Interested in doing clinically based community outcomes research? Check out the Patient Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) lab in the Emory Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Physical Therapy. Dr. Shilpa Krishnan is currently looking to hire 1-2 students for a volunteer research position (with the possibility of moving to work study as they progress).
The goal of the PCOR lab is to design, evaluate, and disseminate rehabilitation research to improve shared decision-making. Their aim is to evaluate health care delivery systems to implement value-based care. Their projects focus on neurological conditions, aging, and chronic conditions.
Dr. Krishnan is seeking motivated Sophomores and Juniors with a 3.4 GPA or higher. Applicants should have completed at least one research methods and statistics course and should be able to review literature, extract full-texts from Emory Library. Interested students may contact Dr. Krishnan directly (email address can be found at website below).
are a vital member of the healthcare team. While they are well-known
for assisting with births, the field of midwifery goes far beyond labor
and delivery. Midwives provide care for women across the lifespan. They
can perform physical exams, prescribe medications, provide prenatal and
gynecological care, as well as health education and counseling
Come to White Hall 110 at 5:00pm on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 to learn more about this important healthcare profession and hear from practitioners in the field!
Hospice volunteering is an incredibly meaningful service opportunity for pre-health students. Hospice volunteers provide comfort, peace, and care to patients and their families during the end of life. Volunteers will grow in their listening skills, cultural competency, resiliency, empathy and compassion. Serving terminally-ill patients and their families demonstrates the utmost commitment to healthcare, and will allow volunteers the chance to grow in their listening skills, cultural competency, resiliency, empathy and compassion. Moreover, hospice volunteering provides an opportunity for pre-health students to make a significant impact by provide patients and their families with compassionate care and support during the end-of-life process.
Interested in serving as a hospice volunteer over the summer? Check out the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization's (NHPCO) database to find a hospice location near you: https://www.nhpco.org/find-hospice.
Join Feminists In Action (FIA) for their upcoming event "Love Shouldn't Hurt: A Conversation about Stopping Domestic Violence". The panel is comprised of representatives from Partnership to End Domestic Violence, Women are Dreamers Too, Men Stopping Violence, and Emory Emergency Medicine. There will be information and resources from local shelters and organizations, various related Emory projects, and CAPS available. This event is aimed towards Emory students, but is open to non-affiliates as well. Please spread word of this event to as many people as possible, everyone should be a part of this conversation.
The 12th Annual I-DOC (Improving Diversity in
Optometric Careers) program, hosted by the Ohio State University, is an intensive
three-day residential program that introduces participants to the profession of
optometry. The purpose of I-DOC is to attract ethnically underrepresented
minority undergraduate college students to careers in optometry. The goal
is to increase the number of underrepresented students who enter into optometry
schools not just at Ohio State, but across the nation. Thirty spots are
available for the program this summer with financial assistance covering all
meals, on-campus housing, activities, and airfare for those traveling to
Columbus up to $500.
The Pharmacy Summer Institute hosted by the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SPPS) is an enrichment program providing information about the challenging career pathway opportunities in the profession of pharmacy and exposure to the fields of pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical sciences to interested and motivated high school and college students. This unique day camp experience incorporates active participation in a broad scope of learning experiences, including “hands-on” training in pharmacy practice skills, lectures by faculty and local Buffalo area alumni pharmacist practitioners and field trips. The program reviews pharmacy education opportunities and the pharmacy curriculum at SPPS as well as recommended high school preparatory and collegiate pre-pharmacy course work.
Interested in studying abroad? Check out the Summer program hosted by the International Center for Development Studies (ICDS), "Spanish and Health in Latin America". This 6-week program gives students the perfect balance of cultural immersion, academic and language instruction, and service learning opportunities.
Observational Clinical Rotations are available for advanced Spanish speakers, while beginning/intermediate Spanish speakers will have the opportunity to participate in community work related to social welfare services.Students will live with Costa Rican families, which strengthens the Spanish instruction included in this program. Moreover, they will have time to travel and explore the country, getting to know Costa Ricans and the local Central American cultures.
