The event allowed the BUSM community, particularly those from underrepresented minority groups, to network with industry professionals from across the city’s pharmaceutical and biotechnology fields.
Category: Student Activities
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Justin Siu and Simone Vais received the Lancet Global Health Award for Best Student Poster for their presentation, “Uber Health: A Novel Method of Eliminating Transportation Barriers To Care Among Urban OBGYN Refugee Women.”
Alan Hsieh and Harsh Patel created an educational tool exploring the functionality of operating room tables and scenarios in which falls occur.
On Thursday, Feb. 21, the Enrichment and Student Affairs Offices presented a staged reading of Anton Chekhov’s short story, “A Doctor’s Visit.”
This year’s Medical Student Research Symposium, held on Jan. 25, featured posters by nearly 40 medical students.
David Silverman, Erin Smith and Ian Benjamin were awarded third prize for their poster “Impact of CALM Service Learning Group on Medical Student Perspectives on Substance Use Disorder in Pregnancy”.
The Jan. 11 event was sponsored by the South Asian Medical Student Association (SAMoSA) and the BU Creative Arts Society and included 13 performances.
Medical students engage in public health and medical education by teaching high school students hands-only CPR.
BUSM will welcome Stuart Slavin, MD, MEd, to campus Thursday, Jan. 31-Friday, Feb. 1 for two lectures and a faculty workshop.