Explore heath care career options while experiencing college life and making new friends. The Health Care Pathway Initiative (HCPI) is a resident summer camp for high school students from West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky who are interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers. Health care job options are varied and numerous including nursing, pharmacy, research, health informatics and biomedical engineering, just to name a few. >>Learn More
Session Dates: June 5-29, 2023
Application Deadline: May 12, 2023
HCPI is a UNITE program funded by the Army Educational Outreach Program and The Technology Student Association, a Walgreens Diversity Grant, Marshall Health and the Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy.
Project PREMED offers an opportunity for undergraduate ethnic minority students to explore medical school as a career path. Students also gain insights into the processes and preparation required for applying to and attending medical school. Project PREMED is a five-day residential experience held during the summer. >>Learn More
Program Dates: July 17-21, 2023
Application Deadline: May 19, 2023
Town Hall Series Dates and Topics Available Soon!
Community and health professionals who work with the elderly are invited to attend this free two-day event hosted by Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Marshall University School of Pharmacy, West Virginia Bureau of Senior Services and Cabell Huntington Hospital. The symposium covers a variety of topics related to falls prevention and senior health.
Falls prevention remains one of the most important topics in geriatric medicine. Individuals 65 and older account for 75% of the fall-related deaths that occur annually. Many of the known risk factors for falling can be mitigated or completely eliminated, so education in this area is critically important.
The mission of Black Men in White Coats is to seek to increase the number of black men in the field of medicine by exposure, inspiration, and mentoring. Black Men in White Coats recently released a documentary film to encourage young African American men and boys who dream of becoming a doctor.
JCESOM Documentary Panel Discussion