Register to attend the upcoming online session of the USA Medical & Dental Speaker Series hosted by Health Guardians of America. This is a great opportunity for pre-medical and pre-dental students to hear from current students and professors in the health sciences.
The speaker series is for the benefit of college students pursuing a career in medicine or dental medicine. Medical students and dental students in the Health Guardians Teaching Fellowship Program share their wisdom and experiences to help younger students. Additionally, this series is designed to raise awareness for HGA's national health project and health campaign.
The Global Public Service Academies (GPSA), founded by Dr. Robert Malkin, professor of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University, is an educational organization that works in collaboration with local health authorities in Guatemala, Belize and West Virginia. Their Medical Fellows program is a post-undergraduate global health gap-year program for those interested in healthcare occupations like medicine, pharmacy or nursing. The program provides the opportunity to work alongside physicians, nurses, and community health workers while experiencing the challenges and opportunities present in global settings.
Medical Fellows work with public health organizations to address health disparities in low-resource areas, assist at local health centers, and mentor high school students through GPSA's academic service learning programs. Fellows receive food and housing with a host family in a rural
village in Guatemala or Belize.
Midwives are a vital member of the healthcare team. While they are well-known for assisting with births, the field of midwifery goes far beyond labor and delivery. Midwives provide care for women across the lifespan. They can perform physical exams, prescribe medications, provide prenatal and gynecological care, as well as health education and counseling services.
Come to White Hall 110 at 5:00pm on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 to learn more about this important healthcare profession and hear from practitioners in the field!
Hosted by Emory School of Medicine professors and palliative care
specialists, Dr. Joanne Kuntz and Dr. Lynn O’Neill, Death Café aims to
normalize discussion about death with the hope that, by facing the
concept of death, we will be inspired to live our lives more fully. A Death Café is a group directed discussion of death with
no agenda, objective, or theme.
All pre-health students are invited to
take advantage of this opportunity for personal and professional
Taking the MCAT and looking for study tips? Get all of this information and more through the "MCAT Boot Camp: 10 Skills for MCAT Mastery" webinar hosted by Noodle Pro. The webinar will focus on demystifying and destressing the MCAT by equipping you with 10 basic skills for mastering the test. The webinar will include an interactive Q&A session at the end, so bring your best questions!
The webinar will be hosted by Noodle Pro, Dr. Doug McLemore. Dr. McLemore has been tutoring the MCAT for over 15 years, and taught the test at Colorado State University before becoming an MCAT instructor and test developer at The Princeton Review. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry and an M.Ed. in Adult Education, and is uniquely qualified as an award-winning teacher and an experienced research scientist.
All students interested in Occupational Therapy are cordially invited to attend an online information session for the University of Southern California Master of Arts in Occupational Therapy program. The entry-level program is designed for students with bachelor’s degrees in fields other than Occupational Therapy.
At this virtual information session, participants will have the opportunity to hear from Admissions Director Dr. Liz Carley, Assistant Director of Admissions Dr. Erin McIntyre, and a student ambassador. The session will be held online in a live chat format so participants will be able to ask questions and interact directly with these USC administrative and educational leaders.
Date/Time: Thursday, March 29 at 5:00pm PST (8:00pm EST)
To RSVP: Email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive the link to the online info session two days prior to the event.
Hands of Hope, Casa de Esperanza’s
internship program, is recruiting upcoming and recent college graduates who have a desire to help abused, neglected and HIV positive
children. This program brings together
approximately 25 young adults annually to live and work with some of
society’s most vulnerable children. Hands of Hope Interns commit one
year to live and work with these vulnerable children in the Residential
Program’s agency foster homes. Applications for the Hands of Hope Internship are accepted year-round.
the safety of the children in placement and meeting their emotional and
developmental needs are the primary responsibilities of the Hands of
Hope Interns. Additional responsibilities include daily care of the
children, household management, and the coordination of medical
appointments and therapy sessions. The Hands of Hope Interns also work
with caseworkers, psychological staff and community volunteers on a
routine basis to ensure that the children in placement receive the
highest quality of care.
