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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|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! |
|Virtual Drop-ins for All Students Resumed||Drop-in advising is held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 12 – 1 pm, via Zoom. |
Advising is one-on-one with an advisor, and is intended for quick questions that do not exceed 10 minutes per person.
With this 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, or make an individual advising appointment.
To access the Zoom link, please log-in to your Handshake account, click on the “Events” link, and search for Homewood: Pre-Professional Advising Drop-Ins.
If you have a private question or situation to discuss, please make an individual advising appointment or email email@example.com.
|Spring 2023 Virtual Admissions Visits Calendar||We are excited to welcome you back to campus for spring 2023. This semester, we will be hosting another impressive list of medical school admissions teams from all across the U.S. |
Please hold these dates and times on your calendar and be on the lookout for additional announcements.
Yale School of Medicine
Tuesday, April 4 Time: 5-6pm
The College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University
Wednesday, April 19 Time:5-6pm
Zoom Links can be found on our events calendar on our website
|Upcoming MD-PhD Programming||Each semester we try to provide our students interested in the MD-PhD route programming with past applicants and small group sessions. This spring is no different! We have our small group sessions with Dr. Terry Rogers as well as an interest session with Dr. Andrea Cox from JHU MSTP program! |
Small Group Sessions
5 p.m. (Jr/Sr/Alumni)
6:30 p.m. (Fresh/Soph)
Register via Handshake
Info Session with Dr. Andrea Cox:
Register via Handshake
|Tilly Tuesdays||Stressed about classes or the future? Come visit Tilly, a therapy dog, at the recreation center to destress and chat about well-being! She will be near Good Part and Co in the center from 11:30 am-1pm every other Tuesday." |
|SPH Department of Mental Health Summer Institute 2023||ABOUT THE SUMMER INSTITUTE |
Our faculty are training the next generation of public health leaders. Participants in the Summer Institute of Mental Health Research at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health will have a unique opportunity to work and learn directly with them in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
These unique learning opportunities-meant for students, professionals, practitioners, and individuals interested in mental health, as well as address challenges and opportunities related to mental health programming, among other skil
Innovative Analytic Approaches and Methods
Hot Topics in Public Mental Health
Childhood and Prevention
Global Mental Health
FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://publichealth.jhu.edu/academics/summer-institute-in-mental-health-research | Patty.firstname.lastname@example.org
|Johns Hopkins University Online MCAT Preparation Course||The Psychological and Brain Sciences Department at Johns Hopkins University is offering a new online course this summer, which I wanted to make you aware of. |
AS.200.152 MCAT Preparation for Social and Behavioral Sciences is a 3-credit asynchronous online course that runs from May 30 to June 30, 2023. The cost for the course is $3,525.
This course is meant to prepare students who will take the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) by focusing specifically on the social and behavioral sciences portion. The content of the course draws heavily from psychology and sociology, but it is not a replacement for courses in those areas. Topics covered will include: sensation & perception, cognitive development, memory and intelligence, behavioral conditioning, learning and education, states of consciousness, stress & emotions, the brain and nervous system, behavioral genetics, identities and personality traits, mental illnesses and psychological disorders, attitudes and behavioral change, social norms, group processes, prejudice and bias, social relationships, family dynamics, and sociocultural institutions. This course will *not* cover other required sections of the MCAT (e.g., organic chemistry). Coursework will entail extensive testing and re-testing of concepts and knowledge with multiple-choice question assessments, along with readings and video presentations. The course is taught by associate teaching professor Dylan Selterman.
|Summer Courses in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at Johns Hopkins||41st Annual Graduate Summer Institute |
of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
June 12 - June 30, 2023
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
All courses offered online
· 100% tuition support for eligible JHU employees
· Short, intensive courses
· Introductory and advanced level courses
· Register for academic credit or professional development
· Over 30 courses
· Registration deadlines June 12, June 19, June 26
· Asynchronous and real-time online courses
Foundation Epidemiology and Biostatistics Courses:
Epidemiologic Inference in Public Health I
Statistical Reasoning in Public Health I
Statistical Reasoning in Public Health II
Bioinformatic Strategies for Microbe Detection
Using Big Data for Epidemiological Research in Healthcare
Implementation Science Concepts, Methods & Study Designs
1. Complete the Summer Institute application. 2. Log into SIS using your JHED ID, select the public health student record from the drop down menu (top right corner), and register for your course.
To pay for non-credit courses using Tuition Remission:
1. Review JHU Tuition Remission information. 2. For non-credit courses, download and complete the JHU Tuition Remission form. You will need one form for each course you take. 3. Email the form to the JHSPH Student Accounts office, JHSPH.email@example.com.
To pay for credit courses using JHU Tuition Support:
1. Review JHU Tuition Support information. 2. Identify your category (Degree Seeking Credit Courses or Non Degree-Seeking Credit Courses at JHU) 3. Complete the application at the JHU employee tuition platform, https://jhu.edassist.com. You will receive an email giving you further steps.
Please forward this email to colleagues who may be interested in our courses. For more information, please contact: Ayesha Khan, Department of Epidemiology, Tel: 410-955-7158; Fax: 443-287-8757; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events, Programs, and Opportunities
|JHH Sickle Cell Center Volunteers||The JHH Sickle Cell Center is currently seeking volunteers to assist with research tasks! If you are looking for remote or in-person clinical experience, this opportunity would be perfect for you. We ask that you commit at least 5 hours per week, with flexibility during exam periods and for remote work. |
Please fill out this form if you are interested: https://forms.office.com/r/2MRFFWvqHS
Additionally, please email a copy of your resume to both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to reach out to either contact if you have any questions!
|MedStar Union Memorial Accepting Volunteers||We hosted an enthusiastic group of Johns Hopkins students today for an orientation covering various student volunteer opportunities, which included a more targeted discussion of a new program that affords students a chance to directly collaborate with nurse staff, other healthcare professionals and patients on the unit. This student volunteer opportunity may be interesting to those pursuing a healthcare-centered career. |
Students may apply online to either:
|Clinical Research Opportunity at Shock Trauma||Interested in participating in clinical research at the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center? The research associate program in emergency medicine and critical care (RAP-EMCC) is now accepting new applicants. |
We would like to invite motivated students to volunteer with the Research Associate Program in
Emergency Medicine and Critical Care at UMSOM.
