Subject: Register for the World Pre-Health Conference!
Are you a pre-health student looking to gain insight into the medical field,
make connections with healthcare professionals, and join a community with
other like-minded students?
If so, then register today for the World Pre-Health Conference!
The World Pre-Health Conference at Harvard University is a free-to-attend
conference for pre-health students at universities across the world taking
place March 26-27, 2022. This year, according to guidance from public health
authorities and Harvard University, the 2022 World Pre-Health Conference will
be held in a virtual format. We are looking forward to connecting attendees
across the entire globe in advancing health, and are confident in our ability
to provide engaging, meaningful experiences after the immense success of WPC
2021. Notably, given these circumstances, the application for the conference
will be free.
The conference will feature a variety of speakers from a wide range of health
fields, pre-health-focused events and competitions, and even the opportunity
to be paired with a mentor in the medical field. This year’s conference
will include a surgical skills workshop, quiz bowl competition, and keynote
presentations from renowned speakers.
Last year’s conference featured brilliant keynote speakers like
Editor-in-Chief of Science magazine Dr. Holden Thorp and National Book
Critics Circle Awardee Dr. Anne Fadiman. This year, we are excited to
announce that WPC is back and better than ever, featuring an exciting lineup
of speakers, events, and activities.
The Round One (Priority) Application Deadline is January 25th! To sign up,
please click the link below!
The World Pre-Health Conference Board
Contact Person: World Pre-Health Conference Board
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