Are you looking for a way to boost your med school application profile? Seeking new ways to increase your chances of GETTING IN? Check out University of Chicago/Pritzker Medical School’s new PSOMER program, an eight-week on-campus research, education, and mentoring experience for rising college seniors or rising postbac students, focusing on basic science and clinical research.
Here are some details about PSOMER:
• Applicants must be U.S. citizens/permanent residents.
• The program is ideal for students from disadvantaged or underrepresented backgrounds in the health/medicine field.
• Housing is provided along with a partial meal subsidy.
• There is a mandatory research presentation forum at the end of the summer.
• Topics covered in weekly “cluster groups” include health care disparities, medical and research ethics, statistics, and research tools.
• Pritzker Medical School students and staff will provide mentorship and guidance to the PSOMER students.
• A $3,200 stipend will be provided to participants.
• Application Deadline: Friday, January 30, 2015, 11:59 PM CST
• Program Dates: Monday, June 15, 2015 – Friday, August 7, 2015
See the Pritzker Medical School site for more details.
Getting into med school is getting more and more competitive each year. Are YOU ready to sharpen your competitive edge and beat the other highly qualified applicants? Do you need help boosting your med school profile and constructing a winning application? Please be in touch – we’d love to help!
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