In Georgetown's Medical Immersion, you'll get a snapshot of a first-year medical school curriculum while exploring topics ranging from neuroscience and pathology to anatomy, immunity, cardiology, and endocrinology. Over the course of the program, you'll have opportunities to gain hands-on practice through lab work and field work, including human cadaveric dissections, patient case studies and simulations, blood pressure testing, and microscopic examinations of prepared slides and dissections. You'll leave the program with a deeper understanding of the world of medicine, as well as the tools that prepare you to pursue medical school.
Includes tuition, housing, and 19 meals per week
How You'll Benefit
Connect with thought leaders and practitioners in the field of medicine
Analyze metabolic disorders
Perform blood pressure testing
Visit the Georgetown University Medical Center Gross Anatomy Lab
Work in a lab setting and practice modern medical techniques
Hear guest lectures from experts within the D.C. medical community
Connect with Georgetown faculty and medical staff
Create a research-based poster tied to a theme from the program
Program Format & Subject Areas
As a student in the Medical Immersion, you'll spend your time engaged in a combination of class sessions, field trips, hands-on workshops, group discussions, and extracurricular activities. Throughout the course of the program, you'll have the opportunity to explore subject areas including:
Current medical trends
Gastrointestinal and renal systems
Organs and Body Cavities
During the Medical Immersion, you'll visit the Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. In order to attend this off-site visit, you must complete the Shock Trauma Center Consent Form and submit it as an attachment when uploading your Campus Life Forms.
This program gave me a new perspective on college that I never had up until this point. Georgetown is an amazing school in an amazing city, and this program showed me that.
The program offers so much–from the off-site visits to the daily lectures and the on campus activities. The lectures were interesting, meeting new people was great and the off-site visits were interactive and intriguing.
This is a course that I would definitely recommend as both Georgetown and the professors were very hands-on and provided a great pre-university experience.
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