We have many clubs which provide a range of social, spiritual, civic and intellectual events on campus and throughout the community in DC. We also welcome any new ideas for clubs that people wish to start. Or, if you see an inactive club you wish to start again, please contact the student council for help in doing so.
- American Medical Association (AMA)
- American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)
- Anesthesiology Interest Group
- Arts & Medicine
- Association of Women Surgeons
- Beautification Committee
- Benjamin Rush Institute
- Big Hoya Little Saxa
- Big Sib Lecture Series
- Blue & Grey Scholars
- Business & Leadership in Medical Practice (BLIMP)
- Cardiology Interest Group
- Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship at GUSOM
- Catholic Medical Association
- Christian Medical Association
- DACA and Undocumented Student Awareness Club
- Do No Harm Coalition
- Domestic Violence Awareness Group
- Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)
- Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG)
- Georgetown Eye Health Initiative
- Georgetown Medical AIDS Advocacy Network (GMAAN)
- Georgetown Street Medicine Outreach (GSMO)
- Healing Through the Arts
- Holistic and Integrative Medicine Interest Group (HIMIG)
- Hoya Health Academy
- Hoya MedAlliance
- Hoyas Interested in Psychiatry (HIP)
- Infectious Disease Interest Group (One Health)
- Inmate Wellness Interest Group
- Internal Medicine Interest Group (IMIG)
- International Health Interest Group (IHIG)
- Interprofessional Interest Group
- Interventional Radiology Interest Group
- IronMed Triathlon
- Medical Students Alumni Ambassadors (MSAA)
- Medical Students for Life (MSFL)
- Military Medicine Interest Group
- Neurosurgery Interest Group
- Ob/Gyn Interest Group
- Oncology Interest Group
- Orthopaedic Interest Group
- Pathology Student Interest Group
- Patient Safety Interest Group
- Pediatrics Interest Group
- Physicians for Human Rights
- Plastic Surgery Interest Group
- PM&R Interest Group
- Population Health Interest Group
- Radiology Interest Group
- Resilience in Medical School Student Club
- Sports Medicine Interest Group
- Street Medicine Interest Group
- Student Interest Group in Neurology (SIGN)
- Student Research Advisory Committee
- Student Medical Education Committee (SMEC)
- Student National Medical Association (SNMA)
- Surgery Interest Group (SIG)
Georgetown's AMA Chapter empowers medical students to learn about and contribute to the field of medicine through advocacy, community service and education.
The American Medical Women’s Association focuses at the local, national, and international level to advance women in medicine and improve women’s heath. This organization is non-specialty specific and involves women in all capacities of medicine – including medical student’s, residents, and attending’s – and provides and develops leadership, advocacy, education, mentoring, and strategic alliances.
A group designed to promote student interest in the field of Anesthesiology.
- Mia Garino firstname.lastname@example.org
- Twyla Jaymes email@example.com
- Malcolm Magovern firstname.lastname@example.org
- Andjela Pehar email@example.com
Arts & Medicine is a student organization leading the effort to enhance patient care and medical education through the arts and creative programming. We organize music therapy volunteer trips to the pediatric floors, publish Scope (an annual creative journal), and host open mics along with many other creative workshops. Through creative and reflective exercise, we encourage the professional formation of physicians in the cura personalis tradition while pushing our members to find their magic (“do more”).
Jet Navia firstname.lastname@example.org
The Association of Women Surgeons is a national organization with the mission to inspire, encourage, and enable women surgeons to realize their professional and personal goals.
Lauren Kerivan email@example.com
Advocates on behalf of the student body to improve the aesthetics and functionality of student facilities and student life on campus and strives to enhance communication between all members of the GUSOM community to accomplish goals, working it the Executive Council, Student Council, Dean's Office, Library, Medical Students Parents Council and University Housekeeping and Facilities departments.
BRI is a national organization which seeks to foster meaningful discussion of market-driven solutions to the prevailing problems in healthcare.
Big Hoya Little Saxa (BHLS) is a community-based student organization that aims to promote healthy lifestyle and positive peer-to-peer interactions for the children of DC General Family Shelter. First and second year medical students volunteer at DC General to put on a monthly activity day for residents ages 5-16. We have crafts, snacks, and science activities--but our main focus is reading.
The goal of the Blue & Gray Scholars Program is to increase student engagement amongst underrepresented groups in medicine while encouraging medical students to engage the community and train the next generation of physicians by partnering with the senior Anatomy class at Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School.
