Open to students of any level, the conference is the largest pre-medical and pre-health professions gathering at an undergraduate institution, and is the only event of its kind, supporting URM students (underrepresented in medicine, as defined by the AAMC) interested in a career in medicine. More than 8,500 pre-medical and pre-health students from California and beyond will attend alongside deans of admissions from top medical, dental, public health, pharmacy and nursing schools.
The American Resident Project is hosting a panel at the UC Davis Pre-Medical & Pre-Health Professionals National Conference this coming Saturday, Octoer 11th. The panel will feature The American Resident Project Writing Fellows Dr. Marisa Camilon, Dr. Craig Chen and Dr. Elaine Khoong who will discuss what it’s really like to be a medical resident and will be moderated by WellPoint Chief Medical Officer and conference keynote speaker Dr. Sam Nussbaum.
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