Medical Links

Allopathic Medicine

Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Web site
The oldest and most complete of the professional medical related sites on the world wide web. Some of the parts most germane to undergradautes are listed as separate links on this web page.

Accredited Medical Schools of U.S. & Canada
Lists schools alphabetically according to state. Contains information related to applications, classes, and some limited statistics. Read B-4 you buy a catalog!

Summer Programs
Syracuse University maintains this list of summer programs from around the country. If you have questions about a particular program, please contact that program directly (not Syracuse).

Medical School Interview Feedback
An extremely useful site once you've secured your medical school interviews. Check out the most recent reports of previous applicants and their personal experiences with interviews at specific medical schools. One of the most useful preparation sites currently on the web.

Medical School Interview Questions
Here is a link to a sampling of some questions that you may be asked during your interview. Also be sure to consult the Pre-Med/DentalAdvising on this webpage to learn more about how to prepare for it. Interviews are still part of the weeding out process, so don't take it lightly.

bioethics.net
Web site of The Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania. Great source of thought-provoking articles about bioethical issues.

Families USA
This site contains information about consumer views on managed care, and links to other sites pertaining to managed care.

Destination Doctor (Williams & Wilkens Guides)
More MCAT preparation info. Offers an alternative to commercial MCAT preparation courses.

Syracuse University's Post-Baccalaureate Program Listing
A well-designed and helpful listing of post-baccalaureate programs from around the country, grouped by type of program. If you have questions about a particular program, please contact that program directly (not Syracuse).

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Osteopathic Medicine

American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM)
The AACOM web site offers information about osteopathic medicine and education, application information, and links to colleges of osteopathic medicine.

OsteopathicCom™
This site features five distinct web services, including OsteopathicNet™ Medical Student and PreMed Site. You will find links to school information as well as a myriad of related topics. Fun site. Should keep you busy.

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Allied Health / Medical Related Sites

Clinical Anesthesiology & Patient Monitoring Systems, Emory University School of Medicine
The web site of the Anesthesiology Department at Emory University includes information about the Anesthesiology Physician Assistant Program.

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Volunteer Sites

Hands On Atlanta
Lists volunteer opportunities in metropolitan Atlanta.

Volunteer Emory
Contact Volunteer Emory for information on volunteer opportunities available to the Emory community.

Directory on International Voluntary Service
A comprehensive list of links to short-term and long-term voluntary service organizations.

Emory House Staff Assistant Program Gain first-hand exposure into the daily routine of the physician by joining the Emory School of Medicine House Staff Assistant Program.

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Research Opportunities

CIRRUS Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunities 
The Chemistry Internet Resource for Research by Undergraduate Students, sponsored by Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington.

Research Experiences For Undergraduates Research Program (REU)
Maintained by The National Science Foundation, these lists of 1998 REU sites include links to many sites accepting applications for the Summer of 1999.

CDC Home Page
The Nation's Prevention Agency: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This site includes information on training and employment opportunities at CDC.

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Financing Health Education

Financial Aid Information Page
This page is HUGE! It was created by Mark Kantrowitz, author of The Prentice Hall Guide to Scholarships and Fellowship for Math and Science Students and is sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).

FAFSA Info
U.S. Department of Education Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Group On Student Affairs (GSA)
Information provided by the AAMC about state and other loan repayment/forgiveness and scholarship programs.

MEDLOANS
Information about the AAMC MEDLOANS Program.

The Student Guide
Financial aid from the U.S. Department of Education.

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Many thanks to Emory University for providing us with this list of links!

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