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How do I get to the HSLC?

  • The 80 bus line drops off right next to the building. Additionally, there is a paid parking ramp nearby, and it is also accessible by bike.

What is the attire for this event?

  • Business professional

Will there be food provided?

  • Breakfast will be bagels and coffee

  • Lunch - Milios or Ian’s

  • Snacks will also be provided between meals

What will I get out of this conference?

  • Undergraduate and undecided students will be able to learn more about the medical profession and what it takes to become a physician, life as a medical student, resident, and physician, and obtain advice and access to many opportunities and organizations that will help them on their journey towards medical school. Upperclassmen who are further along in their journey will have the same opportunities, but will also benefit greatly from hearing from the admissions panel about their schools and the application process.

Resource Fair Attendees:

  • EMT, CNA, UW/Meriter Volunteering, Medical Scribes, Surgical Shadowing, Phlebotomy, S.O.D.A., Research Opportunities, Be the Match, Rape Crisis Center, UHS, Camp Kesem, Kaplan, MCW, UWSMPH, Midwestern DO. 

Admissions Panel: 

  • UW - Madison School of Medicine and Public Health

  • Medical College of Wisconsin

  • Midwestern (DO)

Medical Student Panel:

  • Peter Carlson - pursuing MD/PhD

  • Mateo Frumholtz - Pursuing MPH (then MD)

  • Sean Phillips - Pursuing MD (president of AMSA 2018-2019)

What should I bring to the event?

  • Your wiscard, something to take a few notes with, and anything else you would need for the day. We will be providing meals and snacks, but if you have any dietary restrictions you may want to bring some snacks as well.

Who can I contact for more information or questions?

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