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Our students are active on campus and in the medical community. It's easy to find a group where you can develop your skills, make connections and give back on a local, national and international level.

Student Organizations and Interest Groups

To educate future medical professionals about the disease concept of addiction and to assist them with resources on how to better serve patients in their community with substance use disorders.
President: Hannah Gandy
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ben Thompson

Allies of Sistercare strives to assist the efforts of Sistercare in helping victims of intimate partner violence and their children. Allies of Sistercare provides a platform through which students can become involved in volunteering to promote the education and awareness of an issue we might all encounter during our time as physicians. Additionally, Allies for Sistercare aids our Columbia community by providing a steady volunteer force to promote the efforts against intimate partner violence.
President: Emie Jackson
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Britt Wilson

The AMA seeks to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health and strives to be the medical students’ leading voice for improving medical education and advocating for the future of medicine. Specifically, our chapter aims to provide opportunities for students to learn about physicians’ involvement in healthcare, lead in the community through volunteer opportunities, and grow as future physicians through various meetings and events with leaders in the healthcare community.
President: Katherine Turnley
Faculty Advisor: TBD

The American Medical Student Association, with a half-century history of medical student activism, is the oldest and largest independent association of physicians-in-training in the United States. Today, AMSA is a student-governed, national organization committed to representing the concerns of physicians-in-training. AMSA members are medical students, interns, residents and practicing physicians. AMSA is committed to fostering a community of future physicians through education and advocacy. Consider joining if you are interested in medical education, activism, and engagement!
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President: TBD
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Britt Wilson

AMWA is comprised of physicians, residents, medical students, pre-medical students, health care professionals, and supporters. AMWA is the oldest multi-specialty organization dedicated to advancing women in medicine and improving women’s health.
President: Victoria Brown
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Falicia Harvey

The mission of the USC APSA Chapter is to build a supportive, local community for students who are interested in learning about or pursuing careers as physician-scientists. In working towards this mission, we hope to (1) raise awareness of the physician-scientist career path, (2) inspire young South Carolinians from diverse backgrounds to pursue careers in medical science, and (3) work to advocate for the expansion of the MD-PhD program at USC. Within our inaugural year as an APSA local chapter, we plan to recruit new members, elect the first executive council, fundraise for national membership, and host collaborative social and academic events. Joining the APSA and getting involved with the local chapter at USC will provide an opportunity for students to build an understanding of the role of research in medicine, connect with senior researchers across UofSC, and engage in leadership development. Please stop by our booth to learn more!
President: Devin Kellis
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Iuolia Chatzistamou and Dr. Donald DiPette

The Anesthesiology Interest Group (AIG) strives to provide opportunities to learn and engage with the medical specialty of anesthesia to those intrigued in the specialty.
President: Katherine Turnley
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jeremy Davis

The Applied Biotech Club (ABC) aims to educate students on the uses biotechnology, inform students on newest biotechnologies, and to create an environment in which fosters the proliferation of ideas for new research questions and biotechnological techniques. This club is in association with the Instrumental Resources Facilities (IRF), which provides a variety of services for analysis, specimen processing, and imaging. Fall 2023 is the first semester that the ABC is in effect.
President: Kasie Roark
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Anna Harper

The Association of Women Surgeons chapter at USC SOMC is dedicated to providing fun and enriching exposure to surgery while highlighting perspectives from those who have historically been underrepresented in the field. We host speaker lunches to hear and learn from a variety of surgeons, provide access to a network of mentors, and offer hands-on dissection and suturing practice. All medical students are welcome to join!
President: Olivia Gary
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lindsay Dunkelberger

The Biomedical Science Graduate Student Association (BSGSA) is an official organization at the School of Medicine Columbia. It serves School of Medicine graduate students through the improvement of the graduate school experience by fostering a sense of community, facilitating professional development, promoting personal wellness, and serving/educating the greater Columbia area. Anyone in the Biomedical Science Graduate Programs can join, including, but not limited to PhD, Master’s, Certificate, Prep, PA, Nurse Anesthesia, Rehabilitation Counseling and Genetic Counseling.
President: Stephanie Wilczynski
Faculty Advisor: JoSondra Hughes

