The third Predental Student Virtual Fair hosted by the ADEA will be held on April 29-30 from noon-6p.
The ADEA Predental Student Virtual Fair allows students to chat live with dental school admissions representatives, exchange virtual business cards with representatives, watch presentations made by dental professionals, browse and download dental school information and network with other predental students in a live chat forum.
The Ohio State University College of Medicine is offering a summer undergraduate course creating excellence in scientific study that runs from May31-Aug 2, 2014.
The Application Deadline is January 31, 2014. It is a 9 week, fully funded program.
Please check out the link for more details on the program.
"First Aid Everyone Should Know" meeting co-hosted by the Emergency Medical Services Association and Wilderness Medicine Interest Group.
This will be an interactive meeting featuring basic life-saving emergency skills taught by Emergency Medicine physicians, medical students, paramedics, and EMTs. The meeting will be held on the Quad on October 23rd at 4 pm, and it is open to all members of the WSU community
Register Now to attend the FREE Optometry Virtual Fair on October 30, 2013
Save precious time and find out which Doctor of Optometry Program is best for you!
The virtual fair put on by ASCO, Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry, helps students learn more about different Doctor of Optometry Programs. It is a convenient way to meet with admissions representatives and interact in a live online event. You can have your questions answered and meet with numerous school representatives from the comfort of your home.
The division of Neonatology at MetroHealth Medical Center is now accepting applications for the Chester Summer Scholars Program.
This summer experience accepts up to fifteen (15) medical science students interested in exploring academic medicine and research. MetroHealth Medical Center is affiliated with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and is recognized as one of the finest public teaching hospitals in the country.
If you didn't make it to the previous meeting we'd love to have you come to this meeting.
Since the first meeting I have met with our faculty advisor, Jacqui Neal, about plans for the upcoming year and will discuss some of the brainstorming ideas we had. We will be talking about fundraising, t-shirts, and elections for Vice President, Secretary, and an Event Coordinator. Please let me know if you have questions about or are interested in running for one of these positions.
The session is free and open to the public.
Justin Lodge, P.T., D.P.T., a physical therapist with Wright State Orthopaedics, will discuss the benefits of different types of exercise, the proper progression of exercises and the prevention of common injuries. Lodge is a 2007 Wright State University graduate. He also earned a doctorate of physical therapy from the University of Dayton in 2010.