Increase leadership and business teaching principles to medical students.
Promote and cultivate interest within the field of cardiology. Educate students on features of this specialty.
Chi Alpha is an organization for Christian and non-Christian medical students alike to investigate the claims of Christ, while building a supportive community to encourage one another on their journey in medical school.
The Catholic Medical Association student group is an interest group for students who are curious to explore and practice medicine within a Catholic context and to provide support and fellowship for Catholic students here at GUSOM.
Carolyn Fridley firstname.lastname@example.org
To promote Christian community at GUMC and encourage intellectual discussion about spiritual life in medicine.
The mission of this club is to raise awareness of the presence and struggles of DACA and undocumented students in the healthcare field as well as to fight for more resources on campus.
Ayalivis De La Rosa
Danny Flautero Jdf91@georgetown.edu
The mission of EMIG is to promote interest in Emergency Medicine. We will provide opportunities for students to work with excellent physicians in clinical, research, and simulation settings that will enhance their interest and pave the way to a pursue a career in this exciting field.
Alexander Oster email@example.com
The Georgetown Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) is a student-run organization that is supported by the Department of Family Medicine and the American Academy of Family Physicians. We have created a supportive environment for medical students to explore Family Medicine as a field, learn more about career opportunities in Family Medicine, develop personal relationships with Family Medicine faculty and residents, learn clinical skills and have some fun.
The Georgetown Eye Health Initiative provides free vision screenings and eye health education to the underserved and homeless.
GMAAN provides opt-out HIV testing to patients at Georgetown University Hospital's Emergency Department. All testing is conducted and coordinated by students.
Georgetown Street Medicine Outreach (GSMO) is a student-run organization that reaches out to people who live in public parks, alleyways, under bridges, campsites, or abandoned areas. Students conduct street rounds with a physician(s) and a formerly homeless outreach guide, providing point-of-care testing, socks, hygiene items, clothing, and information regarding local resources. For more information, go here.
Robin Megill: firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of Healing Through the Arts will be to give students an opportunity to express themselves through their own encounter with art, to encourage understanding of the importance of art therapy, and to enable students to use art in order to help heal current and future patients.
The mission of the Hoya Health Academy is to improve health literacy in our city’s most vulnerable youth populations.
Rui Soares email@example.com
Hoya MedAlliance, which represents LGBTQI+ students and allies, advocates for the improvement of health issues within the LGBTQ community at large. It also provides opportunities to socialize with other graduate programs at Georgetown University and the other medical schools in Washington, DC.
Hoyas Interested in Psychiatry is a group for medical students to learn about the specialty of psychiatry and mental health topics.
Joshua McCall firstname.lastname@example.org
1) educate and bring awareness to medical student population about possible health disparities in prisons 2) health outreach education talks in DMV prisons
Anu Murthy email@example.com
Aisha Lott firstname.lastname@example.org
One Health-Infectious Disease Interest Group is a student interest group at GUSOM with the mission to cultivate deeper understanding of and broader interest in the field of Infectious Disease, facilitate opportunities for students to explore the medical specialty of Infectious Disease via exposure of emerging domestic and transnational health issues related to the field, and better understand the interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental health.
Halsie Donaldson email@example.com
Joey White firstname.lastname@example.org
The Internal Medicine Interest Group, provides students with an opportunity to learn more about general internal medicine, as well the various sub-specialties within internal medicine.
IHIG seeks to raise awareness of global health concerns and help students engage in various topics surrounding international health.
Karen Schirm email@example.com
Andrew Crocker firstname.lastname@example.org
The Interprofessional Interest Group works with nursing, pharmacy, and other health professions students to work together as a cohesive unit toward the common goal of building a safer and better patient-centered U.S. healthcare system. Successful initiatives to date include: simulation center experiences where nursing students taught medical students sterile technique, blood draw, IV placement, and Foley catheter insertion, a joint medical and nursing student run flu-shot and PPD placement clinic, and “Interprofessional Education Day” (April 2017) for medical, nursing, and pharmacy students. Future projects include planning a blood-draw/titers clinic, medical students teaching a nursing clinical pharmacology exam review session, “Hospital 101: Coordinating Roles of the Interprofessional Healthcare team” and “Introduction to Rounding”, as well as a joint community service project.
To raise awareness for the growing field of Interventional Radiology and afford students the opportunity for early exposure to research, shadowing, and lectures given by current Interventional Radiologists.
