ENDOMETRIOSIS FELLOWSHIP & COURSE
ENDOMETRIOSIS FELLOWSHIP & COURSE FOR PRE-MED UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Worldwide EndoMarch and the Nezhat Family Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of the first ever Endometriosis Fellowship & Course for pre-med and public health undergraduates, taking place this July 2018 at two locations: University of California (UCSF), Mission Bay Campus, and Stanford University’s Li Ka Shing Center.
SOLVING THE GLOBAL SHORTAGE OF ENDO SPECIALISTS
With today’s global shortage of endometriosis specialists, the Endometriosis Fellowship & Course will help solve this urgent unmet need, by encouraging young students to specialize in one of the most common, yet least researched and misunderstood chronic diseases of our era.
Click here to register for the Stanford University Campus Course
Click here to register for the UCSF Mission Bay Campus Course
OVERVIEW OF THE PROGRAM
The Endometriosis Fellowship & Course is free of charge and is a total of 8 consecutive weeks long (Saturday, July 7th – Friday, August 24, 2018). Students will get a unique opportunity to study under Professor Camran Nezhat, M.D., EndoMarch Founder, inventor of video laparoscopy, and the world’s leading expert on endometriosis. Students can register online for either the Stanford or UCSF campuses, on a first come, first serve basis. If both locations for the July 2018 course are full, students can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, to be added to the waiting list for future courses.
See below for the schedule & curriculum.
CLASSROOM COURSE SCHEDULE: 4 WEEKS
START: Saturday, July 7, 2018
END: Saturday, July 28, 2018
DAYS/TIME: Saturdays, 10 am – 12 noon (Stanford Campus)
DAYS/TIME: Saturdays, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm (UCSF Campus)
LOCATION: Two Locations: Stanford University or UCSF