The Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences offers several career dinners a year designed to give students the opportunity to ask questions of faculty members and physicians practicing in a variety of settings and subspecialties. Also available are the ObGyn Interest Group (OGIG) and mentoring opportunities with faculty members or residents (Big Sib Program). In addition, we host an Annual Career Dinner and a Match Celebration dinner to offer information about the residency matching process and to give students the opportunity to ask graduating students questions about their experiences.
In September 2019, the Medical Student Education Team hosted more than 50 medical students from First-Fourth years at their Annual Career Dinner. Drs. Murtha, Whetstone, Lager, Robertson, Autry, and Stotland spoke to students about choosing OBGYN as their specialty - from how to make the career decision to tips for residency interviews. Photo credit: M. Cobian
The 2017 Class of Matching ObGyn MS4s
Pictured: Dr. Naomi Stotland, Melissa Myo, Jill Hagey, Lena Sweeney, Danielle Cipres, Jessica Kim, Julie Lindow,
Renee Rivas, Dr. Jeannette Lager, Frances Farrimond
For more information, please contact Medical Student Program Administrator, [email protected]