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Medicine Students and professor looking at an x-ray

Freshman to Physician Seminar

In celebration of MLK weekend, IU Northwest, the IU Northwest School of Medicine-Northwest, and POP on Youth Violence, Inc. are hosting a Freshman to Physician seminar in the Bergland Auditorium on Saturday, January 13th. 
Registration starts at 8:30 a.m.

med students at IU Northwest looking at an x-ray and listening to a professor

Day will include:

  • Interactive sessions with different “cases”
  • Discussions Pre-Med and Medical Students with local Medical Doctors, Dentists, Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners
  • Lunch provided for students
  • Tours of the IU School of Medicine - Northwest

Offered to all high school grade levels of underserved & underrepresented minority students.

Register today to reserve your spot. Hurry! Space is limited.

The event is dedicated to the vision of POP’s Health Professional Enrichment Program to increase the number of underserved, underrepresented high school students choosing careers in medicine, dentistry, and allied health professions.

Indiana University Northwest offers the premier pre-med college program in Northwest Indiana. The IU School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW), located on the same campus, is the region’s only medical school. The IU Northwest College of Arts and Sciences offers pre-professional tracks in medicine, dentistry, optometry, physical and occupational therapy, chiropractic, podiatry, and pharmacology. Students may pursue these studies in connection with four-year degree programs in biology, chemistry or psychology, which are the most popular pre-professional study tracks at IU Northwest.