Hello, If you see a student who has taken Bioc 405 but still needs 406, we would be grateful if you could let them know that Shoreline CC will have our second course in the biochem sequence this Summer Quarter. It is Chem 256 and transfers to UW as Bioc 406. CHEM 256 Introduction to Biochemistry Second of a two-quarter series surveying basic principles of biochemistry and molecular biology, emphasizing broad understanding of chemical events in living systems in terms of metabolism and structure-function relationships of biologically important molecules. Prerequisite: CHEM 255 with a 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading. Item3021 SecS1 3cr 09:00am-10:35am TTh Rm2920 Breithaupt, Registration for students new to Shoreline CC begins has begun. There is still time for students to apply to the college at www.shoreline.edu . It takes only a few days to receive a student number and be ready for registration. Class starts on Tuesday June 25th. Tom Breithaupt is a great instructor who taught the class at Shoreline CC last year and has taught biochemistry in various settings, including first year medical school students. Thank you, Joyce Fagel, M.A.
Please join us for “Current Challenges in Global Mental Health: An Interactive Discussion” featuring: Vikram Patel, MSc, MRCPsych, PhD, FMedSci London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Debra Kaysen, PhD University of Washington Jürgen Unützer, MD, MPH, MA University of Washington Friday, May 24 at 1:30pm. Refreshments will be served during the discussion. Location Ethnic Cultural Center, Chicano/Native Suite 3931 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105 Date/Time Friday, May 24 at 1:30 pm We invite everyone to submit questions for our panelists ahead of time which we will ask during the open discussion. Please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com by May 20. This event is open to the university, so please forward this on to your fellow students/faculty! Vikram-Patel-Poster.pdf
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Sandweiss Test Prep would like to invite all students considering applying to Medical School to a free MCAT seminar – Wednesday, May 22nd from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM in the Union Bay Plaza Building located near University Village at 4530 Union Bay Place NE, Suite 209. Click on the link to see a map of the location. We are on the top floor in the north east corner of the building. This seminar will cover the following: The MCAT — history, structure, and scoring Preparing for the MCAT The Sandweiss MCAT Course After the MCAT: Getting into Medical School This event is completely free of charge to everyone interested in attending and we will be presenting first time attendees with vouchers for $100 off our MCAT preparation course and is good for any course in the next six months. This offer only applies to students who have not yet registered for our course. If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-417-5050. To register, please visit our website and fill out a Free Seminar Registration Form. — Sandweiss Test Prep Website: www.sandweisstestprep.com Tel. 206-417-5050 Email: email@example.com Main Office: 4530 Union Bay Place NE, Suite 209, Seattle, WA 98105 Bellevue Classroom: 12360 NE 8th Street, Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98005 Click here to check out our profile on Facebook!
ISL International Service Learning Serving the global community, one adventure at a time! Students: Join a global health team this July, and expand your global perspective! Costa Rica, July 6-14 Nicaragua, July 6-19 (dental) Peru, July 6-19 Costa Rica, July 27-August 4 Faculty: We can integrate your academic courses with our existing programs, allowing you to tailor the service learning experience to your educational goals. Students gain valuable skills and global perspective, while developing communities receive health services and medications to which they would otherwise have little or no access. For more information on ISL’s Integrative Programs, contact Pepper Tucker: Pepper@ISLonline.org. Our Mission: ISL strives to enhance academic learning through service experience while providing quality health care and other services in developing communities. We utilize in-country professionals and offer programs which observe the highest ethical standards and inspire volunteers to a lifestyle of service. Find out more: www.ISLonline.org
Hello Everyone! Are you looking to get involved with a global health issue? Did you know that a baby is born every 2 minutes with a cleft lip/palate? Apply to be an officer and you can join OPS to make a difference and help children get free surgeries to treat their cleft lip conditions in developing countries. We are seeking committed, motivated, and hard-working individuals to help change lives one smile at a time. Also a major in the health field is NOT required. Information regarding different OPSUW officer positions and applications are available at: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/opsmile/202598 Applications will be due next Friday, May 24th @ 11:59PM. — Operation Smile UW Chapter firstname.lastname@example.org http://students.washington.edu/opsmile
CLUE and the TriBeta Biological Honors Society will be hosting a Medical School Panel on Monday, May 20th. The panel will be a wonderful opportunity to speak with medical students about the medical school application process. Panelists will include:
Alex Huh – pursuing a MD at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Brianne Rowan – pursuing a MD/MPH at the UW School of Medicine
Mark Lisowski – pursuing a MD at the UW School of Medicine
Sheida Aalami – pursuing a MD at the UW School of Medicine
Whether you’re a student on the fence about a career in medicine or someone who is working on their personal statement, this event will be a great way to learn about the application process, and to hear what students owe their successes to.