Offers direct patient interactions through clinical research projects
Students participate in chart review studies Opportunities to coauthor in scientific publications
For how to apply: https://www.researchemcc.com/join-us.html
|Bone Research Position at University of Maryland School of Medicine||Student Volunteers Needed for Bone Research Position at University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery (Baltimore Campus) |
Are you interested in how our skeleton communicates with the rest of our body? Join our lab at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore campus) and perform an exciting research project on the regulation of citrate metabolism in mineral tissue to understand the mechanisms behind building high quality bone and skeletal control of systemic citrate availability. We are seeking student volunteers who will devote around 10 hours a week (or more if desired) to work in the lab and actively participate in experiments with the goal to eventually plan and execute experiments independently. The volunteer will gain translational research experience, basic research skills (immunohistochemistry, RT-qPCR, RNA isolation, protein isolation, western blotting, tissue cell culture, animal handling and physiological/metabolic tests, and genotyping) and one-on-one mentoring with experts in the field. The position is non-paid but the student volunteer will have the opportunity to become co-author on peer-reviewed publications. For background on the topic, please refer to our recent publication in PNAS (PMID: 36322718). If interested, please email a resume, transcript, and letter of interest to Naomi Dirckx, PhD at email@example.com
|Medical Assistant Position||WOSM Medical Assistant Job Description |
Washington Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine is looking to hire a medical assistant who will work one on one with one of our Orthopedic Surgeons. This is a perfect opportunity to gain experience in healthcare for future education and career goals within medicine. We are looking for a reliable, friendly, hardworking, and fun candidate to provide excellent hands-on-care with our patients. This position is entry level and a perfect way to build your resume. We want to be your stepping stone for your future career in healthcare!
Qualifications needed to be successful in this position:
• 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
As a Medical Assistant you will be responsible for providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the medical office/hospital. You will support doctors and patients through a variety of tasks related to patient care management, organization and communication. The target is to complete all activities accurately, with high quality and in a timely manner.
• Interview patients and document basic medical history
• Organize and schedule appointments
• Update and file medical records and insurance reports
• Arrange hospital admissions and laboratory services
• Check with patients and type up patients' charts
• Assist during medical examinations
• Produce and distribute correspondence memos, letters, faxes and forms
• Handle receivable and payable accounts and keep financial records
• Prepare and clean treatment rooms and medical instruments
This position is full time Monday-Friday. Please forward resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Gap Year Opportunity with Dermatologic Surgery Center||Dr Skelsey is currently looking for 1-2 gap year students who have decided to pursue medicine as a career but want to take a year or two off before starting their medical education. The ideal candidate is highly motivated and personable with a strong work ethic and excellent attention to detail. A specific interest in dermatology or surgery is not necessarily required, as this experience provides an introduction to medicine in general. |
Our office consists of several dermatologists, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Our scope of practice includes skin cancer treatment and detection, Mohs micrographic surgery, pediatric dermatology and general and cosmetic dermatology. This paid position would entail face-to-face patient interaction with clinical hands-on experience: obtaining vital signs, taking patient histories, assisting with minor surgical procedures (biopsies/excisions/laser surgery/photodynamic therapy) and bandaging surgical wounds s/p Mohs surgery. If there is an exceptionally gifted student with an interest in research, we have several ongoing research projects and publishing opportunities. Prior assistants have published their work here and have matriculated at medical school as well as graduate school.
Here is a short summary of the position that you are welcome to post:
Paid clinical dermatology medical assistant and research Internship for Pre-med student
Very busy dermatologic surgery center in Chevy Chase needs motivated and energetic college graduate for medical assisting position. Will train but must have completed core pre-med curriculum and received BA or BS. Applicant will learn to take patient history, assist in minor surgical and cosmetic procedures, learn how to apply wound dressings and scribe clinical notes. Participate in teaching sessions and clinical tutorials. Applicant should have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be highly computer literate. Ideal candidate will have some experience and interest in biomedical research. This is an opportunity to increase your knowledge of medicine, develop clinical skills and publish.
Competitive salary with 2 weeks’ paid vacation, health insurance, parking. 1-2 year commitment required. Tuition to dermatology clinical conference for those making 2 year commitment. Please send CV and cover letter to Nurse Manager: Nelly.Lim@mohs-md.com
|Dental Research Experience (D-REX) Program at University of Maryland School of Dentistry||Dental Research Experience (D-REX) Program at University of Maryland School of Dentistry |
The University of Maryland School of Dentistry (UMSOD) is a diverse, inclusive, and intellectually stimulating place to nurture and motivate students pursuing careers in dentistry, oral health care, and craniofacial research. UMSOD is offering a Dental Research Experience (D-REX) Program for the summer of 2023. The program is for high school students, high school science teachers and undergraduate students seriously interested in biomedical science research.
• Up to nine weeks of full-time (8 h/day, 40 h/week), intensive, hands-on summer research experience. Approximately 80% of the program is hands-on research and 20% is group activities.
• Program runs from June 5 (section 1) or June 15 (section 2) to August 4, 2023.
• Mentored by SOD faculty in clinical and basic oral health science on the University
of Maryland Baltimore campus.
• D-REX does NOT provide transportation to the university. Participants are
responsible for their own transportation to and from the program.
• Student participants will receive stipends up to $4,770 for the 9-week period.
• Science teachers will receive up to a $12,600 stipend for the 9-week period.
• Supported by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR).
• High school students (rising juniors and seniors at the time of the application) enrolled in Maryland public high school.
• Undergraduate students (freshmen, sophomores, and juniors at the time of the application) enrolled in colleges in Maryland, who have strong interests in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM).
• High school science teachers teaching underrepresented minority (URM) groups or teaching at primarily URM high schools.
