Read exciting stories about pre-health students and opportunities at ASU.
In the online biochemistry degree program of Arizona State University’s School of Molecular Sciences (SMS), Leo Alaniz found two things: a program that would fit his needs and unconditional professor support.
Socially conscious ASU students are enacting smart plans to help refugees acclimate through health and education.
When Mayo Clinic School of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota, readied a group of volunteers for its summer Medical Brigades Volunteer Program to Nicaragua, three Arizona State University students seized the chance to join them for a life-changing medical outreach.
Unique partnership with Hospice of the Valley educates next generation of professionals.
The two-day conference in February, “Pathways to Physician Diversity: A National Summit,” focused on encouraging a national conversation and exploring the current state of pathways for students traditionally underrepresented in medicine.
The College of Health Solutions recently completed its fourth year of the Summer Health Institute at Arizona State University. A new cohort of 24 high school seniors representing three states, selected from 215 competing applicants, participated in the immersive experience while living on ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus.
Emily Brennan, a Barrett, The Honors College student majoring in biological sciences and anthropology, says her work with a student-led health-care organization has helped her see people experiencing homelessness through new eyes.
Student Health Outreach for Wellness offers range of medical services for the underserved and — for the month of April — their pets, too.
Bakpak, a student-run organization, is working to address homelessness.
Pre-health program provides clinical hours to give participants a practical advantage.