During their sixth Synthesis and Application Module (SAM), class of 2016 medical students used a simulation-based learning experience to review concepts learned during their clerkships and first two years of medical school.
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Students and faculty mentors share the importance of the Area of Scholarly Concentration, a four-year longitudinal project in biomedical research or a medically related field, as part of the new curriculum.
Katherine Barsness, MD, ’11 MS, created life-sized, reusable models of a newborn’s ribcage with 3-D printing technology to provide uniquely authentic simulation-based education to training pediatric surgeons.
Alisha Thomas, ’05 MD, instructor of Clinical Family and Community Medicine, received the 2014 Illinois Family Medicine Teacher of the Year Award by the Illinois Academy of Family Physicians for her outstanding contributions to the field.
The Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Physician Assistant (PA) program raised awareness about the training and career of PAs as part of National Physician Assistant Week.
At the fourth annual Medical Education Day, Feinberg educators gathered for presentations, workshops and discussions to exchange ideas about their craft.
Medical students discussed choosing specialties with residents and faculty members during a panel and career fair.
First-year graduate students arrive on campus to pursue degrees from the Driskill Graduate Program in the Life Sciences, Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program, Medical Scientist Training Program, and more.
The 163 newly-matriculated students who represent the incoming class hail from 35 states and 9 foreign countries, speak 20 different languages and have a collective total of 79 undergraduate majors ranging from anthropology and biomedical engineering to economics and public health.
Four medical school alumni shared their secrets for success and bestowed career advice on medical students at a career advising event on Monday.