the event.

Thank you and we hope to see you there!
Georgia Tech Virtual Grad School Showcase The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) invites you to explore graduate and professional school opportunities at Georgia Tech and beyond in our Virtual Graduate School Showcase, Friday, October 22, 2021, 9am – 6pm.

This FREE event is open to all undergraduates, everywhere! You can come and go as your schedule allows. You don't have to attend for the whole day, but you still need to register.

The event will have two parts:
Meet Georgia Tech (9am – 3pm ET)
Learn about various master's and PhD programs at Georgia Tech specifically
Each degree program will have customized events
Go to for programs (updated regularly; full details of events posted the week of the Showcase)
Chat with Recruiters (3pm – 6pm ET)
Meet with campus recruiters from across the U.S. live and online
Speak with representatives from Georgia Tech graduate programs
Go to to see a full list of recruiters (updated regularly; full details of events posted the week of the Showcase)
Additional Opportunities
Videos and resources about applying to graduate school
Live opportunities to connect with advisors to ask about applying to graduate school, applying for fellowships, and other topics related to graduate study
This event is FREE! You can come and go as your schedule allows!
Remember to REGISTER:
Questions? Susan Belmonte, and Monique Morris,
UC Davis LIVE Virtual Pre-Health Conference
Saturday, October 16, 2021
8:30 am - 5:15 pm PDT
The UC Davis Pre-Health Conference is open to community college, university, and post-bac students, alumni, and pre-health advisors. Conference features a Welcome Keynote, Pre-Health Exhibitors Fair, and 4 workshop sessions.

Attendees have the opportunity to:
Explore 20+ health professions, including allopathic and osteopathic medicine, public health, physicians assistant, nursing, veterinary medicine, dentistry, physical and occupational therapy, and more throughout the day.
Network with deans of admission, faculty, and current students from a variety of health professional programs, post-bac programs, test prep companies, and other organizations during the Pre-Health Fair.
Learn from current professionals, professional students, and admissions officers during the didactic and interactive workshop sessions.

This year’s Fair will feature over 175 professional schools and programs, including 50+ medical schools. Exhibitors at the Fair include:
Columbia University
Duke University
Icahn at Mount Sinai
Stanford University
University of California

Attend Conference
Registering for this online event will give you exclusive access to our workshop schedule, list of exhibitors, and Zoom links. We encourage registering as soon as possible, as every year we have reached attendee capacity. Register today at EventBrite.

SUNY Upstate Virtual Fall Events Medical School Advisement Session (MD)
A General Information Session for those interested in applying to medical school.
September 28; October 26; November 23at 4:00 PM
October 5; November 2; December 7 at 11:00 AM

For a complete list of events, follow this link


NOTE: Given the large volume of information and listings that we receive and post, the Office of Pre-Professional Programs and Advising is not able to personally vet each listing. Therefore, please do not complete and submit forms requesting additional personal information without first verifying the authenticity of the organization or program. Any requests for additional information or follow-up inquiries should be directed to the specific organization or program.

To Submit Announcements for the Pre-Health Opportunities Page

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