- Summer Programs at SUNY Downstate Medical School
- Shanika Morgan, Undergraduate Coordinator for the Office of Minority Affairs at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, will be at York to discuss the several Summer Internship and Research opportunities they are offering. These are great programs for underclassmen who are interested in learning more about careers in healthcare and/or biomedical research.
- What Nursing Occupational Therapy student featured Medical Technology (Clinical Laboratory Science) Behavioral Sciences Freshman Health Professions Health and Behavioral Sciences Career Services Biology Arts and Sciences
- When Feb 26, 2013 from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM (UTC / UTC0)
- Where 4M06
- Contact Name Andrew Criss
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Come learn about the following opportunities!
The "Exploring Health Careers" Program is an initiative to expose students (mainly Freshman) to a variety of career options in the health professions. The program is designed to provide exposure to targeted health professions through faculty presentations, shadowing opportunities in clinics and affiliate sites, as well as information about the application process.
The "PATH Allied Health Track" program is a unique opportunity for students to explore the sciences and become acquainted with healthcare professions early in their academic career. The program is designed to prepare students, through a 1-summer curriculum, to apply early decision to the College of Health Related Professions at SUNY Downstate in one of the following fields: Physician Assistant (PA) or Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT).
The "PATH - Graduate Studies Track" Program offers students the opportunity to conduct biomedical research with Downstate faculty. Students are taught the basics of scientific writing and abstract development. At the end of the 8 weeks, each student will get to present his/her work at the annual Summer Research Symposium.