Specialty Interest Groups
Interested in dermatology as a specialty for your future career as a physician? We've got a group for you. Want to discuss family medicine with your classmates? There's a group for that, too. Our specialty interest groups include:
Increase your knowledge of surgery and prepare for a career in this medical specialty.
Gain a deeper understanding of the training and job responsibilities of anesthesiologists.
Learn about the field of dermatology and join a community for discussion and education about the specialty.
Be part of a network of aspiring physicians interested in family medicine.
Find out more about the role of genomic and other systems biology data in understanding and treating diseases.
Explore opportunities in the field of internal medicine.
Our mission is to cultivate student interest in and appreciation for the field of infectious disease (ID), including relevant research, clinical practice, training opportunities, and career paths.
The Keith Reemtsma Society for Cardiovascular Medicine is a group of medical students who share a common interest in cardiovascular medicine and/or science.
Expand your understanding and appreciation of the field of obstetrics and gynecology.
Get involved in clinical, research, and volunteer activities in the field of oncology.
Participate in activities and panels about the field of ophthalmology.
Explore and learn more about orthopedics as a medical specialty.
Learn about careers for physicians who specialize in ear, nose, and throat conditions.
Broaden your understanding of psychiatry and connect with professional mentors and shadowing opportunities.
Take your ideas to infinity and beyond with our club that exposes students to the growing career opportunities in space medicine.
Engage in the field of pediatrics with a commitment to humanism in medicine.
Connect with research opportunities and attend workshops and speaker presentations in the fields of neurology and neuroscience.
This club facilitates non-medical relationships between students of healthcare professions and seriously ill patients with little or no social support.