The skills cultivated while participating in
the Hands of Hope internship program are excellent life and work
experiences for individuals pursuing careers in social work, medicine,
psychology, education, public health, non-profit management, and social
The Wharton Lab in the Emory School of Medicine Department of Neurology is seeking one NBB undergraduate student for fast-paced clinical Alzheimer's Disease Research Lab. The student would work with the ASCEND and HEART studies.
Responsibilities will include: -Processing spinal fluid and blood (approximately 50% of time spent in lab)
-Study recruitment (i.e., study screening calls, staffing recruitment events)
-Cognitive testing facilitation and scoring
-Escorting study participants
-Data entry and participant file management
-Available to start with the lab this summer (preferably able to start ASAP to be trained by summer)
-Preferable 2-year commitment (seeking rising juniors or sophomores)
-10-12 hours per week
-Able to drive/commute to location at 12 Executive Park Dr
The Case Western Reserve University School of Dental
Medicine and Ben Gurion University invite pre-dental and other pre-health students to join them for this unique summer opportunity (NOT a
medical mission trip) to help with
an archaeological dig that is contributing to knowledge in craniofacial
development and human development.
Are you interested in a different type of international
trip?Join a team of researchers,
faculty, and students to Israel to be part of a unique, once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to better understand how knowledge in craniofacial development can
inform us about archaeology and anthropology.The research team has published preliminary findings in Nature (28
January 2015) that has garnered interest around the world.Additional information can be gleaned from
the project Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/manotcaveproject/.
Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine
is a partner in this dig with Ben Gurion University and is organizing two
volunteer student groups to assist in the research in the month of July.The costs for participation are $1,000 plus
travel costs if the student wants to stay for 2 weeks or 3 weeks.Meals and lodging are included.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2018
Contact Information: For specific details and information, please contact
Yvonne McDermott (email@example.com , subject
Emory Pre-Medical students are invited to attend a reception hosted by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Admissions Office. Dr. Allan Gelber, Chair of the M.D. Admissions Committee and Dr. Shari Lawson, Assistant Dean of Stuent Affairs and Director of Diversity Programs, will give a brief overview of the SOM and the admissions process. Other members of the admissions office will be there as well, along with alumni of Johns Hopkins SOM.
The event will take place at the Sheraton Hotel, 165 Courtland Street NE, Atlanta, GA.
The Translational Cognitive and Affective (TCAN) Laboratory at UC Davis studies the neural mechanisms of cognitive dysfunction in psychotic illness. The TCAN Lab is currently recruiting Junior Specialists in 3 different positions at the UC Davis Medical Center:
Duration of Untreated Psychosis Specialist
Early Psychosis Study Coordinator
Early Psychosis Technical Specialist
encouraged to apply to one or more of the positions depending on
interest level and qualifications.
You can only be considered for the positions for which you apply, so
please read the detailed descriptions of each position.
Positions have a one year appointment with an additional year based on
performance, and they strongly consider applicants who are able to
consider a two year commitment.
The American Osteopathic Association (AOA) offers rising college seniors an opportunity to gain insight and valuable work experience in healthcare administration and physician education and training administration through their Summer Internship Program. The AOA is an accreditation, certification, regulatory and advocacy association for physicians and medical students who train and practice under osteopathic medicine philosophies. The Summer Internship Program, with placements in Chicago and Washington, D.C.,allows students exposure to a variety of job opportunities that support the osteopathic medical profession, as well as insight into careers and models of service delivery in healthcare and medicine.
Good Pill Pharmacy, a partner organization of SIRUM, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that gets
unused medicine to people who can’t afford it, is currently seeking student volunteers. Good Pill fills prescriptions for uninsured and low-income
patients in Georgia as the first pharmacy to operate completely with donated
medicine under Georgia’s new Donated Drug Repository Program.