• Individuals from diverse backgrounds, including those from groups underrepresented in the oral health sciences are strongly encouraged.
How to apply
• Complete the application form by March 31, 2023.
• Applicant should submit a one-page Letter of Interest.
• Students should submit at least one letter of recommendation from their science
• Science teachers should submit at least one letter of recommendation from their
- Directors: Dr. Hening Ren and Dr. Norbert Myslinski - Any questions directed to email@example.com
To apply: https://www.dental.umaryland.edu/research/drex/pre-application-form/
|Yale Post Graduate Clinical Research||The Sansing lab (https://medicine.yale.edu/lab/sansing/) is recruiting research associates to join our group for a two-year position starting summer 2023. The Sansing lab studies the responses of the immune system after acute brain injuries, including stroke and intracerebral hemorrhage, a devastating type of stroke that occurs when a blood vessel within the brain ruptures. The overall goal of our research is to discover fundamental mechanisms of neuroinflammation and identify new, therapeutic targets that modulate immune responses to maximize recovery. |
Primary roles of research associates will include:
Designing and implementing translational research projects using animal models and cell culture systems.
Involvement in ongoing research projects, including data collection and analysis, grant writing, abstract and manuscript preparation, and opportunities to present at conferences.
Processing samples for the Yale Acute Brain Injury Biorepository.
Participating in weekly lab meetings, single-cell transcriptomics meetings, and journal clubs.
Option to gain clinical exposure through shadowing and clinical trial outcomes assessment.
Postgrads in the lab get excellent training in translational stroke research, processing human biospecimens and leading their own projects with the mentorship of Dr. Sansing and postdoctoral fellows. Our program has a strong record of preparing associates for medical school, physician-scientist training, and beyond.
The ideal candidates should be highly motivated, have a strong academic record, an interest in the neurosciences and/or immunology, and skills in databases and analyses. Applications will be reviewed on a first come, first serve basis and strong candidates will be invited to interview.
|Clinical Dermatology Medical Assistant Position||We are a growing dermatology practice seeking a Dermatology Medical Assistant and Patient Ambassador to aid with patient care duties including scheduling appointments, escorting patients, documentation in the electronic medical record, and assisting in patient visits and dermatology surgical procedures (including dermatologic surgery, Mohs surgery, cutaneous reconstruction, laser procedures, and cosmetic dermatology procedures). In this vital role, a successful candidate will act as an ambassador of the practice to patients. |
This is a great opportunity for ambitious candidates who wish to pursue further medical training such as Medical School or Physician Assistant School. Excellent candidates will gain valuable clinical and patient care experience.
The ideal candidate is reliable, honest, hardworking, detail-oriented, flexible, good humored, and patient-centered. We are looking to grow our excellent team with members who are eager to contribute to top-quality patient care and ultimately the success of the practice. A willingness to learn and grow with the practice over the long term is a must!
Helpful Skills (Not Required):
-Experience with EMR systems for scheduling and charting -Experience with HIPAA
-Experience and willingness to establish and maintain a highly professional but enjoyable work environment
-Experience and excellence with patient and customer service related interactions. -Experience and detailed knowledge of patient flow and patient care operations
-Experience and detailed knowledge of patient safety, medical office sanitation, and OSHA.
Please sent us an email with your CV attached to firstname.lastname@example.org
|4K for Cancer Volunteers Needed||Our 4K for Cancer program is an opportunity for young adults to run/bike ride from Baltimore, MD to San Francisco, CA to support young adults impacted by cancer. Information for both below. |
4K for Cancer Ride: June 4 - August 12, gear provided (bike, duffle bag, jerseys, shirts, sweatshirt, road ID, safety bands), riding the majority of the miles, 50-70 miles per day (century rides available throughout), age 18-26
4k For Cancer Run: June 25 - August 12, gear provided (two pairs of running shoes, jerseys, running shorts, shirts, sweatshirt, road ID, safety bands), relay style, average 8-16 miles per day (optional marathon on last day), age 18-26
To volunteer, please contact Bree Batson, email@example.com
For more information: https://4kforcancer.org
|Full-Time Paid Gap Year Position: Medical Assistant/Scribe||Dr. Jill Ritter is seeking a highly motivated candidate who would like firsthand experience in the fast-paced environment of a solo rheumatology practice in Livingston, NJ. This is a great opportunity for a pre-med/pre-PA student seeking additional clinical exposure before graduate school. In addition, the candidate will receive one-on-one mentoring from Dr. Ritter. She is specifically looking for a candidate to start in May, so this position would be perfect for students planning on graduating in 2023. |
The position includes the opportunity to work directly with patients.
Tasks will include medical scribing, triaging patient phone calls, learning medical terminology, taking vital signs, and overall day-to-day office management. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent is required. Prior clinical exposure is a plus. The ideal candidate will also be an enthusiastic, friendly, self-motivated team player who will hit the ground running.
If students are interested, they can send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are interested in having this job opportunity advertised to your students through the school's professions/career services. If this is possible, please let me know if you need any additional information and/or what the next steps are. Our e-mail is email@example.com and our telephone number is 973-322-0234.
|RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN GLOBAL HEALTH||The Center for Global Health at Weill Cornell Medical College invites applications for a 1-2 year renewable global health research associate position offering unique opportunities to participate in global health research focused on immunology and community-based maternal health in India and traditional healer-enhanced HIV care in Uganda. For 2 of the positions, the research associate will be based in New York City, but with field opportunities to learn critical skills in the conduct of studies in international settings and to collaborate with other investigators conducting research in India. For the 3rd position, the research associate will be based in Uganda for 6-9 months of the year and develop critical skills in field engagement. The associates will participate in scientific activities including study design and implementation, data analyses, manuscript preparation, dissemination, and development of research proposals. This one-year position with an additional renewable year (highly encouraged) will begin on or about 1st July 2023. To apply or ask any further questions, please send a letter describing research interests and curriculum vitae to Arthi Vaidyanathan (firstname.lastname@example.org) Please include “Research Associate in Global Health” in the subject line.|
|CLINICAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE POSITION - YALE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE||The Yale Cerebrovascular Lab is recruiting one postgraduate research associate to join our group for a two-year position starting as soon as possible. The lab researches cerebral hemodynamics and how they are impaired by neurologic injury. The advertised associate position entails working on a new project investigating biomarkers for delayed cerebral ischemia in subarachnoid hemorrhage patients. Responsibilities include screening patients, monitoring patients in the neuro-ICU, data analysis, and manuscript preparation. Associates will also have the opportunity to attend and present at conferences. Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis and strong applicants will be invited to interview. |
To apply: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScx-tf9UEjf-pcaQsWStHsBktePrBiJcBa-X2tUaK6fIuaE7A/viewform
|Research Program Coordinator at JHU Psychiatry & Brain Sciences||Research Program Coordinator |
Department: Johns Hopkins Department of Psychiatry and Brain Sciences
Employee group: Full-time
The Research Program Coordinator will perform duties to support research conducted for, but not limited to, A 2-Part Phase 2 Study to Assess the Efficacy, Safety, and Tolerability of SLS-002 (Intranasal Racemic Ketamine) Administered to Adults with Major Depressive Disorder at Imminent Risk of Suicide. The Research Program Coordinator is responsible for coordination of participant recruitment; completion of initial and follow-up participant visits; escorting participants to study sites; organization, entry, maintenance and accuracy of all participant clinical research data in a timely and ongoing manner.
Minimum qualifications (mandatory):
Education: Bachelor’s degree in related discipline (neuropsychiatry) preferred.
Experience: Previous research experience.
Additional education may substitute for required experience and additional related experience may substitute for required educations.
Minimum requirements (mandatory):
Will be able to commit to at least 1 year.
Willing to start ASAP or by June 2023 the latest.
If interested, please send your CV to Anupama Kumar at email@example.com
|Clinical Research Coordinator Position||More than 75,000 patients put their trust in Capital Digestive Care each year and their feedback speaks for itself. Our physicians are among the most highly rated in their communities, ranking 4.7 out of 5 on more than 10,000 patient satisfaction surveys and 4.3 out of 5 on more than 900 insights posted across social media and other physician rating websites. With more than 20 office locations and outpatient surgery centers and more than 80 doctors and advanced care practitioners, Capital Digestive Care is the largest gastroenterology group in the Mid-Atlantic states. |
Responsible for performing highly diverse clinical and administrative responsibilities requiring a high level or knowledge and attention to detail. This position requires the ability to assimilate vast amounts of information and process them in a timely and orderly fashion. Personnel who fill this role, must have a working knowledge of ICH/GCP guidelines. Specific studies are assigned as appropriate and the coordinator is accountable to the Principal Investigator and/or Medical Director.
• Work in a collaborative, effective manner with the Sponsor personnel to meet research objectives completely and accurately
• Responsible for understanding all internal policies and procedures approved by the Principal Investigator/Medical Director
• Provide the Sponsor with accurate and complete documentation and information
• Provide accurate and complete documents for IRB submission on a timely basis Complete and maintain accurate, legible and complete source documents and case report forms per FDA guidelines and Sponsor requirements
• Retain and/or forward copies of forms as required by the sponsor. Inform sponsor of prospective FDA audits immediately
• Prepare for FDA audit by ensuring all documentation and case report forms are available and complete
• Ensure the rights, safety and welfare of all subjects at all times. Ensure that each subject goes through the informed consent process following GCP guidelines, and consent to participate, before any study related procedures are performed
• Provide subject education on an ongoing basis throughout their participation in the study
• Report all adverse events to the Investigator, Sponsor and IRB. Complete Study Logs in an accurate and timely manner in the appropriate electronic data system
• Utilize a team approach including the PI, Sub-Investigators, other Coordinators and Research Assistant
• Assist in the training of new staff members
• Other duties as assigned
May have line-management responsibilities for research assistants and/or interns if specified *
In order to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily and regular attendance is required. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
• Good understanding of medical terminology
• Should be able to work in both a team and individual environment
• Strong inter-personal skills and an ability to work in a fast paced, rapidly changing environment
• Computer skills
• Detailed Oriented
• Must demonstrate a willingness to learn the complete scope of clinical research
• Possess effective planning/organization skills and execute both skills in a strategic and tactical manner.
• BS/BA in a scientific discipline + more than 3 years of research experience in a relevant field is preferred
• LPN/RN is a plus + or more than 5 years of experience in a relevant field
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
Working knowledge of the following:
• Must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of clinical research
• A variety of computer software applications including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
• To have strong interpersonal skills, a flexible, collaborative and team-oriented approach to problem-solving and an ability to work in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment
• To be detailed oriented
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, proven ability to work with wide range of stakeholders
• Ability to operate independently
• Proven ability to exercise strong business judgment with a strong understanding of the fundamentals of the pharmaceutical industry
• Must possess effective public speaking skills
• Must possess effective planning and organizational skills
• Ability to execute both strategically and tactically
|Clinical Research Coordinator Openings at UChicago Medicine||I am a Clinical Research Coordinator at a large-scale research study called the ‘Comprehensive Care, Community, and Culture Program’ (C4P), led by Dr. David Meltzer at the University of Chicago Medicine. |
I am reaching out regarding multiple vacancies at C4P that we would like to invite your studeClinical Research Coordinators are an integral part of the research team. Their primary duties include recruiting patients in the study, collecting survey responses, training and supervising junior members of the team such as AmeriCorps members and Research Assistants, creating progress reports and presenting to the management, and other duties as needed. This is a spectacular opportunity to gain more exposure to patient interactions, clinical trials in healthcare, and learning about hospital systems. This position is best fit for individuals interested in pursuing medicine or healthcare policy, but we are open to hiring from all majors.
The Comprehensive Care, Community, and Culture Program is a large-scale randomized controlled trial funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) at the University of Chicago Medicine. At C4P, we are investigating whether providing primary care to high-risk patients from the same physician in the clinic and the hospital improves the patient’s healthcare outcomes and lowers hospitalization rates. Our goal is to recruit 3,000 patients by 2024.