The LLCIG brings the spirit of Cura Personalis to light by exploring the role of palliative care when medicine falls short — when patients face a diagnosis without a “fix”. We work to combat the stigma of discussing death by facilitating conversations with health care professionals from all medical specialties, and to educate students about end of life conversations through our ongoing Legacy Project.
Jessica Burlile email@example.com
Abi Norwood firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Students for life is a group of future physicians committed to developing sustainable patient health care, by advocating person-centered medicine and defending conscience rights. We believe in rediscovering the doctor-patient relationship with care for every patient–regardless of race, developmental stage, socioeconomic status, and special needs.
Georgetown Medical Student Alumnni Ambassadors (MSAA) is a group that creates and fosters a relationship between current Georgetown Medical students and Alumni, to strengthen the connection to the School of Medicine!
A group for HPSP students and those interested in military medicine to gain exposure to the unique aspects of military medicine.
The purpose of the Neurosurgery Interest Group (NSIG) is to increase the interest and awareness of medical students considering a career in neurosurgery through presentations, demonstrations and journal club meetings.
This group is for students with any interest in learning more about the field of obstetrics and gynecology via speakers, hands-on workshops, and career panels.
The Oncology Interest Group (OncIG) promotes the interest of medical students in all aspects of oncology through research opportunities, talks and fundraising events, and encourages community involvement benefiting patients.
The Orthopaedic Interest Group is a club focused on stimulating interest, scholarship, and career discernment within musculoskeletal medicine. We hold journal clubs reviewing orthopaedic literature with residents and attending surgeons, as well as attend Orthopaedic Grand Rounds. We host speakers, disseminate research opportunities, and organize fundraisers for diseases related to musculoskeletal health.
To educate and inspire the next generation of leaders in the field of pathology and laboratory medicine.
The IHI Open School exists to advance quality improvement and patient safety competencies in the next generation of health professionals. The Georgetown chapter has created a forum for like-minded healthcare students, residents, and professionals to interact and help each other gain skills to improve care.
We aim to give students extra exposure to the field of pediatrics by giving them the opportunity to engage with children in both a clinical and non-clinical setting, as well as hear from pediatric experts on various topics relevant to the specialty. We hope to spur more interest in the field of pediatrics and support students who wish to pursue a medical career in this primary care specialty.
Phi Delta Epsilon welcomes all students who wish to enhance their experiences here at GUSoM through educational, social, community service opportunities, and more!
PHR empowers medical students and physicians to use their unique skill set and influence to fight for human rights issues across the globe.
The goal of the Plastic Surgery Interest Group is to offer students the opportunity to learn more about the field of Plastic Surgery. We aim to accomplish this by having presentations, workshops, and activities that will excite students about the field of Plastic Surgery.
The Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Interest Group is dedicated to showcasing the diverse field of PM&R to medical students of all classes by organizing lectures and workshops, facilitating shadowing opportunities, and assisting with the residency application process.
Samuel Lawrence email@example.com
Nolan Gall firstname.lastname@example.org
To expose students to the field of population health through various speakers, organizations, and workshops.
The Radiology Interest Group hopes to raise interest in the field of radiology and provide resources for prospective radiologists.
Our mission is to introduce students to the principals of, and opportunities in, the developing field of Aerospace Medicine.
Brandon Passano email@example.com
Andrew Horn firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sports Medicine IG is about exposing students to the various medical specialties that work with athletes.
The Student Interest Group in Neurology (SIGN) seeks to stimulate and deepen student interest in neurology at GUSOM by providing students opportunities to learn from neurologists and neuroscientists about what the field has to offer.
Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is the largest and oldest student organization focused on increasing diversity in medicine and support medical students of color. We are committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent and socially conscious physicians.
To enable GUSOM students to explore their interest in the field of surgery by engaging with faculty from various surgical fields and spending time in the OR as a preclinical student.
Please fill out the form below in its entirely in order to receive a reimbursement for your club's spending. Before you begin you will need to make sure you have a few things:
1. A supplier ID from Georgetown (If you don't here is the link! Supplier ID Website )
2. A photo of the receipt from spending
3. Your CCO's name
CCOs check weekly to look for reimbursement requests after which you should have the money into your account in 1-2 weeks. If you have any questions please consult the student leadership handbook or your CCO. If you have previously filled out this form and still have not gotten your money in a month please contact our Vice President Aash Dhruva at email@example.com