Medical School Panel
When: Monday, May 20th, 2013
Where: Mary Gates Hall – Room 251
RSVP: Here! Space is limited! FOOD will be provided!
Questions? Email Vishu Anekonda at email@example.com
Global Dental Brigades UW presents the 3rd Annual Pre-Dental Fair!
Wednesday, May 23, 2013
6:30-9:00 pm (Doors open at 6:00 pm)
HUB Rm 145
University of Washington
Join us for an evening of networking among the pre-dental & dental community!
Key note speakers: Dr. LeRoy Horton, DDS & Dr. Paranjpe, DDS
Dental Student Panel (from all years!)
Kaplan DAT prep
Mock interviews from matriculated UWSoD students
Dental/Oral Health Research Opportunities
Also! Dental Workshops, military dentistry representatives, UW pre-dental clubs, and information on the dental specialties!
Lastly, a light dinner will be served.
Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/448035748623717/
** REGISTER ONLINE!**
We will be tabling around on campus, contact us for details!
$10 in advance & $15 at the door
Guess what — it is time for AMSA’s Annual Suture Clinic! Whether you are a first timer or a pro, suture practice will never hurt, especially for Med School!
Together with MAPS, we will be hosting this event on Saturday, May 18th from 2:00-5:00 p.m. This event will be free for all AMSA and MAPS members, and $5 for the general public. We will be meeting in the Health Sciences Building T-Wing, room 739. Our instructor will be none other than Dr. LeRoy Horton, DDS – owner of Affordable Dental Care and a UW School of Dentistry graduate.
Space is limited, however, so this will be a first come-first serve deal (priority to AMSA/MAPS members). We hope see all of you there! And don’t be afraid to invite your friends! Please visit our Facebook (UW AMSA Pre-Med) or our website (amsauw.com) for more information.
Hello MAPS fam! I hope your week is going amazing!! This is a reminder about our general meeting THIS EVENING! What: *Exploring the world of “Post-Bacc”*- what does it mean to be a post-bacc student? What program is right for me? Should I consider this as an option? Get all your questions answered about post-bacc and learn about the post baccalaureate program at the Keck Graduate Institute as the *director of their program- Joon Kim* is coming to visit us all the way from *Claremont, California*!!! [image: Inline image 1] When: Today, *Thursday, 5-6 PM* Where: Ethnic Cultural Center Black Room (*ECC room 306*)
Hello MAPS fam!
I hope your week is going amazing!! This is a reminder about our general meeting THIS EVENING!
What: Exploring the world of "Post-Bacc"- what does it mean to be a post-bacc student? What program is right for me? Should I consider this as an option?
Get all your questions answered about post-bacc and learn about the post baccalaureate program at the Keck Graduate Institute as the director of their program- Joon Kim is coming to visit us all the way from Claremont, California!!!
When: Today, Thursday, 5-6 PM
Where: Ethnic Cultural Center Black Room (ECC room 306)
___________________________________________ Minority Association of Pre-Health Students University of Washington Ethnic Cultural Center "Black Room" (room 306) Seattle, WA 98105 firstname.lastname@example.org https://catalyst.uw.edu/workspace/mapsuw/19038/112124 http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Minority-Association-of-Pre-Health-Students-UW/208566905883654 Meetings every Thursday from 5:00pm-6:00pm in the ECC Black Room (room 306) To unsubscribe to our email list visit: https://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/mapsemail