How it works: Students will shadow MUSC clinicians in the operating room and cadaver lab, participate in clinical rounds, and more. The aim is to expose pre-med students to real-world experience and provide them with a thorough understanding of the medical field as a whole.
- The benefits: In addition to hands-on exposure, students will publicly present on a particular neurological disease to a group of residents and physicians and will also receive a certificate of completion from MUSC.
- Program timeline: This program will last 15 weeks with opportunities during both the Fall ’22 and Spring ’23 semester. There’s a minimum time commitment of one day a week, though scheduling is flexible.
Who should apply: Pre-med students, particularly those interested in neurosurgery.
How to apply: complete the online application by Friday, August 5 at 11:59 p.m. To be considered, candidates must upload an updated resume and their unofficial transcript, and will be asked to answer several free-response questions.