Ensuring that undergraduate students of color who are interested in medicine stay on the path is essential to improving minority representation in medicine.
An NIH-funded career development program for clinician scientists focused on research in emergency critical care is accepting applications to join.
One student’s story — as the first in his family to attend college — highlights the importance of retaining motivated students of color interested in medicine.
They’re helping create the future of medicine through research, clinical care, education and public policy. What do they have in common? A start as general internists.
General internal medicine physicians are prime drivers of high-quality clinical care, education, research and innovation — which is why U-M faculty say more students should consider the path.
As a nontraditional medical student with a family, juggling all the responsibility can be tricky. A second-year student at U-M shares what he’s learned so far.