Medical students attended the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) Training Ground conference, hosted at Feinberg on November 22 and 23, with events united under the theme of “Lead the Change in the Culture of Medicine.”
Medical students conduct cardiovascular health risks screenings and counsel participants on exercise, nutrition and other lifestyle changes in the Keep Your Heart Heathy program.
Bruce Henschen, ’12 MD, resident in Internal Medicine, received the L. Randol Barker Award from Johns Hopkins University for research on the impact of the Education Centered Medical Home in medical education.
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.
First-year medical students start the year with interactive lectures, team-based learning and clinical experiences during the Introduction to the Profession Module.
Two medical school graduate students received Innovation to Commercialization Fellowships to develop skills to be successful innovators and entrepreneurs.
Third-year medical student Adina Goldberger will use her Schweitzer Fellowship to develop and implement a discussion-based preventative health program for women currently incarcerated in the Cook County Jail.