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July 2016


School News & Events
For a listing of all news and events for the School of Medicine, please visit: 

Entrepreneurial Exploration/Alternative Career Exploration
UMB is looking for students to examine the topic of Entrepreneurial Exploration/Alternative Career Exploration and provide suggestions on how the University should prepare students for entrepreneurial careers. The year will include symposia on the various types of entrepreneurship including, but not limited to, technology transfer, securing funding and private practice.

The selected students, referred to as the President’s Fellows, will be charge with working collaboratively to conduct research, author a paper and present their findings to President Perman and the UMB campus community. Applications for this opportunity are currently being accepted with a deadline of Friday, July 15, 2015 at 11:59 pm.  

Please visit the President's Symposium and White Paper Project website for more information or click here to complete the application.

Applicants will be notified of their selection status by mid to late-July. Please direct any questions to Interprofessional Student Learning & Service Initiatives at or 410-706-7438.

MedChi Lunch & Learn 
Please join MedChi for their 2016 Lunch &Learn CME series. No charge for MedChi members. $50 for non-members.

  • Sept. 9 - Opioids, Pain Management & Addiction
  • Oct. 7 - Integrated Care

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
MedChi Building
1211 Cathedral Street Baltimore, MD 21201
Lunch will be provided. Reservations are required
Topics subject to change
Indicate each event you will attend
Please RSVP to: or 410-539-0872 x3308

Class of 2017

Community for Children: At the Border and Beyond Elective
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley School of Medicine is offering an elective in advocacy and leadership development called Community for Children: At the Border and Beyond. For more information, please visit the Newsletter Supplemental Documents.

Rural Internal Medicine Maine (RIMM) Track
Maine Medical Center in Portland, ME is excited to announce a new, innovative residency offering for those medical students seeking a training program specializing in rural medicine. For the 2017 Match, Maine Medical Center will be offering the Rural Internal Medicine Maine (RIMM) Track.

Residents in the RIMM Track will be fully integrated with their ACGME-accredited categorical internal medicine residency program. For more information, visit their website: 

For any questions, please contact:

Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS)
If you have any VSAS related questions, feel free to contact Tami VanDamme.

Reminders and Events

July 8, 2016
MedChi Lunch & Learn
Physician Wellness
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM