Hosted by the American Medical Student Association
Sponsored by the Health Career Connection, Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions, Asian American Health Society, Cal Health Coalition, the Integrative Biology Department, and the School of Public Health
Saturday, February 20, 2010
- Free AMSA flashdrive with Pre-Medical Survival Guide and conference materials (Presentation outlines, fliers, brochures, etc.) for the first 100 people who register.
Includes breakfast and lunch
Admission: free registration before February 12 at 11:55pm, $5 on/after February 13
Register by February 18 at 11:55pm, and your name will be entered in a drawing for a FREE Kaplan MCAT Prep Course!
- Keynote Speaker: Dr. Isaac Yang, Chief Resident of Neurosurgery, UCSF, Making a Difference or Making a Salary: Why Become a Medical Doctor?
- Keynote Speaker: Jeff Oxendine, MBA, MPH, Associate Dean of Public Health Practice, UC Berkeley, How to find which health career is the best for you
- Diversity in Public Health, Abby Rincon, Director of Diversity for the School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
- AMCAS Application Workshop, Kaplan
- Medical Student Panel, UCSF, Stanford & UC Davis students
- Public Health Student Panel, UC Berkeley
- Interview Skills Workshop, Kaplan
- Health Care Reform, Sara Rogers, health policy consultant to Senator Mark Leno
- Leadership In Medicine, Dr. Daniel West, Pediatric Residency Program Director, UCSF
- Why Combine Public Health and Medicine? Amanda Barbeau, AMSA Premedical Trustee, BU MPH Student
- My Path to Medical School, Daniel Pio, MBA, UCLA Medical Student
- Mock interviews, Kaplan