Please reach out with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Urology Research Opening at MassGen/Harvard||Research Opportunity in Urology at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School |
We have an open position for a research assistant in the Department of Urology at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School in the research labs of Dr. Adam Feldman and Dr. Keyan Salari. The research focuses on translational and clinical research in genitourinary cancers (prostate, bladder, and testicular cancers) with the goal of discovering new biological mechanisms of disease, improving methods for early cancer detection, and developing novel prognostic and predictive biomarkers. Prior experience with laboratory and/or clinical research is preferred but not required. Preferred start date May/June 2023. Interested applicants can contact Dr. Feldman and Dr. Salari by email along with their CV/resume.
Dr. Adam Feldman, MD, MPH (email@example.com)
Dr. Keyan Salari, MD, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Apply to Join the|
Community HealthEd Education Team!
|Apply to Join the |
We are a national nonprofit that addresses specific Healthy People 2030 objectives by preparing and distributing student-produced educational materials.
We are seeking motivated students to join our team as a writer!
Work alongside project chairs to prepare evidence-based educational materials. Our writers' work is published on our website and distributed to the general public by our outreach team.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Visit communityhealthed.org/join-our-team/ to
learn more and apply!
Both Undergraduate and Graduate students are encouraged to apply!
|Public Health Research at the JHH Adult ED||At the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine, we are seeking a for-credit, long-term student intern for our emergency department (ED) HIV and HCV testing and linkage-to-care program, HIV PrEP referral/rapid initiation, and related programs/studies. One current ongoing study is to investigate whether an educational HCV web app could increase linkage-to-care rate in ED patients with HCV infection and downstream HCV care continuum. |
The research mentoring team will (1) provide sufficient knowledge and background content regarding the specific project; (2) formulate independent thinking and project(s) via journal article reading and regular individual meetings; (3) train how to conduct human subjects research in the acute care setting; (4) instruct relevant study designs and data analyses; (5) guide how to interpret the preliminary findings and results; (6) teach how to draft conference abstracts and/or manuscripts; (7) advise academic career guidance.
Responsibilities include assisting ED-based HIV and HCV testing and linkage-to-care program, ED-based HIV PrEP program, assisting/conducting participant enrollment for research projects, assisting medical chart review and data abstraction, and assisting data cleaning/management. This position is mostly in-person, with some opportunities for remote work. We strongly prefer a minimum commitment of 10 hours per week.
Please reach out to email@example.com if interested with a CV and statement of interest.
|UT Southwestern Research Position||Dr. Elan D. Louis, the chairman of the Department of Neurology at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW), is hiring full-time paid clinical research assistants (RAs) for a 2-year position beginning in late spring/ summer of 2023. |
RAs will be involved in the study of Cognition in Essential Tremor, the Essential Tremor Brain Bank, and pilot studies on Essential Tremor (ET). Our lab is working to better understand the progression of cognitive decline in ET, the pathology of ET, and how lifestyle contributes to neurodegenerative diseases.
RAs will travel within the US to conduct in-person visits comprised of a clinical interview, neuropsychological testing, and videotaped neurological examinations. RAs contribute to study design and data collection, and each RA will get substantive clinical experience. RAs are heavily encouraged to publish scientific research articles and conduct independent research.
BA, BS, or Master’s degree and a valid driver’s license are required. Candidates must be able to commit 2 years to the position.
Apply here (https://jobs.utsouthwestern.edu/job/17604634/clinical-research-assistant-i-neurology/) or by sending a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|University of Rochester's Center for Health + Technology (CHeT) Research Associate||**Immediate need - ready to hire the right candidate for "off-cycle" immediate start. Current final-year students interested in "on-cycle" June/July 2023 entry are also welcome to apply.** |
**To apply – please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com **
The Center for Health + Technology (CHeT) is an organization at the University of Rochester that seeks to use technology to advance clinical research and ultimately improve the lives of patients. Since its inception, CHeT has enrolled 40,000+ participants in 130+ clinical studies, as well as supported clinical trials for seven FDA-approved treatments for conditions including Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease. Our collaborators on innovative studies include MIT, Apple, Biogen, Sage Bionetworks, and the Michael J. Fox Foundation, among others.
We are seeking a motivated individual interested in joining a team that is transforming healthcare through novel applications of technology to neurological diseases. We are looking for a self-starter with an interest in technology, writing, patient interaction, and healthcare/clinical trial management. Successful applicants will demonstrate adaptability, a diverse skill set, and an aptitude for independent and team endeavors alike. This position is ideal for candidates looking for a ~2 year clinical research experience before entering graduate or professional school (MD, PhD, DDS, MBA, etc). This position includes clinic and office responsibilities and requires the candidate to be in Rochester, NY or willing to relocate to Rochester, NY.
Position responsibilities may include:
Conduct in-clinic technology-related research visits (using smartphone apps and wearable sensors) and form meaningful relationships with participants. Studies and projects
include: www.urudallcenter.org ; www.watchpdstudy.org
Perform virtual visits and assessments with participants nationwide to accelerate clinical trials and help transform research methods. Studies and projects
include: www.urudallcenter.org ; www.athomepd.org
Draft research protocols, coordinate recruitment, enrollment, and evaluation of participants
Draft and edit manuscripts, becoming a published author in leading peer-reviewed journals (our
work has been published in journals including Nature, JAMA, NEJM, and Cell)
Present abstracts at national and international research conferences
Position benefits include:
Gain exposure to patients in clinical settings and through support networks
Develop close relationships with the participants for whom you coordinate care
Help transform how care is delivered to patients with chronic conditions
Collaborate with leaders from academic institutions, biotechnology companies, and nonprofit
Work closely with national leaders in Parkinson’s disease care and research
Flexible, hybrid work schedule
|OJHP Academic Scribe Program Recruitment for May 2023 Graduates||The Academic Scribe Program at Johns Hopkins |
The Office of John Hopkins Physicians (OJHP) is in search of bright and motivated individuals to perform medical scribing for providers throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) starting this summer and early fall. Medical scribes are trained clerical personnel who capture accurate and detailed documentation of clinical encounters in real time. They assist clinicians in gathering data and navigating medical records, without making independent interpretations or judgments.
