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To help get to know MS1s and MS2s in your society better, your Assistant Dean will be hosting common book dinners to discuss this year’s common book, Tales of Two Americas.
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The DGSOM Alumni Affairs Office is proud to sponsor Breakfast by AAO! Next Monday, August 26th, come and feed your stomach before feeding your brain in PBL. Baked goods and refreshments will be served in the B36 Courtyard at 7:30am. See you there!
Introductory talk with interest group advisors to inform the incoming class about activities and shadowing opportunities.
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Welcome event geared for first year Latinx medical students.
Posted by LMSA. Contact VNunez@mednet.ucla.edu for more information.
Each week we will have meeting with various faculty on hand from various specialties to talk about their research and projects and opportunities in their lab for research over the summer for 2020.
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The Career Development Office Invites you to join us:
Resident Roundtables are gatherings of residents and students by career specialty areas. RSVP: http://sgiz.mobi/s3/8-27-19-Resident-Roundtable-RSVP-Form Light dinner is served.
We’ll have pizza & salad.
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Introductory talk to Mobile Clinic Project and what we're all about! Posted by MCP. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Introduce students to our organization and how they can volunteer with us. Also, will give an overview of the basics of the asylum process.Posted by LA Human Rights Initiative. Contact ELChu@mednet.ucla.edu for more information
Introduce students to dermatology and our organization.
Posted by DIG. Contact ELChu@mednet.ucla.edu for more information.
OBIG & MSFC present: An Introduction to Ob/Gyn! Come hear from a panel of family planning residents, OB/Gyn faculty, and OB/Gyn residents.Posted by OBIG. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Come learn all about the Emergency Medicine specialty.Posted by EMIG. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Introduce pathology to students with a panel of pathologists from various subspecialties. Guest speakers include: Dr. David Dawson, Dr. William Yong, Dr. Dawn Ward, Dr. Peggy Sullivan, Dr. Jon Zuckerman, and Dr. Elena Stark. Lunch provided!Posted by Pathology IG. Contact LUchiyama@mednet.ucla.edu for more information.
Tutors Brad Gundlach and Zoe Zhou will lead a session on Anki Flashcards
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Welcoming all students to our organization. A social event to meet everyone.
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Internal Medicine Panel.
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Training is mandatory for all who want to volunteer with MCP.
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You're invited to an exciting event co-sponsored by Department of Psychiatry's Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) and Community and Global Psychiatry (CGP) interest groups: A book discussion on Dying of Whiteness, led by the author, Dr. Jonathan Metzl, author of Protest Psychosis. Dr. Metzl is a Professor of Sociology and Psychiatry, and the Director of the Center for Medicine, Health, and Society, at Vanderbilt University. Hopefully, you'll have a chance to read the book prior to the event. All are welcome!
9/16 at 5:30PM at the home of Dr. Sheryl Kataoka, dinner will be served.
All our best,
JEDI and CGP
Sophie Feller, M.D.
Psychiatry Resident Physician, PGY-3
UCLA-Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior
Equity, Inclusion, & Diversity Welcome Day (EID Day)
Thursday, September 19, 2019
Graduate Student Orientation (GSO)
Friday, September 20, 2019
The EID Day and GSO provide essential resources and information to incoming graduate and professional students at UCLA and these events are developed for graduate students, by graduate students. More information coming soon!