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#EMMedStudents17

Mw Med Stu Symp 1On April 1 in Toledo, Ohio ACEP and the Michigan College of Emergency Physicians teamed up to host the Midwest Medical Student Symposium. More than 100 med students from 17 medical schools all over the country gathered in Toledo to learn about finding the right EM residency, meet with program faculty at the Residency Fair, and get hands on practice in our Skills Labs.

We received tremendous feedback from medical students, and we can’t wait to hold the Symposium again next year!

On behalf of ourselves and MCEP, thank you to all the amazing medical students, faculty, and residency representatives who joined us for the Symposium. And a special thanks as well to our valued sponsors—without their support, we wouldn’t be able to offer med students such a valuable event!

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Thank You To Our Valued Sponsors:

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Did you miss the Symposium?

Check out #EMMedStudents17 on Twitter for highlights, pics, and more!


Emergency Medicine Interest Groups (EMIGs) at Ohio Med Schools:

Case Western University School of Medicine

Victor Chen, co-chair
Liyan Fan, co-chair
Justin Smith, co-chair

vxc129@case.edu
lfx110@case.edu
jas560@case.edu

Northeast Ohio Medical University

Shreya Reddy, President
General EMIG email

sreddy4@neomed.edu
emig@neomed.edu

The Ohio State University College of Medicine

Jim O'Brien, President

james.obrien@osumc.edu

Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine - Athens Campus

Michael Bann

mb167909@ohio.edu 

Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine - Dublin Campus

Michael Messina

mm957914@ohio.edu 

Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine - Cleveland Campus

Matthew Oliverio

mo357407@ohio.edu

Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine

Will Trautman
Tyrel Fisher

trautman.6@wright.edu
fisher.162@wright.edu

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

General EMIG email

uccom.emig@gmail.com


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