We are looking for full-time positions, and the requested commitment is at least 12 months, though arrangements for shorter and longer service terms can be discussed. It may be necessary that you have your own vehicle, as many practice locations are outside of Baltimore City. A desire to pursue further medical professional training is preferred, and scribes will receive training in medical and clinical terminology, professionalism and communication, and in working in electronic health record systems.
Individuals who are conducive for this scribe program include:
Recent and upcoming graduates looking for an exciting gap year experience prior to medical school
Students pursuing master’s programs seeking a career in healthcare
College students seeking a unique medical experience
If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your resume to OJHPScribe@jh.edu and fill out this application: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RGHZDRN
For our brochure, click here: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/office-of-johns-hopkins-physicians/education-training/_docs/2022-OJHP%20Scribe%20Brochure.pdf
|Research Program Coordinator in JHUSOM Neuro Department||More information and application can be found here: https://jobs.jhu.edu/job/Baltimore-Research-Program-Coordinator-MD-21287/994814500/|
|UMD Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Gap Year Position||Gap Year Position Available with UMD Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences |
Dr. Sarah Sunshine at the University of Maryland Department of Ophthalmology is looking to hire a full-time clinical research assistant for the 2023-2024 year. This is an opportunity to join an exciting research team and gain research and clinical experience with a fantastic group of people. We are studying ocular graft versus host disease in mouse models and human samples.
This is a full time position typically spans a minimum of 12 months but can be extended as needed. Long-term positions are available as well. Flexible starting date of May or June 2023 and is for current graduates or graduating seniors. Part-time or full-time employment prior to May 2023 is possible and encouraged for training purposes. Previous employees have gone on to medical school.
You will be involved in multiple research studies, animal studies (mice), and data collection, design and analysis. The position provides the individual with clinical exposure and the opportunity to present/publish research, and perform in-depth scientific research.
Ideal applicants are very organized and have experience with laboratory based research, teamwork, and patient interaction. Experience with mouse work and an interest in immunology is preferred but not required.
All interested applicants are invited to submit their CV, college transcript and references to firstname.lastname@example.org .
|Every Meal Matters Volunteer Program||Chase Brexton Health Care recognizes that food insecurity is a real problem for many of our patients. Chronic health conditions can also lead to food insecurity. Our goal is to deliver food staples to our patients 2-3 times a month providing a family of four with supplemental food for a week. This program relies on volunteers to pack and bag food, transport it to one of our Centers in the Baltimore region and distribute to our patients. Volunteers make it all happen! I hope we can count on you. |
Role of the volunteer
Commit to being available for an entire shift, usually 10– 3 pm
*Be able to lift 15 lb. boxes *Distribute food to patients
First Tuesday of the month– Columbia Center
5500 Knoll North Drive, Ste 370, Columbia, MD 21045 2/7, 3/7, 4/4, 5/2, 6/6, 7/11*, 8/1, 9/5, 10/3, 11/7, 12/5
Second Wednesday of the month—Glen Burnie Center
200 Hospital Drive, Ste 300, Glen Burnie, MD 21061
2/8, 3/8, 4/12, 5/10, 6/14, 7/12, 8/9, 9/13, 10/11, 11/8, 12/13
Last Friday of the month—Randallstown Center
3510 Brenbrook Dr., Randallstown, MD 21133
2/24, 3/31, 4/28, 5/26, 6/30, 7/28, 8/25, 9/29, 10/27, 11/17*, 12/15*
Volunteers must be vaccinated and (boosted) against COVID-19 & the Flu, and wear a mask when in facilities
*Indicates date is off regular schedule
For more information contact Raven Coleman, email@example.com or 667. 262. 0359
|Neurosurgical Machine Learning Research Position||Neurosurgical Machine Learning Research Position – Dr. Chetan Bettegowda Lab |
The Bettegowda Lab is dedicated to understanding primary central nervous system neoplasms. Dr. Bettegowda is the Jennison and Novak Families Professor of Neurosurgery, the director of the Johns Hopkins Physician Scientist Program, and serves as the Department of Neurosurgery’s vice chair of research.
We are seeking motivated students, who are passionate about the intersection of medicine and artificial intelligence, and are interested in neurological research.
Interested in machine learning and neurological research
Prior Python experience with PyTorch, TensorFlow, and OpenCV
Able to commit 10-15 hours per week to research
Cloud computing experience (e.g., AWS, Azure, etc)
Good communication and organizational skills
Experience working in team settings
The project will involve working alongside a medical student who is investigating creating diagnostic and prognostic models for CNS pathologies using imaging data. Responsibilities will eventually include whatever interests you most, but at first will involve model development, validation, and deployment.
If you are interested, please send a 1 page resume alongside a short description of what you are hoping to get out of your research experience and background to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, “Bettegowda Research Position”.
|Gaithersburg Gap Year Clinical Position||Attention Pre-Med Students: Are you taking a gap year after undergraduate school and looking for clinical experience and training? We have a great opportunity for you! We are currently seeking a dedicated and committed clinical assistant/scribe to work alongside a physician at Concentra Urgent Care/Occupational Medical Center in Gaithersburg, Maryland. |
This hands-on position is open to students or recent graduates on a pre-med track, and no clinical experience is required. You'll gain valuable experience while working directly with a physician and assisting with patient care. The position begins on Monday, May 22nd, and the hours are 10:30 AM to 6:30 PM, Monday through Thursday. The hourly pay is $17.
To be considered for this position, please email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. We are looking for someone who can commit to at least one year for the listed hours. Don't miss out on this opportunity to gain training and practical experience in a clinical setting!
|Massachusetts General Orthopedics Clinical Research Coordinator||Position: Clinical Research Coordinator – Boston Shoulder Institute and the MGH Shoulder Service, at the Massachusetts General Hospital |
Location: Boston, MA
Type: Full-time, one-year appointment
Boston Shoulder Institute:
The mission of the Boston Shoulder Institute is to provide regional, national, and international leadership in the advancement of care for problems affecting the shoulder. This mission is based on advancement of knowledge through research, improvement of care through education of physicians, and clinical management of all problems affecting the shoulder.
