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Academic Medicine Interest Group (AMIG)

Academic Medicine Interest Group

Academic Medicine Interest Group The Academic Medicine Interest Group (AMIG) will present academic medicine as a career path to a diverse medical student population at the Stritch School of Medicine. Through opportunities for education, mentorship, professional development and academic collaboration, AMIG will provide resources to enable further exploration of careers in academic medicine. We will identify and expand upon the different forms of scholarship (e.g., discovery, integration, application and teaching) as they manifest as various academic scholarship tracks such as research, service and education. Our intention is to raise awareness among medical students early in their education about academic medicine as a career, alongside the paths and structure of an academic medical institution, while providing access to academic physicians for career mentorship.

Mentorship

The Academic Medicine Mentorship Program aims to introduce medical students to a career in academic medicine by matching the interests and needs of medical students and physicians to create a mutually beneficial program. This program enables medical students to gain experience in academic medicine through leadership development and scholarly pursuits. Mentor-mentee pairs will be supported throughout the year with mentoring resources, asynchronous journal clubs, live discussions, and networking activities.

Links

Links Stritch Student Handbook (an AMIG collaboration with MSU) - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BATuKnGc-_cFlQAs9cfb-dFoM0EiZoHCvNRQU8y48E0/edit?usp=sharing

@StritchAMIG - Twitter https://twitter.com/StritchAMIG?s=20

@StritchAMIG - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stritchamig/

Contact Us

2023-2024 Executive Board

President - Dana Tran (dtran9@luc.edu)

Director of Education - Alice Barrington (abarrington@luc.edu)

Director of Mentorship - Olivia Morrissey (omorrissey@luc.edu)

Director of Professional Development - Maryam Bolouri (mbolouri@luc.edu)

Academic Medicine Interest Group

Academic Medicine Interest Group The Academic Medicine Interest Group (AMIG) will present academic medicine as a career path to a diverse medical student population at the Stritch School of Medicine. Through opportunities for education, mentorship, professional development and academic collaboration, AMIG will provide resources to enable further exploration of careers in academic medicine. We will identify and expand upon the different forms of scholarship (e.g., discovery, integration, application and teaching) as they manifest as various academic scholarship tracks such as research, service and education. Our intention is to raise awareness among medical students early in their education about academic medicine as a career, alongside the paths and structure of an academic medical institution, while providing access to academic physicians for career mentorship.

Mentorship

The Academic Medicine Mentorship Program aims to introduce medical students to a career in academic medicine by matching the interests and needs of medical students and physicians to create a mutually beneficial program. This program enables medical students to gain experience in academic medicine through leadership development and scholarly pursuits. Mentor-mentee pairs will be supported throughout the year with mentoring resources, asynchronous journal clubs, live discussions, and networking activities.

Links

Links Stritch Student Handbook (an AMIG collaboration with MSU) - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BATuKnGc-_cFlQAs9cfb-dFoM0EiZoHCvNRQU8y48E0/edit?usp=sharing

@StritchAMIG - Twitter https://twitter.com/StritchAMIG?s=20

@StritchAMIG - Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stritchamig/

Contact Us

2023-2024 Executive Board

President - Dana Tran (dtran9@luc.edu)

Director of Education - Alice Barrington (abarrington@luc.edu)

Director of Mentorship - Olivia Morrissey (omorrissey@luc.edu)

Director of Professional Development - Maryam Bolouri (mbolouri@luc.edu)