This Group is for those interested in pursuing medical field. Start discussions on medicine, healthcare, biomed engineering or any related topics. We are also keen to put together a list of various summer and other opportunities for students interested in the field.
Hey everyone! I'm here representing an organization called The NAINA Foundation, which aims to provide medical aid for the underprivileged. So far, we have held medical missions in Mumbai, India and have also held a Guinness World Record Event to raise awareness for our cause. We are currently looking for motivated teenagers to start a chapter in their town/school, and even volunteer at future medical missions we have planned this summer! Apply here to become a 2019-2020 Chapter Leader! forms.gle/... sc8TPvP3P8
Hi, in the future I would like to pursue a career in Neurosurgery, however I’ve learned that many practicing medicine achieve duel certification. To get certified in a field like emergency medicine would I have to study specifically in med school or only complete a fellowship program?
Allow me to introduce myself. I represent The High School Association of Medical Engineers and Scientists Inc. a certified Non-for-Profit Organization with a focus on effectuating national change in the global realm of healthcare and medical science. I wanted to inform you guys of numerous opportunities for talented US High School students interested in medicine, such as yourselves. From healthcare legislation to girls empowerment, we have something for you. We have chapters in 8 states as well as multiple online opportunities available on Volunteer Match. I encourage you guys to check us out at www.wearehames.com/, and to message me here on Round Pier if you have any questions.
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Hi everyone. I’m Shivali and I am the founder of a new, in the works magazine called Women In STEAM . We are looking for Women in STEAM who are interested in writing about their experiences, hardships, and achievements. We will have a team of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. If you are interested, comment down below and/or message me!
Hey everyone! My name is Annika Agarwal and I am the founder of The N.A.I.N.A. Foundation. Our mission is to provide underprivileged people around the world access to medical care, something that is oftentimes considered a luxury to them. So far, we have raised nearly 1,000 eyeglasses, as well as other donations such as blood pressure machines. With that, we have partnered with the LIONS Club of Mumbai, and reached over 10,000 people with health clinics that we have set up in the area. Additionally, we have organized health seminars to raise awareness about the lack of medical attention in third world countries. One of the main aspects of our foundation is dance. We dance at events in the New Jersey area to provide those in need with surgeries. So far, we have raised over $15,000 dollars and provided nearly 100 surgeries. However, we believe that there are so many more people out there that can help us out. Therefore, if you would like to start a chapter in your school, please dm me! You do not necessarily need to be a dancer. We have so many other opportunities open for new chapters!
I’m a sophomore doing a summer program going into junior year at Washington University in St.Louis. I was wondering if anyone knew the best way or any info I should know going into the program to be prepared? Thanks.
If I have all 118 elements of the periodic table memorized in order, I know their chemical symbols, and I know how to spell this, will this help me become an anesthesiologist? I am currently an eighth grader.