Upcoming Premedical Opportunities
Upcoming Premedical Opportunities
To enhance the rigorous academic curriculum offered by the Postbac Premed Program, students are encouraged to visit this page regularly for updates on upcoming opportunities available both on-and-off -campus.
Please note: the opportunities on this page may not satisfy the 120 hours of work in a clinical or research setting required for committee support. Learn more about Premedical Clinical and Research Positions and contact your advisor for additional information.
Fall 2021 Events
Date: Tues., Oct. 26, 4 - 6 p.m.
Learn more about Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine’s PhD programs at their upcoming PhD Virtual Open House.
During this event, they'll give you an overview of their six fully-funded PhD options and allow you to do deep dives into the programs that are most appealing. You’ll meet the faculty and staff members who impact training and prepare you for a career in the biomedical and health sciences.
They share information about:
- Unique opportunities to impact scientific research
- Faculty mentorships that enhance learning experiences
- Professional development to prepare for a career in academia, government or industry
- Application requirements and deadlines for our programs
A virtual webinar series designed specifically for prospective medical school students. Register below for any (and all!) sessions. They're thrilled to offer an opportunity for you to hear expert advice on navigating the how-to’s and what-if’s of medical school admissions.
Date: Mon., Nov. 15, 7 p.m.
Admissions Case Study
The Columbia University Masters of Bioethics Program invites you to the following events:
Addressing Implicit Bias as a Standard of Care: A Legal & Ethical Imperative
Thurs., Nov. 4, 6:15 - 8:15 p.m.
How the legal system can be used as a tool for reframing the scope of professional ethical obligations and thereby improving the quality of care for marginalized communities. This program is eligible for Continuing Legal Education for NY attorneys.
Moral Distress, Nursing, and Bioethics: Challenges and Solutions
Thurs., Nov. 18, 6:15 - 7:45 p.m.
How nurses face moral distress and staff shortages, exacerbated by COVID-19, and how moral resilience and other responses can help.
With Cynda Rushton, PhD, MSN, RN, (Johns Hopkins), Renee McLeod-Sordjan, DNP, APR (Hofstra Northwell) and Danisha Jenkins PhD, RN (Sharp HealthCare); Co-Sponsored with the Columbia School of Nursing.
Date: Thurs., Nov. 4 to Thurs., Nov. 11
Health Professions Week (HPW2021) is a week-long event designed to lead students along the path to a healthcare profession. 20+ health professions are represented at different types of events during HPW. There will be live webinars with current professionals and students and on-demand content that participants can watch on YouTube. The Virtual Career Fair on Nov. 10 from 3 - 9 p.m. will allow participants to talk directly with the staff and professionals of the health professions they are interested in.
Register for free access to all HPW content - Follow the Registration Link/Register as an Individual link on CareerEco.
Those who are registered will be sent an event survey at the end of the week, and those who submit the survey have the opportunity to win prizes.
Date: Tues., Nov. 9, 2021, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
A Navy representative will lead a virtual information session to discuss their programs, the Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), the Health Services Collegiate Program (HSCP), and more. These programs can help finance your graduate-level professional schooling all the way through residency. After graduation, you’ll become an Officer and professional serving in the world of Navy healthcare as a physician, dentist, nurse, healthcare administrator, healthcare scientist, or clinical care provider.
Applications open: Mon., Nov. 1
The Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) is a free transformative six-week summer experience for students interested in the health professions. This program is aimed at helping students underrepresented in the medical field gain experience and further their education in health studies. SHPEP scholars have a legacy of success: over 65% of scholars who apply to medical or dental school are accepted.
Date: Thurs., Nov. 4, 7 p.m.
Hosted by Yale, Uniformed Services will discuss Military Med School Scholarships and Physician Pathways.
Speakers will include: Mr. Tyrone Willis, the former Command Master Chief of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and Captain (Dr.) Patcho Santiago, MD, MPH, the Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at the School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University (USU) in Bethesda, Maryland (and a Yale College graduate).
Mr. Willis and Dr. Santiago will be discussing the two main pathways to a career as a military physician, the Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) and the M.D. program at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Both pathways include tuition for medical school, as well as either a stipend (for HPSP) or a salary (for USU). Dr. Santiago can also answer questions about graduate medical education in the military, as well as applying to medical school in general.
After completing registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Date: Mon., Nov. 1
Time: 12 p.m. EST
Location: Online (Zoom Login Information Below)
Recent decades have seen an explosion in our understanding of the molecular and cellular underpinnings of pain, but this knowledge has not resulted in many new clinical therapies. Dr. Mogil believes that one major reason for preclinical-to-clinical translational failure in the pain field, and more broadly, stems from poor subject and experimental design choices made by preclinical scientists in the name of research efficiency. This talk will detail how the choice of genetic background, sex, age/duration of injury, and laboratory environmental factors can profoundly alter the conclusions of preclinical experiments.
Meeting ID: 943 0197 3886
Programs & Positions
Recently Added Programs & Positions
ContraCOVID is now seeing an increased need for one-on-one client navigation and community outreach amongst minority and disadvantaged populations around NYC. This is an opportunity to volunteer 1:1 with these members of the community and help them navigate services such as healthcare, housing, education, and employment.
Volunteering with ContraCOVID NYC provides a unique and flexible environment to gain real-world public health experience. You will have the opportunity to:
- Work virtually with community members affected by the socioeconomic disparities heightened by COVID-19
- Connect with medical and public health students from various schools around the country and NYC
- Build your resume and potentially fulfill internship or volunteer requirements
- Present innovative ideas and create positions to practice public health skills
- Set a flexible schedule (minimum of 2-5 hour weekly commitment)
If you are interested in joining ContraCOVID NYC as a client navigator and/or community educator, email email@example.com. In the subject line, please specify if you are interested in becoming a community educator, navigator, English tutor, translator, grant writer, or social media volunteer.
Please note: bilingual Spanish fluency is highly appreciated!