Event tomorrow and update on Angelica!
We hope to see you at the Polish American Medical Society event tomorrow! See details below:
Please join the Polish American Medical Society in partnership with Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine for a Physician Panel aimed at high school and college students aspiring to attend medical school. Learn about differences in training and application processes in the US vs. abroad. The event will take place on Jan 14, 2017 @ 9.30 am at Loyola University School of Medicine, 2160 S 1st Ave Room # 390, Maywood IL 60153 organized by Dr Bartosz Wojewnik, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic/Spine Surgery at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine (https://www.loyolamedicine.org/doctor/bartosz-wojewnik).
Here is an update on a board member that is an integral part of our team, Angelica Rusilowski:
Angelica Rusilowski is currently in her first year of graduate school at Columbia University, where she is completing her Master of Public Health (MPH) degree. After moving to NYC, she became involved in multiple extracurriculars on and off-campus. Angelica is President of the student organization Students for the Promotion of Integrative Medicine (SPIM) and an active member of Future Healthcare Leaders at the Mailman School of Public Health. During her free time she writes blog posts and organizes events for another student organization, Students for the Promotion of Integrative Medicine. She also, enjoys spending time traveling during the academic year, whenever possible. Over the past few months she has visited Boston, Montreal, and more recently Hawaii during winter break. This summer, Angelica will be applying to medical school for the first time and she is looking forward to finding out where she ends up after completing her graduate studies. She will also be starting her practicum or field work during this time where she will be putting her epidemiological skills to the test. Lastly, she is excited to start blogging for SPAPP, alongside her fellow board members during the coming months!
Angelica’s posts will highlight:
- Female leadership
- Women in medicine
- Graduate school application and admissions
- Navigating your healthcare career path- how do I choose?
- Options for your gap year