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Medical Student Council

INTRODUCING the AAP'S MEDICAL STUDENT counciL!

 

We are excited to announce the establishment of the first national PM&R Medical Student Council. This council serves as a forum for medical students interested

in pursuing physiatry as a career. The Medical Student Council represents all medical student members of the Association of Academic Physiatrists

(AAP)A nationally elected board governs the council with a focus on developing and sustaining a vibrant student body and advocating on behalf of all trainees.

Get social with the Council on Twitter and Facebook! Contact the Medical Student Council.


Leadership

Bryan LeChair 

Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University


 

Justin Schappell, Vice Chair 

McGovern Medical School, UT Health at Houston


Lisa Wiesenberger, Secretary

Central Michigan University College of Medicine


   

Gretchen FerberEducation/ Mentorship Representative

Northeast Ohio Medical University


Megan KennellyMembership/ Recruitment Representative

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine


 

Barbara KozminskiSocial Media/ Technology Representative

Saba University School of Medicine


Jacob MooreResearch Representative 

AT Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine


 




       

ANNUAL MEETING

Join us for education and networking designed for students at Physiatry '19, February 19-23, 2019 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

We are confident that you will discover new leadership experiences, network and find mentors among leading physiatrists, and

gain invaluable education. If you are not already a member, become one today.

The Call for Abstracts is now open! Submit an abstract by Sept. 7th to advance your career and the specialty.

We hope to see you there. Registration opens September 17th.


PHYSIATRY IN MOTION NEWSLETTER

The Resident/ Fellow Council's online newsletter Physiatry in Motion is released four times a year and highlights various

topics surrounding PM&R training.


Find the latest edition of the newsletter HERE.


MEDICAL STUDENT resources 

 
RESIDENCY directory

Medical students can easily locate ACGME accredited residency programs through ACGME's directory. 

Go to Residency Directory 

 

MENTOR ON DEMAND PODCASTS

The AAP develops podcasts that discuss a variety of topics aimed at answering questions you may face during training such as choosing

mentors, choosing a fellowship, job searching and contract negotiations, the road to becoming a department chair, and more!

Listen to Podcasts Now 


ESSENTIAL ARTICLES IN PHYSICAL MEDICINE & REHABILITATION

Collections of “Essential Articles” were compiled by Dr. Gerard Francisco and a group of physiatry program directors and residents.

The original collection included publications from 1980-2003. The second collection includes publications from 2004-2010.

 

LECTURES

 

OTHER RESOURCES

 

PHYSIATRY Interest Groups

 

Summer Externship opportunities 

 

BRING A PHYSIATRY Fair TO YOUR SCHOOL!
 


Charles Amoatey Odonkor

Role: RFC Chair

Institution: Johns Hopkins

Fun Fact: Dabbles in poetry, enjoys Zouk and blogs at Biomedical Odyssey  
 

 Kunj Patel

Role: RFC Vice Chair

Institution: Emory

Fun Fact: Excellent break-dancer who also performs stand-up Comedy  
 

Adam Susmarski

Role: RFC Secretary

Institution: Univ. of Pittsburg Medical Center

Fun Fact: Practiced primary care medicine in the US Navy for 3 years, with deployment tours to Afghanistan
 

Jovauna Currey

Role: RFC Medical Student Affairs

Institution: University of California Irvine

Fun Fact: Has been dancing and performing since the age of 2!

 

George Marzloff

Role: RFC Technology Representative

Institution: Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai

Fun Fact: Enjoys shipwreck diving, alpine skiing, and technology gadgets

   

Tracy Hoeg

Role: RFC Research Representative

Institution: University of California Davis

Fun Fact:  Ran six marathons and one ultramarathon during her second pregnancy

   

Daniel Kao

Role: RFC Advancement Representative

Institution: Rusk Institute, NYU

Fun Fact: Loves cooking, Carolina Basketball, the great outdoors, long walks with wife and Shiba Inu in Central Park

   

Elizabeth Martin

Role: RFC Fellow Representative

Institution: Stanford

Fun Fact: Before medical school, spent 6 months in Australia studying Aboriginal Australian history

       

Charles Amoatey Odonkor

Role: RFC Chair

Institution: Johns Hopkins

Fun Fact: Dabbles in poetry, enjoys Zouk and blogs at Biomedical Odyssey  
 

 Kunj Patel

Role: RFC Vice Chair

Institution: Emory

Fun Fact: Excellent break-dancer who also performs stand-up Comedy  
 

Adam Susmarski

Role: RFC Secretary

Institution: Univ. of Pittsburg Medical Center

Fun Fact: Practiced primary care medicine in the US Navy for 3 years, with deployment tours to Afghanistan
 

Jovauna Currey

Role: RFC Medical Student Affairs

Institution: University of California Irvine

Fun Fact: Has been dancing and performing since the age of 2!

 

George Marzloff

Role: RFC Technology Representative

Institution: Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai

Fun Fact: Enjoys shipwreck diving, alpine skiing, and technology gadgets

   

Tracy Hoeg

Role: RFC Research Representative

Institution: University of California Davis

Fun Fact:  Ran six marathons and one ultramarathon during her second pregnancy

   

Daniel Kao

Role: RFC Advancement Representative

Institution: Rusk Institute, NYU

Fun Fact: Loves cooking, Carolina Basketball, the great outdoors, long walks with wife and Shiba Inu in Central Park

   

Elizabeth Martin

Role: RFC Fellow Representative

Institution: Stanford

Fun Fact: Before medical school, spent 6 months in Australia studying Aboriginal Australian history

       

Charles Amoatey Odonkor

Role: RFC Chair

Institution: Johns Hopkins

Fun Fact: Dabbles in poetry, enjoys Zouk and blogs at Biomedical Odyssey  
 

 Kunj Patel

Role: RFC Vice Chair

Institution: Emory

Fun Fact: Excellent break-dancer who also performs stand-up Comedy  
 

Adam Susmarski

Role: RFC Secretary

Institution: Univ. of Pittsburg Medical Center

Fun Fact: Practiced primary care medicine in the US Navy for 3 years, with deployment tours to Afghanistan
 

Jovauna Currey

Role: RFC Medical Student Affairs

Institution: University of California Irvine

Fun Fact: Has been dancing and performing since the age of 2!

 

George Marzloff

Role: RFC Technology Representative

Institution: Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai

Fun Fact: Enjoys shipwreck diving, alpine skiing, and technology gadgets

   

Tracy Hoeg

Role: RFC Research Representative

Institution: University of California Davis

Fun Fact:  Ran six marathons and one ultramarathon during her second pregnancy

   

Daniel Kao

Role: RFC Advancement Representative

Institution: Rusk Institute, NYU

Fun Fact: Loves cooking, Carolina Basketball, the great outdoors, long walks with wife and Shiba Inu in Central Park

   

Elizabeth Martin

Role: RFC Fellow Representative

Institution: Stanford

Fun Fact: Before medical school, spent 6 months in Australia studying Aboriginal Australian history

   

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