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This Institute will run on the following dates:
Section I: June 22 - June 29, 2014
Section II: June 29 - July 6, 2014
Section III: July 6 - July 13, 2014
Section IV: July 13 - July 20, 2014
During your eight-day institute, you will get a snapshot of the Georgetown medical school curriculum and the field of medicine where you will address topics such as human anatomy and physiology, microbiology and infectious diseases, surgery, cancer, and biomedical ethics. Students will have the opportunity to work in the Gross Anatomy Lab and with a patient simulator and focus on some of today's pressing medical issues, such as preventative medicine, heart disease and HIV. The Georgetown Medical Center includes the nationally ranked School of Medicine and School of Nursing & Health Studies, in addition to the world-renowned Lombardi Cancer Center.
Core Topics Covered*
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Breakfast in the Dining Hall
9:15 – 10:30 a.m. GUMC Faculty Lecture: Genomics
10:45 12:15 p.m. Understanding Human Subjects: The Patient Simulator
12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Lunch
2:00 – 5:00 p.m. Visit to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center
5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Discussion Section: Medical School Preparation Now!
6:15 – 7:00 p.m. Dinner in the Dining Hall
7:30 – 9:00 p.m. GUMC Faculty Lecture: The Online Dissector
* Core topics, hands-on experience and sample day are subject to change.
Medical Institute I and III
Ramzy Khabbaz, Academic Director
Medical Institute II and IV
Alex Solomon, Academic Director
Alex Solomon is a first year medical student at the Georgetown University School of Medicine. As an undergraduate Echols Scholar at the University of Virginia, Alex served as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic for the Charlottesville-Albemarle Rescue Squad. He also has conducted research in a molecular cancer genetics laboratory while pursuing dual Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Spanish. For his research efforts, Alex contributed as the second author to the 2011 Laboratory Investigation article entitled “Loss of VOPP1 overexpression in squamous carcinoma cells induces apoptosis through oxidative cellular injury.”
After graduating with distinction, Alex pursued his passion for education and joined the Teach For America Miami-Dade Corps as a tenth grade biology instructor. Following a successful first year, Alex was selected to re-design the biology curriculum for 13 high schools and was nominated for the Rookie Teacher of the Year Award. He continued to inspire and motivate his students and as a result, they achieved the highest scores in high school history on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test. Alex also worked beyond the confines of his classroom volunteering his time to tutor students and serving as the Varsity Baseball Head Coach. Alex currently serves as an elected member of the Student Medical Education Committee for the Georgetown University School of Medicine and volunteers on the Emergency Disaster Response Team.
At a Glance
- Jun 8 - Aug 3, 2014
- Dates vary
- 8 days
- Tuition - $2,595
(includes tuition, housing, and meals)
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I loved the hands-on experience of this program. I enjoyed the anatomy labs and patient simulators. Living independently was exciting! The whole experience reassured me I am heading in the right direction in choosing medicine as my future."Allison, Rapid City, SD