Our organization strives to educate future physicians on the business side of medicine to ensure that they understand the benefits and limitations of the U.S. healthcare system and how they can use this knowledge to provide the best patient care possible. Connect students with a variety of healthcare administrators in the form of a seminar series.
President: Jay Patel
Faculty Advisor: Dean Les Hall

The Cardiology Interest Group (CIG) plans to host many exciting events throughout the year. This includes lunch seminars with speakers from the various subspecialties within cardiology such as electrophysiology, interventional, nuclear cardiology, etc. We also hope to have a CT surgeon speak as well. CIG will inform students on the career path toward specializing in cardiology, the lifestyle of practicing cardiologists, and the ongoing scientific studies that will influence the future of the practice.
President: Courtney Brown
Faculty Advisor: TBD

CMDA is a national organization that serves to promote Christian community among medical students. We will host physicians throughout the year to discuss the intersection of faith and medicine, as well as their experiences throughout their career. Membership is free and offers tons of opportunities for involvement in regional and national CMDA efforts including conferences, summer clinical internships, mission trips and networking. We are also looking at the logistics of a ~short~ weekly or biweekly prayer group just to have some time to talk. Through CMDA, we want to be a source of encouragement throughout the long road of medical school (especially on those days, particularly of M1, when your brain is about to explode with all the anatomy and histology words you did not know existed)!
President: Madysen Hotchkin
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bruce Easterling

Are you interested in community service? Do you want to organize service opportunities for other students at the med school? Consider serving with COG! We have worked with the Red Cross, Foodshare SC, Transitions Homeless Shelter, Prisma Health and more. We are looking for new leaders to take these partnerships and add more volunteer opportunities they are passionate about!
President: Mattie Jo Thomas
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Donna Ray

The Dermatology Interest Group strives to promote interest in and elucidate the pathway to a career in dermatology. We will accomplish this via educating and encouraging students on a prospective career in dermatology, partnering with fellow interest groups for collaborative programming, and by establishing connections with local dermatologists.
President: Hannah Gandy
Faculty Advisor: Jim Chow

The Emergency Medicine Interest Group strives to provide meaningful educational and clinical experiences to its members about a career in emergency medicine, and to nurture increased interest in the field and impact the specialty has on our community. We aim to provide exceedingly adequate preparation to our members seeking residencies as emergency medicine physicians by exposing them early to the hallmarks of the profession and guiding them to develop a competitive and complete residency application. We will create more hands-on experiences for first and second-year medical students, allowing them time in the emergency room, to gain direct experience through clinical encounters and workshops. We will continue to encourage networking with current emergency medicine attendings and residents, which will allow our members to develop meaningful relationships on a personal and professional level. We also will generate community involvement to provide educational resources in things such as stroke recognition and BP screening to aid in the safety and well-being of our community.
President: Jenna McGrath
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Chris Gainey

Are you interested in family medicine or just want to learn more about it? Join the Family Medicine Interest Group! Our goal is to educate students about the specialty of family medicine and the importance of primary care in the well-being of a patient. We host a variety of events throughout the year including lunch-and-learns and a clinical skills workshop. We also provide students interested in family medicine with the help and resources they need to reach their career goals in this field.
President: Alexander McKay
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Andrew Vaughan

First Generation Connections stands as a collaborative between USC School of Medicine students and first-generation undergraduate students in the Opportunity Scholars Program at USC. The purpose of this organization is to provide first-generation college students with an interest in a career in medicine with resources to aid their success in their undergraduate curriculum, admissions exams, and future endeavors in medicine. This organization seeks to support undergraduate students with limited resources through longitudinal mentorship, shadowing opportunities, and informative sessions to facilitate their success. Increasing diversity and inclusion is of the upmost importance for our medical school and the community at large. First Generation Connections seeks to bolster the diversity of our school through direct, focused engagement with an underserved cohort.
President: Tripp Pratt
Faculty Advisor: Jerel Arceneaux

