IU School of Medicine’s Scholarly Concentrations empower students to explore an area of interest that is beneficial to personal and professional growth without adding any time to the four-year MD curriculum. Students develop powerful relationships with mentors and colleagues, exploring a concentration that highlights the school’s expertise and resources across the state.
The Urban Medicine and Health Disparities scholarly concentration provides students with an understanding of the historical and contemporary barriers that exist for the nation’s medically underserved in urban areas. MS1 students can learn more about Scholarly Concentrations and apply through October 20 here.
Second-year students share their experience:
POP on Youth Violence was founded by IU School of Medicine Northwest-Gary faculty Michael McGee, MD, Chief of emergency medicine at Methodist, and Reuben Rutland, MD, chief of trauma surgery at Methodist. Watch highlights from the POP 5k.