African American Medical Student Association (AAMSA)
Student group for African American medical students and those interested in AA health disparities.
AAMSA seeks to promote diversity and enrichment of the student body at UACOM. This club will serve as a medium to foster the development of African American medical students on our campus while serving as a resource for prospective medical students and provide a platform to address health disparities prevalent among the African American community.
Aging Interest Group
We promote awareness of health issues pertaining to older patients across every specialty in medicine. Students are invited to participate in continuing education through the Care of the Older Adult Elective, volunteer events in the community, and physician shadowing/discussions. We are also involved in supporting students interested in the Medical Student Training in Aging Research (MSTAR) Program, a summer research initiative funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIH).
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Faculty sponsor: Dr. Mindy Fain, MD
American Medical Association (AMA)
Medical students are represented in the AMA through their own democratic, policy-making body: the American Medical Association - Medical Student Section (AMA-MSS). The AMA-MSS is dedicated to representing medical students, improving medical education, developing leadership, and promoting activism for the health of America. The AMA-MSS strives to be the medical students' leading voice for improving medical education, advancing health care and advocating for the future of medicine.
Student Representative: Sakthi Kumar, email@example.com
American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)
Anesthesia Interest Group (AIG)
The Anesthesia Interest Group (AIG) aims to promote an interest in anesthesiology and to foster mentoring relationships between medical students and anesthesiology faculty.
** Club is inactive for the 2021-2022 School Year
Arizona Hematology Oncology Club
Cancer has become one of the leading causes of death in the world. As future doctors, we will all get to work and interact with a cancer patient on some level. It is important for us to understand the different aspects of the disease and to know how to approach such experiences. While it might look like this club is geared towards students that are interested in hematology and oncology, others might find some of our activities beneficial for them as well. We plan on incorporating more patient-centered lunch talks and possibly some volunteering activities.
Some of our current activities include lunch talks, bake sales and Relay for life. We are currently trying to come up with more activities and different ways to get involved in our local community and cancer prevention.
**Club is inactive for the 2020-2021 school year.
Arizona Surgery Club (ASC)
The goal of the Arizona Surgery Club is to provide an opportunity for medical students to explore a career in surgery through networking and interaction with other students and physicians.
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Mohammad Khreiss, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Representative: David Ahmadian, email@example.com
Asian/Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA)
Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association has been advocating for the health of Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in our country. Our efforts are focused on advocacy, community outreach, research initiatives, chronic hepatitis B/C, bone marrow registry, mental health, cancer initiatives, and cross-cultural and cross-linguistic barriers to care.
Faculty Mentor: Dr. Andrew Tang, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Representative: Thien Hoang, email@example.com
Association of Native American Medical Students (ANAMS)
A group that supports Native American Medical Students and promotes Native American Health.
President: Natasha Hilt, firstname.lastname@example.org