Gastroenterology is quickly becoming a hub for physicians who recognize the importance of lifestyle medicine and preventative care. The field offers a wide variety opportunities, including a schedule balancing procedural-work and clinic time, the ability to combat epidemics related to diet and gut-health, and a good work-life balance. Our mission is to introduce medical students to the unique nature of this specialty, the impact a gastroenterologist can have on their community, and how one can best pursue the profession. Through engaging members in a variety of ways, we believe the gastroenterology interest-group will help unite and inform students interested in this manifold specialty as to its relevance, impact, and future.
President: Nelson Gonzalez
Faculty Advisor: Dr. March Seabrook

The Global Medicine Interest Group strives to bring awareness to the impact and opportunities for medical students and physicians within the field of global medicine both locally and around the world. Our goals for this upcoming year are to bring in speakers from a variety of subspecialties to indicate the breadth of physicians needed in global medicine, highlight the impacts of the current pandemic on medicine abroad through talks by infectious disease specialists, epidemiologists, and the World Health Organization. We will help medical students get involved in global medicine by exposing them to potential fourth-year rotations and by partnering with local clinics serving the immigrant community here in Columbia via fundraising and volunteering.
President: Deborah Keen
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jeff Hall

GABA is an organization for graduate students across USC's campus who study and conduct research in neuroscience. GABA's mission is to promote neuroscience research and education in the greater Columbia area and at the University of South Carolina through outreach activities directed towards students, organizations, and the general public.
President: Courtney Buchanan
Faculty Advisor: TBD

HEALthy Strides is your go-to group for helping you maintain a healthy lifestyle even under the pressures of medical school! We maintain the garden on the UofSC SOMC campus and make the produce available for all students. Part of our goal is to supply endless fitness motivation with workout competitions and the virtual running club. We also host a Community 5k and Health Fair in the spring. During our (little bit of) free time, hiking, tubing, and volunteering are just a few of the weekend adventures we like to partake in. At the end of the day, we will help you learn how to take care of your mind and body to be successful under stress!
President: Elle Magnan
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Robert Rhinehart

We want to encourage anyone who thinks they might be interested in infectious disease to join our group. We plan on hosting multiple talks throughout the year related to HIV, Hepatitis C, coronavirus, and various other infectious diseases. We will also plan a panel of ID physicians to come in and discuss hot topics in the field. This will provide clinically relevant education to our members as well as provide opportunities to connect with local specialists. Additionally, we want to further our engagement in the community by volunteering/fundraising for local HIV/AIDS clinics. Through these, we want to encourage students to learn more about this specialty and its relevance in modern-day life.
President: Deborah Keen
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kamla Sanasi Bhola

Our organization strives to offer the student body an informative view into the modern advances in medicine. Clinicians will present a focused perspective on how medical treatments and technology have changed since they began practicing, and what changes they anticipate in the future. These changes may be evaluated by impact on patient outcome, their effect on the role of the physician, and their implications in specialty development. Presenters who are actively participating in research may additionally share their most recent findings and their clinical correlations. The presentations will be correlated with a range of topics encompassing the present medical field, including the rapidly evolving technology and methods of surgery, as well as the most recent pharmacological, genetic, and molecular medicine developments shaping a majority of patient treatment today. We hope that through these presentations, students may be provided insight into current movements within medicine and may better understand how these movements are shaping the environment in their future specialties of interest. We aim to provide students with the skills to be life-long learners active in understanding and implementing findings from current research into their practice. We ultimately hope to initiate innovative thought and interest in the applications of academic and clinical research and provide students with an understanding of the current and future environments of medicine.
President: Aneese Jaffa
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Erika Blanck

Internal medicine is an extremely diverse field of medicine that offers a multitude of career options ranging from training as a general internist to abundant opportunities for subspecialty training beyond residency. The Internal Medicine Interest Group at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia (USC SOMC) serves to highlight the numerous fields of internal medicine and to provide opportunities for medical students to interact with professionals practicing in a variety of specialties and professional settings available to those who pursue a career as an internist. Due to the wide spectrum of options available to internal medicine residents, it can be confusing to begin exploring various interests as a medical student. IMIG aims to demystify the path of becoming an internist from medical school to residency and beyond and to explain how that path may look very different from person to person. To do this, IMIG works with local physicians to plan seminars highlighting their specialty and how they got there. Mentorship is also a crucial pillar of success in medicine, and IMIG hopes to promote positive mentor/mentee relationships between its members and internal medicine physicians.
President: Jenna McGrath
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Andrew Sides

Journal Club's mission is to instill in students’ confidence in reading scientific literature, with the end goal of empowering them to practice evidence-based medicine. As future physicians, we must be able to critically approach scientific literature to determine whether a specific intervention will fit the needs of each individual patient.
President: Kyle March
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jack Goldsmith

Links to Care (L2C) is an organization that seeks to address food insecurity and transportation needs by connecting patients to community resources through interdisciplinary teamwork. Our organization allows students to gain volunteer experience and an understanding of the role that social determinant of health play in our community.
President: Tristian Cummings
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Christopher Goodman

Political engagement and voter agency is proven to be a vital determinant of health. How active we are in making decisions for our community directly impacts healthcare policy and could truly be the most powerful tool we have for making change. Therefore, MedCiv's mission is to educate and widen voter access in the school of medicine community by focusing the club's efforts on voter registration.
President: Brooke Turpeau
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Robert Rhinehart

The Medical Musician Association is an organization that strives to share our musical ability with patients in the local Columbia community to uplift spirits. We also hope to deepen connections between students and encourage healthy stress relief and artistic expression at the UofSC SOMC through love of music. We put on concerts at the School of Medicine and local hospitals and host social genre nights. We welcome all levels of musicians and music enthusiasts.
President: TBD
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Richard Hoppmann

Improve on the Spanish proficiency of students at the school of medicine in order to be able to better serve the vastly growing Spanish-speaking population in the United States and locally in the greater Columbia area.
President: Allen Khodab
Faculty Advisor: Carla Swygert

MSA is in charge of hosting a variety of different social events and activities throughout the year to engage students in the MD and other professional programs at the School of Medicine. Some event examples from years past include the orientation week activities, tailgates for home football games, a Halloween party, an annual oyster roast, end-of-semester celebrations, and more. Membership in MSA is for all four years of medical school and includes a t-shirt covered by the dues.
President: Haakim Waraich
Faculty Advisor: Nikita Stanley

Medical Students for Choice is an international network of medical students who believe that all people have the right to make their own decisions regarding their reproductive health. The USC SOMC chapter of MSFC strives to provide reproductive health education and advocacy opportunities for future healthcare providers. Through our educational activities we aim to demystify reproductive health choices, including abortion, so every student can provide well-informed, compassionate care to their future patients. Through our advocacy work we will help students use their voice to protect reproductive health choices at local, state, and national levels.
President: Yvone Shametaj
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Patricia Seal

President: Deborah Keen and Caroline Hensing
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Patricia Witherspoon

MEDtorship strives to connect USC Columbia School of Medicine students under a common goal of community service and mentorship. It is partnered with the Salvation Army of the Midlands with the Doing the Most Good Academy After-School Reading Program, which is dedicated to providing after school services to local children who are struggling academically. MEDtorship students tutor elementary students weekly and work together to develop educational projects and group lessons. This organization promotes longitudinal mentorship between medical students of all years as they work together to support, mentor, and tutor Salvation Army students.
President: Erin Schnell
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Sara Lindsay

The Military Medicine Interest Group provides information and support for HPSP students and others who are considering medical careers within the United States Armed Forces.
President: Baily Gibson
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Paul Bornemann

The Neurosurgery Interest Group strives to connect students interested in pursuing the field of neurosurgery with the information and resources needed to best prepare them for a residency program in neurological surgery. Our organization will aim to connect students to clinicians who can apply our medical school curriculum with clinical applications in the field of neurosurgery, develop a neurosurgery mentorship program, and connect interested students with scientists conducting both clinical and basic science neurosurgery research.
President:b Daniel Jaraki
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Catherine McClung-Smith

