Welcome to the Latino Medical Student Association!
We are a medical student-driven non-profit organization dedicated to improving healthcare for Latino communities and mentoring future physicians in the Midwest and the rest of the US.
URGENT: Update Your Membership Profile Today!
LMSA has moved to a new member management platform, Join It! As a result,you will need to set up your new membership profile ASAP.
Please follow these steps to do so:
- Visit the Join It login page.
- Click the "Forgot Password?" link.
- Type in the email address associated with your membership.
- Use the password reset link sent to your email to set a password and access your profile.
- Once logged in, click on the Edit Membership Info button.
- Complete the form fields and hit Update Member Information.
This process will need to be completed before registering for this year's LMSA conferences. Please email if you encounter any issues with this process. Thank you!
MS4 Visiting Clerkship Opportunities
Rising MS4s, make sure to check out the Resources and Opportunities Page for information about several visiting clerkships offered at schools across the nation. Clerkships are available in a variety of specialties and many are sponsored by the respective schools' diversity offices. Apply soon before spots fill up!
Want Your Chapter to Be Featured?
We want to display your LMSA chapter's activities and events to both recognize the amazing events going on in the Midwest Region, and to share these ideas with other chapters. Activities will be featured here on the LMSA MW website homepage, as well as on our Activities Page. Share what your chapter has been up to by sending photos with captions and/or event descriptions to email@example.com. We can't wait to see all our chapters' amazing work.
LMSA Midwest Announcements!
The purpose of the Minority Ophthalmology Mentoring program is to increase diversity in the field of ophthalmology by helping underrepresented in medicine (URiM) students become competitive ophthalmology residency applicants. Students receive one-on-one mentorship, valuable guidance in medical career planning, networking opportunities and access to a variety of educational resources. Students selected to participate in the Minority Ophthalmology Mentoring program are required to attend Student Engagement Weekend in Las Vegas on Nov. 14 and 15, 2020.
Please visit https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5025864/class-of-2020 for more information. Application deadline for the 2020 class is June 15, 2020, 5 PM PST.
The Stanford Department of Ophthalmology invites your medical students to apply to the SCORE (Stanford Clinical Opportunity for Residency Experience) Program. This program provides a $2000 stipend, dedicated mentorship, and free housing (which can otherwise be a challenge in the San Francisco Bay Area) to URiM, economically, educationally, or socially disadvantaged medical students and others whose backgrounds and experiences would diversify their clinical fields. This program is also available for a number of other medical specialties at Stanford. Please visit https://med.stanford.edu/