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Visiting Minority Clerkship

Cosponsored by The Lindenbaum-Thomson Society, The Division of General Medicine, Office of Student Affairs, and Office of Multicultural Affairs of Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons, the LTS Visiting Minority Clerkship is a one month clerkship for qualified fourth year minority medical students interested in a career in Internal Medicine. Students will rotate on an inpatient hospitalist unit where students will be assigned a faculty advisor and throughtout the month will have formal and informal opportunities to interact with faculty, housestaff, and students of color.Living expenses and housing, where applicable, will be provided by the University and the usual application fee for a visiting clerkship will be waived.

Interested students should address inquiries to:
William Turner, MD at wt62@columbia.edu for more information and application materials.

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