The ObGyn Interest Group will be hosting a variety of virtual and possibly in-person meetings where students can interact with practicing specialists in the field. We are planning on also holding an ObGyn resident panel where medical students can ask questions on topics such as residency applications.
President: Emily Rugguero
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jim Cook

The Oncology Interest Group (OIG) aims to kindle student interest in the variety of oncological career opportunities that are available. OIG aspires to integrate guest speakers discussing standard chemotherapy regimens, novel therapeutic technologies, and much more in an attempt to bring to life what we learn in the classroom. Additionally, speakers from a multitude of subspecialties (i.e. – Pediatric Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, etc.) will provide insight into the nuances of their daily lives, as well as their journey to get to where they are. Moreover, we seek to promote active engagement in our community through fundraising and volunteer events, research opportunities, and developing meaningful connections with local oncologists.
President: Kate Gregory
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kevin McRedmond

Our mission is to provide medical students with opportunity, exposure, and mentorship within the field of ophthalmology. Bridge students with mentors for research opportunities in the field.
President: Daniel Jaraki
Faculty Advisor: Alex Pogrebniak

The OSMIG leadership team aims to create a welcoming environment that will permit learning of both the field of orthopedics and the field of sports medicine, as many times these two can be muddled together. Through various talks and clinics (if possible due to COVID) we will help to facilitate the formation of relationships with various MDs in the communities of sports medicine and orthopedics. We hope you are excited to join us this calendar year and beyond!
President: Katherine Turnley
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Erika Blanck

Our organization introduces students to the multifaceted field of Otolaryngology, specifically emphasizing the diversity of the field as it relates to various pathologies and patient populations. We will strive to continuously emphasize the surgical aspects of Otolaryngology to interested students at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia. We hope that a incorporates complicated surgeries and interesting clinical diagnoses, all while maintaining strong foundations in clinical medicine.
President: TBD
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Michael Morris

The Pathology Interest Group is dedicated to expanding students’ knowledge about career possibilities in pathology. We will help foster an interest in the field by inviting speakers to virtual sessions, connecting students with shadowing opportunities, and building a community of interested students to discuss thoughts and ambitions.
President: Dillon Spires|
Faculty Advisor: Dr. James Catroppo

The Pedagogical Interest Club strives to allow medical professional and graduate students to participate in interdisciplinary peer-to-peer teaching through learning sessions, open anatomy labs, and presentations from medical professionals to enhance professional collaboration and medical education. We want to build up the ability of students to teach early on in their medical education to prepare them in educating their future patients about their medical conditions and treatments and collaborating with all members of the medical team.
President: Tatiana Wirth
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Erika Blanck

The Pediatric Interest Group is dedicated to fostering an interest in pediatrics among medical students and providing various opportunities to members who are interested in pediatrics to learn more about the specialty.
President: Kyra Dixon
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Sara Lindsey

Provide students with resources, information, and experiences to learn about and prepare to enter the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Students involved will explore the various professional opportunities within PM&R through interactive experiences with rehabilitation professionals and patients.
President: TBD
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Danny Westerkam

The Plastic Surgery Interest Group (PSIG) exists to introduce students to the diverse field of plastic surgery and provides those interested in the profession with the skills and opportunities needed to match in this competitive specialty. PSIG seeks to educate medical students about the field through hands-on clinical workshops, social networking events with residents and faculty, information panels and lectures, and seminars with surgeons from different subspecialties. To ensure prospective students have competitive applications for residency, PSIG will facilitate opportunities for early student involvement in clinical and research experiences.
President: Karina Desai
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Paulina Le

Our organization strives to create a welcoming space for LGBTQ+ identified students at UofSC SOMC, educate USC SOMC students, staff, and faculty on issues affecting LGBTQ+ individuals and their health, and to benefit the Columbia LGBTQ+ community through volunteering and programming that is conducive to their needs.
President: Karina Desai
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Erika Blanck

The University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia Psychiatry Student Interest Group aims to foster interest in the field of psychiatry among UofSC SOMC students while also serving as a voice for mental health and healthcare advocacy within the university and the broader Columbia community.
President: Christian Najjar
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Eric Williams