Good Pill Pharmacy are looking for committed volunteers or work-study
students who can work 5-10 hours per week. Volunteers help with inventory
management and work on special projects to improve workflow and communications
with community partners.
Baccalaureate is a unique Commencement tradition celebrating Emory
undergraduates’ academic and personal growth at Emory University and sending
them into the world with blessings. You can see last year’s Baccalaureate
This year’s Baccalaureate will be
led by the Class of 2018 and will celebrate the extraordinary gifts they
contribute to Emory. This multireligious and polycultural rite of passage is a
time of thanksgiving for those who have imparted wisdom, nurtured creativity,
and fostered personal discovery and growth. Graduating students are invited to
contribute to the Baccalaureate ceremony by offering their personal
reflections, music, dance, art, or other expressions of growth and celebration.
Sign up for Kaplan's "Wanna be a Doctor Week" to attend free, interactive, live online sessions and enter to win prizes. Hear from a panel of successful medical school applicants, get advice on extracurriculars and research, learn tips for the personal statement, and attend an MCAT boot camp!
The Social Skills, Imagination and Theater (SSIT) Lab in the
Applied Developmental Psychology Group at George Mason University is seeking motivated, reliable, and enthusiastic
summer research assistants who would like to gain experience with
research in social-emotional development and play. Research in the lab focuses on children's imagination and their social development.
Summer research responsibilities include participant recruitment, help
running studies both in the lab and in outdoor spaces, debriefing
parents, data entry, and video coding. Additionally, research assistants
will be involved in weekly lab meetings, an informal reading group, and
will gain hands-on experience working with data. Research assistants
will work closely with other team members and will be supervised by lab PI, Dr.
Goldstein. Stipends of approximately $1000 are available, and research
assistants are encouraged to seek additional funding through their home
universities. Academic credit may be available.
Research assistants are asked to commit either part time (20 hours
per week) or full time (40 hours per week) to research in the lab and
should be open to the possibility of testing outdoors and on weekends.
Learning Research and Development Center (LDRC) at the University of
Pittsburgh invites undergraduate students who are interested in gaining
research experience in learning sciences to participate in their summer
internship program. A large number of potential faculty mentors offer a
variety of research experiences in a vibrant, interdisciplinary
community of learning scientists. The LDRC Summer Internship will provide valuable experience for students who
intend to apply for graduate programs, and will include professional
development seminars run by the internship director, other faculty, and
LRDC graduate students. Professional development programs include topics
such as applying to graduate school, writing a research statement,
writing a CV, the imposter phenomenon, stereotype threat, and presenting
The Center for Children and Families at Florida International
University is seeking to fill positions for their 2018 Summer Treatment Program. The Summer Treatment Program (STP) provides services to children
with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), learning problems, and related behavior
problems. Available positions for undergraduates include Counselors, Classroom Aides, and Research Assistants. Opportunities
are also available for applicants interested in working with children
at-risk for pediatric obesity through the Healthy-Lifestyle Intervention
Poverty is a reality for many individuals and families, but unless a person has truly experienced poverty, it's difficult to understand. Please join Urban Health Initiative in experiencing the challenges of poverty and homeless at their Community Action Poverty Simulation. Their mission is to bring together students, faculty, community members, and representatives from local organizations to begin a dialogue of addressing the daily challenges faced by many who live with disparity in our community.
This is a FREE event and all are welcome! Registration is required. The Urban Health Initiative is also looking for volunteers to help
assist throughout the simulation. If you're interested in volunteering,
please contact Brittany Evans.
The Dilks Lab at Emory University is looking for a Research Assistant to begin in Summer 2018. The Dilks Lab investigates how the visual brain is organized, how this organization gets wired up in development, and how it changes in adulthood. To address these questions, the lab uses a variety of methods, including psychophysics, fMRI, and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), as well as a variety of populations, including typical children, typical adults, and individuals with developmental disorders such as Williams Syndrome and Autism. The Research Assistant for Summer 2018 will primarily focus on projects investigating the development of the visual system, both using behavior and fMRI.
