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2 weeks ago

Good afternoon pre-meds!

Meet us tonight 5-6pm CST! Come meet Ivonne, a 4th year medical student, and Ali – a 2nd year medical student. They both attend Loyola University Chicago Stritch School ... See more

3 weeks ago
Latino Medical Student Association - LMSA Midwest

Our premed sessions tonight were a success! 👏
THANK YOU to our speakers who presented info on research, CVs, Personal Statements, and general tips to have the most success possible as a #premed. ... See more

3 weeks ago
Latino Medical Student Association - LMSA Midwest

Join our Midwest Board! Applications are due TONIGHT by 9pm CST.

Head to bit.ly/MWelections for the application!

Elections will be held TOMORROW during our Midwest Business Meeting.

3 weeks ago
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Still need to register for National Conference? Use code NC2021eb for $40 off your registration until 2/14.

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3 weeks ago
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The February 2021 LMSA National Newsletter has arrived! - https://mailchi.mp/lmsa/february-2021-newsletter

3 weeks ago

Good afternoon pre-meds!

This is a quick reminder that we will be meeting tonight 5-6pm CST! Come meet Dr. Castañon!

As a badass trauma surgeon, she is the director of a trauma surgery residency ... See more

4 weeks ago
The Latino Medical Student Association

STARTING NOW: LMSA Advocacy Night 🗣
If you weren't able to sign up, here is the zoom link: https://wustl-hipaa.zoom.us/j/97419535086?pwd=alJ4VUJnREt6SUdzaGpSeWU4L1Izdz09

Meeting ID: 974 1953 ... See more

TOMORROW NIGHT! Join us for an evening of discussion about these hot #policy topics & more.

Come learn about current legislation and how you can get involved to influence change in your ... See more

4 weeks ago
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TOMORROW NIGHT! Join us for an evening of discussion about these hot #policy topics & more.

Come learn about current legislation and how you can get involved to influence change in your ... See more

1 month ago
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"It's important that there is representation of the Latinx/Hispanic community in the physician workforce because ultimately, that's going to lead to better outcomes for patients ..." - @RichardFerro, ... See more

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