A medical career workshop at Samford University June 23-26 2013
So, you 're called to be a medical doctor. What should you study in college? How should you choose a medical school? What are the future trends in medical practice? How do M.D.s serve in medical missions and other humanitarian service?
Get answers to your questions at M.D. Calling, a three-day residential workshop at one of the region's most respected universities.
The workshop will feature pre-med advising, expert panels, networking, field trips and summer fun!
Tuition $350 (includes tuition, meals, residence and activities).
Space is limited! Registration is first-come, first-served.
Meet the M.D. Calling Counselors!
Head M.D. Calling counselor Kendall is a junior biology major from Huntsville, Ala. This is her second year as an MD Calling staff member.
Fowler is a senior biology major from Lexington, Ala. His interests are in primary care, particularly family medicine, and he wants to serve in a small town and be involved in foreign medical missions.
Adam is a senior biology major and Spanish minor from Mandeville, La. He is interested in becoming a pediatric physician and working with the underserved Hispanic community.
Mary Elizabeth is a junior from Tupelo Miss. She is majoring in biology and minoring in religion. She hopes to attend medical school and practice internal medicine. She also hopes to do medical mission work as a part of her practice.
Annie is an English major and is also pursuing pre-medical studies at Samford. She is interested in psychiatry and medical editing.
Tentative 2013 Schedule
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