The ideal candidate has: · Strong math/programming/computational skills · An interest in working with children · Excellent academic credentials · Outstanding organizational skills · A desire to continue education beyond the undergraduate degree, · A clear interest in developing research skills
Candidates must be able to commit 10-12 hours per week, and must be able to continue this commitment for at least one year. This is not a paid position, but academic credit can be arranged.This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to develop research skills as an undergraduate.
If you think your qualifications and interests would be a good fit, send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please include:
Undergraduate courses taken in psychology, neuroscience, or related fields, along with the grades you earned in those courses
Any relevant experience with research, programming, or math
A brief statement of why you are interested in working in the Dilks Lab.
Are you interested in creating a more integrated liberal arts
experience for yourself and others? Would you like to think about and discuss
the value and meaning of the liberal arts with other interested students and
faculty? Would you like to be a part of a vibrant intellectual community?
Then apply to be an IDEAS fellow!
Interdisciplinary Exploration and Scholarship (IDEAS) Fellowship brings
together undergradautes who want to learn to think across and between
disciplines and make their own liberal arts experience more coherent.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Kaplan is currently scouring Atlanta for MCAT test prep
teachers. Students who scored at or near the 90th percentile on the MCAT and are looking for part-time
work are encouraged to check out this opportunity.
Join the Emory University School of Medicine for the 14th Annual
Hamilton E. Holmes, MD Memorial Lecture Series. This lecture honors the man who
was the first African-American student to enroll at the Emory School of
Medicine and graduate with the Doctor of Medicine degree. Dr. Holmes was
Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and associate dean of Emory University School
This year’s guest lecturer is
Oluwaferanmi Okanlami, MD, Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Physical
Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan Medical School.
Alpha Epsilon Delta is the largest U.S. health preprofessional honor society serving all students in pursuit of a career in healthcare. AED is dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in preprofessional health scholarship, including medicine, dentistry, veterinary, and others. The Society welcomes ALL students engaged in the pursuit of a professional healthcare career. AED offers opportunities for intellectual and professional development, provides a forum for students with common interests, and extends a program of service to benefit the college/university community.
The minimum qualifications for applicants include:
Achievement of 3.2 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) science and overall GPA
Complete at least three semesters of college credit as of March 2018 (only sophomore, junior, and senior students are eligible to apply)
A complete application includes:
Completion of the attached application membership form.
An updated resume or CV
Check or money order of $80 made payable to “Emory University.” Other payment methods will NOT be accepted.
Please submit the above three items to Mallory Joynt at the PHMO Office (B. Jones Center, suite 204). **Please look for a folder outside of Ms. Joynt's office that says "AED Application."
Application Deadline: Wednesday, March 28th at 5:00pm
Looking for a summer opportunity related to pharmacy? The UIC College of Pharmacy at Rockford is inviting current undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in pharmacy to apply for the Summer Pharmacy Institute (SPI). The SPI allows students to explore different areas of the pharmacy profession, including a full day workshop devoted to current trends, research, and activities in each of the following focus areas: Hospital, Ambulatory Care, Industry/Research & Development, Community, and Professionalism in the Field.
During this online information session with the Columbia University School of Profession Studies, Academic Director Dr. Robert Klitzman and faculty will define bioethics and describe the program's experience and learning outcomes. Dr. Klitzman will highlight two new program options: a fully online option and an option to complete the program through a combination of online coursework and multi-day intensive study in San Francisco.
The California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt University is proud to sponsor a three-day podiatry workshop that provides participants with an opportunity to explore the profession of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery. During the Podiatry Experience workshop, students will shadow faculty and students in a variety of clinical settings, participate in MCAT prep, learn about the admission process, and participate in a hands-on clinical day.