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AAMC MD-PhD: "Is it right for me?"

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The "M.D.-Ph.D.: Is It Right For Me?" session provides information for students considering pursuit of the M.D.-Ph.D. degree pathway of the physician scientist. The goal of the session is to demystify the M.D.-Ph.D. pathway and provide insight for pursuing the dual-degree. A short presentation will describe features of M.D.-Ph.D. training, alumni careers, and detailed logistics of the application process. After the presentation, a panel of seasoned M.D.-Ph.D. Program Directors and Administrators will address questions from the audience and be available for one-on-one interactions.
07 November 2011 2:05 PM to 01 December 2011 2:05 PM
Various locations U.S.
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Upcoming Workshops


Wednesday, November 9, 2011, 4-5 PM, St Louis, MO

Open to any students and advisors who will be in the St Louis, MO area. 



Thursday, November 10, 2011, 11 AM – 12:15 PM, ABRCMS, St Louis MO

Attendees must be registered for the ABRCMS meeting.



November 9-12, 2011, Minneapolis, MN

American Indian Society and Engineering Society (AISES)

Open to any student registered at this meeting.



Monday, November 28, 2011, 1-3 PM, Brown University and on line webinar

Students and advisors can submit their questions live on line.

The focus of this session will be MD-PhD Program Admissions



Thursday, December 1, 2011, Macaulay Honors Program of CUNY, New York, NY

Open to Macaulay Honors Program students and advisors.


***We’ve received numerous requests from advisors to schedule MD-PhD panels on your campus.  We are working to accommodate as many requests as possible. 


A few other enhancements:

National Interview/Revisit Day Calendar

To date, 65 MD-PhD Programs have entered their Interview/Revisit Day dates onto this national calendar.



Summer Programs run by MD-PhD Programs

To date, there are ten summer programs run by MD-PhD Programs for pre-MD-PhD students.  While the deadline dates haven’t been updated, your students can use the 2011 dates as a guideline.


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