The Radiology Interest Group strives to support UofSC SOMC students interested in exploring the fields of diagnostic and interventional radiology by providing extracurricular opportunities to educate and foster interest in radiology through lunch-and-learns with guest speakers in the field, presentations, meetings, and workshops that allow for hands-on experience.
Presidents: Deborah Keen and Kimberly Perry
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Floyd "Tripp" Bell

The Rural Health Interest Group will be hosting lunches and events this year where speakers will present on topics pertaining to rural health. Students will have the opportunity to learn more about the unique healthcare needs for populations in rural areas.
President: Michael Patina
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Megan Weis

The Simulation and Clinical Skills Interest Group’s mission is to provide first and second-year medical students with hands-on opportunities to experience and develop pertinent clinical skills using high-fidelity simulation and educational workshops in the hopes of building students’ confidence before entering clerkships and residency.
President: Kendall Stalls
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Tariq Horani

The University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia Student Interest Group in Neurology chapter aims to provide enriching educational and clinical opportunities regarding the field of neurology to UofSC SOMC students, serve as advocates for neurological health within the broader Columbia area, and inspire greater interest in the neurosciences among medical students.
President: Allen Khodab
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Souvik Sen

SNMA is a national organization committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent, and socially conscious physicians.
President: Kyra Dixon
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Robert Rhinehart

SEAM embraces Mother Earth. We aren’t total hippies but close enough. Medicine inherently consumes extremely high volumes of resources, notable single-use items. While this is often unavoidable, what can we do in our own lives to live more consciously? How can we navigate a materialistic society as we become stronger voices for change? What can we do as students to help our community become more environmentally friendly? If you’ve thought about these questions, please consider joining SEAM to help develop actionable answers.
President: TBD
Faculty Advisor: TBD

The Surgery Interest Group strives to provide insight into the professional and lifestyle demands of different surgical subspecialties through lunch talks with surgeons, skills workshops, and coffee socials with surgery residents. SIG does not stop there. Through scheduling volunteer events, coordinating research opportunities, and organizing shadowing opportunities, we provide our members a way to give back to the community.
President: Jacqueline Lamm|
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jesse Clanton

The Trauma Surgery Interest Group is committed to exposing medical students to the field of trauma surgery through interactions with physicians and faculty in the discipline. We aim to create a community of likeminded individuals who will grow in comradery through both clinical and educational events. We are excited to welcome everyone interested in trauma surgery!
President: Andrew Freeman
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Phillip Prest

The USC School of Medicine Baking Club's mission is to bring together individuals who are passionate about baking and promote the joy of baking. We aim to provide a supportive and welcoming environment for learning and sharing skills, recipes, and experiences, as well as encourage creativity and experimentation in the kitchen. Baking, and the food created, provides a unique opportunity for individuals to decompress, but also explore new cultures and connect with other individuals. By sharing our passion for baking through our club, we hope to promote the wellbeing of all members of the USC School of Medicine community, foster a sense of community within the School of Medicine, and inspire others to explore the culinary world. Whether you are an experienced baker or just starting out, we welcome all members, students, faculty, and staff, to join us in our love of all things sweet and delicious.
President: Courtney Brown
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Ioulia Chatzistamou

The Ultrasound Interest Group at UofSC SOMC strives to work alongside the Ultrasound Institute to promote awareness of the current usefulness and potential of ultrasound via innovative and interactive programs at UofSC SOMC to engage the prospective and current student body, the Columbia area, and the greater medical community. The first USIG meeting will be Friday, August 21 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM.
President: Dominic Kubas
Faculty Advisor: Ms. Dina Brown

The Vertically Integrated Trainee Program is a student association that works in conjunction with AED (National Health Pre-professional Honor Society) at USC. We host socials, clinical skills practice, and admissions Q&A sessions, among other events. The purpose of the organization is to create a connection between medical schools and pre-health undergraduate societies to benefit both parties.
President: Greyson Fox Tran
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Donald DiPette

We provide opportunities for students to explore wilderness and survival medicine and connect with other UofSC SOMC community members who share a love of the outdoors.
President: Erin Schnell
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Stanley Hassinger


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