Nominate attendings or residents for Excellence in Teaching by Feb. 24
The Medicine Student Programs need your help to identify and nominate attendings and residents from WWAMI for our Excellence in Teaching awards. If you have not done so already, please use this link to nominate the attendings and residents who you feel have demonstrated excellence in teaching during your medicine rotations.
Apply by Friday, Feb. 17, for the Magnuson Scholars Program
- Sponsor: Warren G. Magnuson Institute for Biomedical Research and Health Professions Training
- School of Medicine internal deadline: Feb. 17, 2023
- Funding per scholar: About $32,000
- Want to know more? Read the full post about this program here
Yale Cancer Center opportunity available in summer of 2023 for URiM students
Yale Cancer Center (YCC) is offering a Diversity Enhancement Program in Oncology to foster underrepresented in medicine (URiM) trainees’ interest in careers in hematology/medical oncology (heme/onc) and to build a pipeline to bring URiM candidates to the Yale Fellowship Program and Advanced T32 Training Program for Physician-Scientists.
The Diversity Enhancement Program in Oncology supports two URiM medical students or residents to spend an 8-week oncology rotation at Yale in summer 2023, covering expenses including living, transportation, and research for up to $5,000 per person.
To learn much more about this opportunity, please see the Yale Cancer Center website.
Career Advising Student Advisory Board – Tip of the Month
You’re almost done with the Patient Care Phase! Ideally, you have narrowed down your career choices to one to two specialties with a secondary specialty until fourth year – if one of the specialties is not family medicine (FM), pediatrics (Peds), or internal medicine (IM). Meet with your specialty career advisor to review your initial competitiveness, MS4 electives, and, for a few specialties, away rotation planning, including strategies and programs that might be a good fit for you. If you want to do an away rotation, get your CV updated, ask for a letter of recommendation, and have an idea of which programs you want to apply to. Try to start working on your Visiting Student Learning Opportunities (VSLO) application now and not during Step 2 Dedicated so you don’t have to take time away from board studying!
- Reviewed by Career Advising Student Advisory BIPOC board member L’Oreal Kennedy. Originally written by BIPOC alum Shanelle Briggs.
In case you missed it, here is the previous newsletter for MS3s.