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Lunch Panel Presentation

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Allotted time during 4th year to explore an area of interest
12 weeks of mentored research and didactic study with the production of a scholarly project



Areas of Concentration:
Basic, Clinical, or Translational Science in Medical Departments
Global Health
Health Disparities
Health Systems Innovation and Policy
Medical Education
Bioethics or the Medical Humanities
RESEARCH:
Local and
Abroad

LIVING IN NEW YORK CITY
Occurs in blocks during stage 1 (Preclinical)
24/7 Access to the anatomy lab
STUDENT LIFE AT
NYU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Honors Program
At least 20 weeks of scientific research and thesis production to graduate with an MD with Honors
Apply to the program, usually during the first year
Honors Program Lecture Series

Concentrations
Summer Fellowships
During the summer after first year
6-9 week long mentored research projects and shadowing in specific departments.

Scholarships, Awards, Grants
The Office of Student Affairs helps students find grants, scholarships and awards to provide financial support for research, examples include:
Summer research fellowships:
Memorial Sloan Kettering
NIH
and more!
Year-long Fellowships:
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Training Fellowship
NIH Medical Scholars Program
Fogarty International Scholars
Doris Duke Clinical Research Fellowship
and more!
International Health Program
IHP helps students identify international health sites and projects and assists with funding for international research
Usually between first and second year and/or or during fourth year.
In 2014-2015:
54 participants
39 countries
Campus Housing
FUN!
Campus Perks
Convenient location
Shuttle
Vilcek gym and lounge
Ticket Xpress Box Office
Undergrad campus facilities
NYC Museums - access with student ID!
Easy to get all around NYC via public transportation from our location!
Location in the Heart of Manhattan!

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Humanistic Medicine Seminars
Art and Anatomy
CHEF: Cook Healthy, Eat Fresh
Bioethics and Human Rights in Vulnerable Populations
CLUBS
School-wide Events
NYC Free Clinic
FACILITIES
In Bellevue Hospital
Used throughout all 4 years
Includes exam rooms, ORs, wet room/disaster training, ICU/trauma room
Practice interview skills, physical exam, radiology techniques, case management, and more!
SIM CENTER
Anatomy Lab
New Health Sciences Library
Classrooms
Main Campus Hospitals



NYU Langone


Bellevue

Manhattan VA
ACADEMICS
Clinical Academics
Core clerkships in inpatient and ambulatory medicine, surgery, ob/gyn, pediatrics, psychiatry, and neurology
Honors/high pass/pass/fail
Unique clinical experiences with rotations through 3 hospitals: Bellevue (public), Tisch (private), and Manhattan VA
More time for electives and selectives!
Preclinical Academics
Advising: Violet Society Program!

Every student is assigned to one of four Violet Societies.
Each Violet Society includes members from all four class years, to promote inter-class interaction and advising.
Each student is paired with a faculty mentor through the program, and meets regularly to discuss academic progress, career goals, rotation palette selection, and residency applications.
Highlights
Early Clinical Exposure
What do you want to learn about?
1.5 Years
Pass/Fail
Systems-Based
Average MS1 week:
10 lectures (all recorded on iTunesU)
1 two-hour POM session
3 small group sessions
Done by early to mid afternoon most days so there's time for studying, extracurricular activities, and exploring NYC!
Regular POM bedside sessions
PLACE
Extracurricular
Patient Presentations
Tools: iPads, Biodigital Human

•Academic Medicine Club
•Anesthesiology Interest Group
•Cardiology Club
•Caring for Kids Pediatric Club
•Critical Care Club
•Dermatology Interest Group
•Emergency Medicine Club
•FOCUS: Ophthalmology Club
•Family Medicine Interest Group
•GAS (GI club)
•Global Medicine Club
•Infectious Disease Interest Group
•Integrative Medicine Club
•Ob/Gyn Interest Group

•Oncology Club
•Orthopaedic Surgery Club
•Physical Medicine Club
•Plastic Surgery Club
•Psychiatry Club
•Radiology Interest Group
•SCENT
•So Hormonal
•Student Interest Group in Neurology/
Neurosurgery
•Surgery Club
•Translational Medicine Club
•Urology Interest Group
•Vascular Surgery Interest Group
Academic Interest Groups
National Organizations

•American Medical Association
•American Medical Student Association
•American Medical Women’s Association
•Physicians for Human Rights
•Physicians for a National Health Program

PNHP Single Payer Lobby Day
Lecture halls, medium-sized lab rooms, and small-group conference rooms
Education/Advocacy
•Business and Economics in Medicine
•Darwin Docs: The evolution and Medicine Club
•Health Policy Interest Group
•History of Medicine Club
•Medical Students for Choice
•Pediatric Obesity Prevention Program
•Students 4 Growing Interest for Transplantation

Community Service
•Brothers and Sisters in Science
•Gifts of Time
•Health Education Literacy Program
•Hepatitis Project
•Mini Meds
•NICU Ambassadors
•NYC Free Clinic
•NYU Harm Reduction Alliance
•Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence
Awareness and Education
•Sidekicks NYC
•Student Partnership for Urban Health

Gifts of Time
Administrative
•Course Liaisons
•NYU Ambassadors
•NYU Tour Guides
•Student Council

Recreational/Social
•Arts & Entertainment
•Basketball Club
•Bike Share Program
•Choir Club
•Classical Arts Appreciation
•Dining with Doctors
•Golf Club
•Outdoor Club
•Painting Club
•Photography Club
•Running Club
•Soccer Club
•Spin Doctors Dance Club
•Volleyball Club
•Wine and Food Society
•Yoga Club


Spin Docs Fabrics Class
Cultural/Religious
•Black and Latino Student Association (BALSA)
•Christian Fellowship
•Ibn Sina: Muslim Student Assoc.
•Jewish Student Association
•LGBT People in Medicine
•NYU APAMSA-Asian and Pacific Medical Student Association
•South Asian Student Association

All U Games
A&E Coffee House
Ski Trip
Culture Show
Formal
Manhattan’s only comprehensive free
healthcare clinic for the uninsured
All-volunteer clinic founded and coordinated by NYUSOM students
Opened in 2003, with addition of Women’s Health Clinic in 2008
Various volunteer opportunities: clinical volunteering, patient education, labs and referrals

Shared apartments (single bedrooms) or studios
Couples housing option
Subsidized
Two buildings:
Greenberg Hall
Vilcek Hall


Here is a short list of some of our favorite things to do in New York:

- Smorgasburg (food fair in Brooklyn)
- Sports games – Yankees, Mets, Rangers, Knicks, Nets, Jets, Giants and more!
- US Open Tennis Tournament
- Explore the Highline & Chelsea Market
- Central Park Pick-up Sports
- Pride Parade (June)
- Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting
- Fleet Week (May)
- American Ballet Theater at Lincoln Center
- Ice Skating at Bryant Park
- Theater On- and Off- Broadway
- Tapings of popular TV programs like The Daily Show and Saturday Night Live

Fellowship Areas
Health Disparities with Office of Diversity Affairs
Internal Medicine
Fundamentals of Emergency Medicine
Urlogy
Population Health
Surgery
Plastic Surgery
Orthopedic Speciality
Radiology
Ob/Gyn
Anatomy
Healthcare Leadership & Administration
Pediatrics
Substance Abuse Research Education and Training (SARET)
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