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#2164: Women In Medicine

Overview
Status
Currently Registered
Last Registered
June 13, 2013
Registration Expiration Date
September 30, 2014
Classification
Registered Student Organization
Categories
Academic and Educational,Health and Wellness,Service

 

About this Group

Group Description
Women in Medicine is composed of University of Minnesota Medical Students as well as physician/faculty advisors and mentors.
Group's principal activities, events, or programs:
WIM is primarily involved in organizing networking and social events for female medical students and female physicians. WIM also sponsors lunch lectures to educate medical students on a spectrum of women's health issues.
How this group's activities benefit the University community:
Women in Medicine is a coalition of medical students and physicians that together work to educate the University on women's health issues and women's health disparities.
How this group fits into its categories:
A primary focus of WIM is to educate and advocate on the behalf of female medical students, physicians, and patients. As a group WIM dedicates time to give back to the community through volunteer and service work both within and outside the field of health care.
How to get involved with this group:
To be involved in WIM please contact umnwim@gmail.com

 

Contact Info

Address
325 Harvard St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Phone
Email
greyx013@umn.edu
Website
http://www.student.med.umn.edu/wim/

Officers

Officer
Ashley Phimister
Officer
Jenna Van Beck
Officer
Alison Teo
Officer
Elizabeth Geisendorfer-Lindgren
Officer
Charlotte Rogers
Officer
Sara Schroeder
Officer
Rebecca McDougle
Officer
Madeline Heck
Treasurer
Katherine Holten
Secretary
Jia-Shyuan Su
Vice-President
Dianna Cheney-Peters
President
Katherine Grey
President
Ashley Tollefson
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