MMED 2013

…and I’m back swinging!

I got this invitation from my pre-med advisor. Whoever is interested, do not hesitate to participate.

As a side note, I can’t see any non-traditional panel. It must be a slight omission from their part

"MMED 2013: Invitation

Pre-med Students:

I strongly advise all pre-med students at WSU to consider attending this year’s Michigan Medical Education Day (MMED)!

This one-day event brings together undergraduate pre-health advisors and medical school representatives from all over the state of Michigan to stage a series of presentations about preparing for medical school, with a particular focus on Michigan’s schools. This year, MMED 2013 will be held in Kalamazoo at WMU’s Fetzer Center and is open to any pre-med students who do not have an active AMCAS or AACOMAS 2014 application.

Here are the particulars:

  • What?

    The third Annual Michigan Medical Education Day, with presentations by a team of pre-health advisors from all over Michigan and by representatives from:

    Central Michigan University College of Medicine

    Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

    Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine

    Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine

    University of Michigan Medical School

    Wayne State University School of Medicine

    Western Michigan University School of Medicine

  • When?

    Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 9 AM until 4:00 PM

  • Where?

    The Fetzer Center, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI

  • Who?

    Pre-medical students from Michigan and beyond are welcome who do not have active applications.

  • How?

    There is a $25 non-refundable registration fee (fee waivers available for Michigan residents with financial need). Students can register via this

  • site:

    Other Details:

    A box lunch is included in the registration fee.

    Parking next to the Fetzer center is complimentary

    When students register they will receive a detailed agenda

    We have made the programs sufficiently different this year so that students who attended last year might do so again this year and learn something new

    A panel of students from Michigan medical schools

    The MCAT: how can you prepare for it, and what do the pending changes mean for you?

    Activities and experiences: how do you represent these to medical schools?

    Structured “seminars” with advisors and Michigan medical school representatives addressing: interviews, acquiring healthcare experience and what do do with a gap year.

    Young Docs Panel"