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Volunteer Diary: Day 7

July 29th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Volunteering

Volunteer Diary: Day 7

From my experience volunteering, I am hoping that I learn to enjoy waking up early and how to get places on time. I signed up for a morning shift on the surgery unit because that is when the ward is more exciting. In the late afternoon, patients are getting discharged, and no one stays over […]

University of Arkansas Medical College

July 28th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Applying to Medical School

University of Arkansas Medical College

Programs Offered MD MD/PhD MD/MBA MD/MPH MD/JD Residency Programs Fellowship Programs Location Little Rock, Arkansas (years 1-4) or also in Fayetteville, Arkansas (voluntary/lottery for years 3 and 4) Curriculum During the first two years, students are taught the basic biomedical sciences, organized by an integrated-organ system approach. In junior year (clerkship,) students attend seminars, conferences, […]

University of Arizona College of Medicine

July 27th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Applying to Medical School

University of Arizona College of Medicine

Programs Offered MD MD/PhD [Tuscon only] MD/MBA MD/MPH Residency Programs Fellowship Programs Location: Tuscon, Arizona (est. 1967) or Phoenix, Arizona (est. 2007) Curriculum: Integrated block structure: traditional sciences courses (anatomy, pathology, etc.) are integrated with organ system and disease units. “Woven” into the curriculum are sociological/ethics classes such as behavioral science and medicine and society. […]

University of South Alabama College of Medicine

July 26th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Applying to Medical School

University of South Alabama College of Medicine

Programs Offered MD PhD MD/PhD Residency Programs Location: Mobile, Alabama All students spend their first two years of medical school on the main campus of the University in Medical Sciences building. During the second two (clinical) years, students are taught in the University of South Alabama Hospitals and Care Centers and in offices of community […]

University of Alabama School of Medicine

July 25th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Applying to Medical School

University of Alabama School of Medicine

Programs Offered MD MD/PhD [MSTP] MD/MPH MD/MS Rural Medicine Residency Programs Location: Birmingham, Alabama All students spend their first two years of medical school in Birmingham, AL. For the Core Clerkships and Medicine, students are assigned to one of the three clinical campuses: Birmingham, Huntsville, or Tuscaloosa. Curriculum: Increased pre-clinical curriculum; organ-based modules Goals of […]

Volunteer Diary: Day 6

July 22nd, 2011  |  by  |  published in Volunteering

Volunteer Diary: Day 6

When I told my friends that I was going to sign up to volunteer at the local hospital, they told me that it would be really boring and a waste of time. Obviously, I ignored them and decided to volunteer anyway. I knew that even though what I would be doing was menial labor, my […]

Allopathic Medical Colleges (States O-W)

July 21st, 2011  |  by  |  published in Applying to Medical School

Allopathic Medical Colleges (States O-W)

            Here is a list of MD medical schools in the United States, organized by state. Go to State (by Alphabet): A-H I-N O-W Ohio Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine http://casemed.case.edu University of Toledo College of Medicine www.mco.edu Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine www.medicine.osu.edu University of Cincinnati […]

Why the Multiple Mini-Interview Won’t Ruin Your Chances

July 19th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Applying to Medical School

Why the Multiple Mini-Interview Won't Ruin Your Chances

Recently, the New York Times published an article announcing the recent adoption of the Multiple Mini-Interview (MMI) by US medical schools. Some soon-to-be-applicants perceive these changes as a threat; but frankly, this is not the case. When McGill University Medical School asked one group of medical school applicants to participate in both a traditional interview […]

Allopathic Medical Colleges (States I-N)

July 17th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Applying to Medical School

Allopathic Medical Colleges (States I-N)

            Here is a list of MD medical schools in the United States, organized by state.   Go to State (by Alphabet): A-H I-N O-W Illinois Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine www.rosalindfranklin.edu/cms Loyola-University-Chicago Stritch School of Medicine www.meddean.luc.edu Northwestern University Feinburg School of Medicine www.feinburg.northwestern.edu Rush Medical College of Rush […]

Allopathic Medical Colleges (States A-H)

July 17th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Applying to Medical School

Allopathic Medical Colleges (States A-H)

            Here is a list of MD medical schools in the United States, organized by state. Click the title of the school to view its profile. Go to State (by Alphabet): A-H I-N O-W Alabama University of Alabama School of Medicine www.uab.edu/uasom University of South Alabama College of Medicine http://www.usahealthsystem.com/homepage.cfm?id=1633 […]