The Boston Shoulder Institute was formally organized in the spring of 1998. It is based at the Massachusetts General Hospital. The goal of the Boston Shoulder Institute is to be the preeminent shoulder center in the world.
This full-time position is best suited for recent college graduates interested in pursuing a career in medicine. The applicant should have a strong academic record; must be creative, self-driven, and reliable; and must be motivated to learn. A background in statistics is useful but not necessary. The position offers the opportunity for education and hands-on learning in the medical field.
Research assistants will work closely with Dr. Jon J.P. Warner, Dr. Bassem Elhassan, Ryan Lohre and Evan O’Donnell and Boston Shoulder Institute Fellows. A typical week may consist of 1-2 days in the OR, 1-2 days in clinic, and 1-2 days in the office. Surgical cases include total shoulder arthroplasty, reverse shoulder arthroplasty, rotator cuff repair, labral repair, and tendon transfers.
In addition, the research assistants will help physicians both in the clinic and in the operating room. Research assistants experience the clinical, operative, and academic aspects of medicine. Past research assistants have all been integral parts of projects that ended with them being published authors in peer- reviewed orthopedics journals.
Furthermore, an aspect of the position may include working with Quality and Safety at MGH.
Questions about the job can be directed, via email, to the current research coordinators, Argen Omurzakov (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Michael Navarro (email@example.com).
• Supporting physicians with ongoing studies, projects, videos, papers, and presentations
• Managing a large surgical database, including entering patient and surgical data and
coordinating patient follow-up
• Recruiting patients and collecting data for research studies
• Recording pre-operative and post-operative examinations, as well as various surgeries
• Gathering references and images, editing and formatting research papers
• Managing and updating the Boston Shoulder Institute website (www.bosshin.com)
• Drafting Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocols for research studies
• Involvement in many parts of the clinical research process
April 14, 2023
Note: We will be reviewing applications and offering as they are received and subsequently sending out invitations to interview.
Please submit a resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript, and letter of recommendation to Argen Omurzakov ( firstname.lastname@example.org) and Michael Navarro (email@example.com). Please request your recommender to email your letter directly to Argen and Michael.
|Research Program Coordinator||Department: School Of Medicine Pediatric Endocrine |
Employee Group: Full-time
• Ensure adherence to research protocols, operating procedures, and all associated internal/external regulations by utilizing a high degree of understanding of research.
• Apply general analytical skills to administer the logistical implementation of assigned projects, and to identify situations requiring special attention.
• Assist in developing recruitment tools for assigned study(s), which include protocol/study specific data collection forms, drafting and placing approved advertisements, and contacting physicians for possible referrals.
• Develop moderately complex tracking database/spreadsheet based on study requirements utilizing Excel, REDCap, or similar software applications.
• Abstract data from patient medical records that requires some interpretation.
• Monitor data quality and accuracy as required by research protocol.
• Run pre-established queries and may develop ad-hoc queries/reports as requested.
• Participate in meetings to provide operational updates, report on any operational issues, and may make recommendations for resolutions to new/outstanding operational issues.
• Coordinate study(s) meetings, including developing an agenda and coordinating information and participation of individuals from other institutions.
• Monitor budget expenditures based on the study(s) operational expectation.
• Comply with all regulatory/IRB guidelines including, but not limited to preparation and submission of study protocols, consent forms, amendments, and annual continuing reviews.
• Serve as the contact for study participants, including scheduling, confirming appointments, and escorting/directing to various locations on/off campus.
• Ensure case files and accompanying paperwork are organized and current.
• Assist with data analysis, interpretation, manuscript and abstract preparation (training in statistical analysis is not a requirement, but familiarity with data analysis software is a plus)
• Perform other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor's Degree in related discipline.
• Additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
• Master's Degree in related field.
• 2 years is optimal, but it is not necessary.
• Willing to start by ~ May 2023
If interested, please send your CV to Sequoia N. Jackson, MPH at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|ost Graduate Clinical Research Associate Opportunity- Yale School of Medicine, Neurology Department||The Yale Neuroimmunology and Multiple Sclerosis division is recruiting research associates to join our groups for a two-year position starting summer 2023. Our investigators are interested in all aspects of the management of patients with MS and other neuroimmune diseases, novel biomarkers and imaging techniques, neurologic outcome assessments, and more. |
Primary roles of research associates will include:
• Managing the Yale Neuroimmunology Data Registry and Biorepository and the the prospective DREAM cohort (Detection Research for Early Asymptomatic MS), including screening and consenting patients, collecting biosamples, processing the biosamples, performing neurologic assessments, and collecting outcomes data.
• Managing ongoing investigator-initiated research studies, including studies examining tissue-specific immune responses for patients with neuro-immune diseases
• Involvement in ongoing clinical research projects and clinical trials, including data collection and analysis, grant writing, abstract and manuscript preparation.
• Opportunities for grant writing, abstract and manuscript preparation, and to present at conferences.
Research associates will gain extensive clinical experience by interacting with ambulatory patients with MS and other neuro-immune diseases and working collaboratively with the medical team. You are welcome and encouraged to attend department conferences, lectures, and rounds. Our program has a strong record of preparing our associates for medical school and beyond.
The ideal candidate should be highly motivated and able to multi-task, managing a broad variety of duties and shifting priorities in a dynamic environment. They should have a strong academic record, an interest in the neurosciences, and skills in databases and analyses. Competency in basic statistics and programming (e.g. R, Python) would be an advantage. Applications will be reviewed on a first come, first serve basis and strong candidates will be invited to interview.
