News & Events
Read about all the health related events: information sessions, open houses, volunteer opportunities and opportunities to increase your medical knowledge. Also, read about what our students have been up to.
PreMed Scholarships Applications are now open.
Please go to the following link for more information and to access the application forms.
News Articles of Interest
Spring 2020 Events
April 23, 2020: Exploring Osteopathic Medicine Webinar
These event is strictly put on by AACOM to help students gain a better understanding of what osteopathic medicine is, what it means to be a DO, why students and physicians choose DO, and how to apply to DO schools.
Registration for Exploring Osteopathic Medicine for Pre-Meds
June 10, 2020: AACOM will host a Choose DO Medical School Virtual Expo. This fair will be just like their January and August virtual events, in that all of their institutions will be invited to host a booth and interact directly with prospective medical students. This differs from our Exploring Osteopathic Medicine for Pre-Meds event listed above. The June 10 event is intended to be similar to a traditional, in-person recruitment event. More information and registration to come.
Summer Internships/Research Opportunities
The deadline for most summer programs has passed.
UNT Health Sciences Center in Fort Worth
The Center for Anatomical Sciences at the UNT Health Sciences Center in Fort Worth is excited to announce the 2020 Summer Opportunities in Anatomy Research (SOAR) Program for undergraduate students.
This is a 10-week internship ($4,000 stipend and housing included) for undergraduates interested in the anatomical sciences, particularly comparative and functional morphology research. Students will work on-on-one with faculty mentors to conduct research, present their findings at a national conference, participate in anatomy workshops, and provide leadership for summer outreach programs. The 2020 SOAR program is supported by the American Association for Anatomy. More information about the SOAR program can be found at www.unthsc.edu/SOAR.
Application Deadline: March 1, 2020.
- Be enrolled in an undergraduate institution in the United States for the Fall 2020 (juniors and seniors preferred).
- 3.0 minimum GPA.
- US citizenship or permanent residency
- Intention to pursue a research based graduate degree (MS/PhD)
- students from underrepresented populations are encouraged to apply
Uniform Service University
The CHAMP (Consortium for Health and Military Performance) Internship program. This is an 8-week summer internship that includes basic, clinical and translational research.
- Completed Application
- Official proof of enrollment from academic institution
- Official or unofficial transcripts
- Letter of Recommendation (1)
Information regarding the application period for 2020 internships will be available in February 2020. For more details please click this linkt
ScribeAmerica recruiting part-time and full-time medical scribes
Looking for a great post-grad position (or part-time position during school) in the healthcare industry? Consider working as a medical scribe.
For more information please contact Kelyna Gannaway at email@example.com; 858-248-6809
2020 MCAT testing calendar is now available:
Williamson County Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Opportunity
- Promote and educate our community on safety, preparedness, and healthy lifestyles.
- Receive hands-on training and volunteer with local partners
- Obtain priority care in the event of a disaster
Southwestern Students Complete Summer Internships at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Ana Sanchez ’22, Justin McCormack ’20, Megan Melo ’21, and Madison Delmer ’21 reflect on their hands-on internships in the operating room and in the research lab.
Sponsored by Texas A&M College of Medicine
Mini Medical School
Graduate & Continuing Medical Education, College of Medicine | Texas A&M University have extended an invitation to our students to attend their Mini Medical School starting October 3, 2019. The theme this year is “Looking Inside the Human Body”. Sessions are free. Attending Mini Medical School sessions will increase your comfort with medical terminology, enhance your scientific knowledge and help you gain new insights into medical research. It is also a great opportunity to network.
Sessions run from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Pre - registration is encouraged.
Parking on campus is permit only.
You must have a permit displayed in your car.
Here are the dates and topics:
Radiology: Looking inside the body, Rob Milman, MD
Gastroenterology: A different diagnostic approach, Nadege Gunn, MD
Diagnostic clues and answers in pathology & laboratory medicine, Kathleen Jones, MD
Grave robbing in the history of medical education, A. Nelson Avery, MD
Texas A&M College of Medicine
3950 North AW Grimes Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665