Description and Mission
MD Camp, sponsored by the Area Health Education Center is an intensive, three-week summer camp providing participants an experience in the rigors of medical school. It is open to rising Juniors, Seniors and newly graduated high school students (summer between high school graduation and university matriculation) who are interested in pursuing careers in the health professions, including biomedical research. We typically accept students who are considered traditionally underrepresented in medicine, which can include women and individuals from socio-economic and / or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds.
Ultimately, MD Camp aims at increasing the number of physicians who are underrepresented in medicine and who elect to practice in underserved areas. Toward this end, the camp strives to inspire students to pursue a career in medicine by challenging them intellectually, facilitating their academic and social development, and increasing their awareness of the special needs of underserved populations.
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Place: OSU College of Medicine, 370 West Ninth Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210
Dates: Friday, June 10, 2016 - Thursday, June 30, 2016
Time: Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Cost: $700.00. Scholarships are available based on need and academic merit.
Applications for MD Camp 2016 will be available in early January, 2016.
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Application Acceptance, Interview and Notification timeline:
Early applicants will be given priority consideration for scholarships.
Application deadline: TBD
Interview dates: TBD
Final acceptance notifications: May 2016
Parent meeting: May 2016
For more information, please contact:
Director, OSUCOM Office for Diversity & Inclusion
370 West Ninth Avenue, 061 Meiling Hall
Columbus, Ohio 43210
phone: (614) 688.8489
fax: (614) 292.5364