To apply: https://forms.gle/Q4EBGLbNJXxqs4uVA
Open Houses and Admissions Events
|NIH-Funded PREP Program at Medical University of South Carolina||The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) opened its NIH-funded Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP) application! |
PREP is a fantastic opportunity for students who will graduate this spring and are interested in enhancing their credentials to apply to Ph.D. or MD/Ph.D. programs in biomedical sciences! Individuals accepted into the program will be full-time employees of MUSC and receive salary support for 12 months. PREP supports underrepresented students in biomedicine. Please see our website for eligibility.
Components of the program include:
Work on a one-year research project with experienced, dedicated mentors
Inclusion in a diverse, vibrant community of biomedical scientists at all levels of training
Financial Support: $32,000 annual salary and relocation support
Students have additional benefits like paid travel to conferences and health insurance. The application is open from December 1st to April 30, 2023. Please share this opportunity with your students and let me know what questions you have: https://gradstudies.musc.edu/programs/prep
|Georgetown MS in Physiology/MS Pharmacology Info Sessions||The MS in Physiology is a great opportunity for students who are interested in getting a master's degree prior to going to medical school or other health professional schools, or any students that would benefit from additional knowledge and advising for health professional schools. |
Some of our graduates from the MS in Pharmacology program have also gone to health professional schools, and a good amount of our graduates have gone into the industry, including biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and consulting companies, as well as government agencies, and non-profit organizations.
MS in Physiology Information Sessions
Monday, April 17th from 8 pm to 9 pm EST https://gradapply.georgetown.edu/register/?id=9c45a9d3-22c8-41f9-94d6-ed7befce1923
Thursday, May 25th from 8 pm to 9 pm EST https://gradapply.georgetown.edu/register/?id=fbf8de4f-a471-42cf-be64-e90b148ea586
Monday, June 12th from 8 pm to 9 pm EST https://gradapply.georgetown.edu/register/?id=46bf5839-2a02-441e-abf3-88c0afac50d8
MS in Pharmacology Information Sessions
Monday, April 17th from 3 pm to 4 pm EST https://gradapply.georgetown.edu/register/?id=12b69008-11cc-4128-8c28-9f9b7c6bb2e9
Wednesday, May 24th from 1 pm to 2 pm EST https://gradapply.georgetown.edu/register/?id=51ae1003-78cb-428f-bea1-f0a5c5ce28e7
Monday, June 12th from 3 pm to 4 pm EST https://gradapply.georgetown.edu/register/?id=7c1a4779-16ab-4093-8380-e4b468983e1f
|Sidney Kimmel Medical College Spring 2023 Open House Dates||My name is Kristine Luo, and I'm one of the student recruitment coordinators at Sidney Kimmel Medical College. I wanted to reach out to let you know that we will be hosting three Zoom information sessions this spring for students interested in applying to the MD program at SKMC. |
These sessions will be held on:
1. Saturday, April 15th from 11am-1pm
2. Saturday, June 10th from 11am-1pm
We will have presentations from the Director of Admissions: Bonnie Emilius and Dean of Admissions: Dr. Alisa LoSasso about applying to SKMC, a student panel on life as an SKMC student, and a virtual tour of our facilities. More information can be found by following this link: https://www.jefferson.edu/university/skmc/admissions/open-house.html
If anyone would like to attend our information session, they can request to RSVP by emailing email@example.com.
|JHUSOM MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ANATOMY EDUCATION||The Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution at Johns Hopkins University invites applications for a one-year Master of Science degree in Anatomy Education (MSAE), |
The program represents a unique gap-year opportunity at Johns Hopkins that combines graduate education in anatomy, physiology, and histology (School of Medicine) with advanced educational theory (Schools of Public Health and Education). You will learn cadaver-based anatomy alongside first-year medical students, acquire invaluable communication skills alongside medical professionals, and gain access to the wide range of experiences afforded by a top-ranked biomedical institution.
The curriculum is designed to support a diversity of post-graduation career interests that include (but are not limited to): admission to one of the many professional schools in the Medical/Health Sciences, admission to Ph.D. programs in biology/biomedicine, and teaching positions in Higher Education.
We hope to see you soon at Johns Hopkins!
For more information please visit our website:
or contact us directly:
Dr. Gabriel Bever, Program Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Matthew Ravosa, Center Director: email@example.com
Ms. Chenelle Turner, Program Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Review of applications begins March 1
Applications after March 1 will be considered
|OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE RECRUITMENT FAIR - APRIL 29||INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PHYSICIAN? Join our colleges and universities to learn about their Osteopathic Medicine programs. Don't miss the Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM) demonstrations at 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM, as well as the Admissions/Student Affairs Panels at 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM. |
For questions, email email@example.com
SATURDAY 4/29/23 | Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, BALTIMORE, MD 10:00 AM - 02:00 PM CHOOSE DO RECRUITMENT FAIR | FREE ADMISSION
|Impressions Day at UPenn Dental School||The Student National Dental Association at Penn Dental Medicine cordially invites you to attend our annual Impressions Day on Saturday, April 29th! Please join us for a full day of events including: |
Hands-on learning Student Panel Guided Tour
Talk with Admissions & more!
Saturday, April 29th, 2023 | 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM 240 South 40th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Room B13 - Corby Auditorium
RSVP by April 21st. We look forward to seeing you in person in Philadelphia!
RSVP link: https://forms.gle/BjM5pNB8gpKdCdYt7
9:00 AM: Check-In
Penn Dental Medicine Overview
9:10-9:30 AM: Academic Overview with Dr. Faizan Alawi 9:35-9:50 AM: Financial Overview with Ms. Danielle Grega 9:55-10:25 AM: Admissions Overview with Ms. Menty Bayleyen 10:30-10:55 AM: Diversity with Dr. Beverly Crawford
Introduction to Dentistry
11:00-11:30 AM: Dental Terminology & Anatomy with Dr. Beverly Crawford
11:35 AM-12:15 PM: What is Dentistry? with Dr. Francis Smithgall 12:20-1:00 PM: Student Panel & Lunch
1:00-1:45 PM: Guided Tour
1:45-2:45 PM: Impressions & Stone Models 2:45-3:30 PM: Simodont Lab
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