Welcome to UW-Milwaukee’s Pre-Medical Chapter of the American Medical Student Association!
The American Medical Student Association is a student-governed, student-led national organization representing the concerns of future physicians.
Founded in 1950, AMSA represents more than 34,000 members, including more than 3,000 pre-medical students.
The UW-Milwaukee Pre-Medical Chapter was founded by students with a mission to represent future physicians on campus. It continues to be a strong organization, assisting pre-health students on campus in their efforts to build a career in healthcare while serving the surrounding community.
NEXT CHAPTER MEETING: Tuesday, December 4th 5:30PM-7:00PM in Union 240
Dr. John Sanidas, practicing internist, MCW alumnus and UWM instructor will be there to speak to us.
Find out more about him here: www.madisonmedicalaffiliates.com/physician_selector/internal_medicine/john_sanidas.htm
In addition, we will be voting on group volunteer events and setting up committees to provide you with leadership opportunities.
Stop by our office at Union 366 during our office hours to ask any questions or to fill out a membership application. You may also obtain an application or any of our informative flyers and brochures from our bulletin boards. You can visit our bulletin boards located outside of our office in the Union, across from the main lecture halls in the Physics building, or on the west end of Lapham Hall (the entrances facing the chemistry building).
The American Medical Student Association home page is written and edited by students of the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and they are solely responsible for its editorial policy and content. The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee is not liable for debts incurred by the student organization.
This page was last updated on: 11/19/2007
This page is still under construction, please check back later for updates.