JMSA would like to welcome its newly elected members of Executive Board for the 2013-2014 school year:
President: Amanda Goldstone
Vice President: Josh Kalisky
Co-Curricular Coordinator: Cara Staszewski
Treasurer: Jeff Lankowsky
Social Chairs/Event Coordinators: Scott Evans and Michael Taylor
Liaison to Hillel MD & Webmaster: Dan Malach
We look forward to exciting new events and opportunities in the coming year!
Everyone here at WSU SOM JMSA would like to wish you and your loved ones l'shana tovah umetukah!
Well, aren't you glad THAT'S over! The M1s have just finished their their first exams in Gross Anatomy and Histology while the M2s are already done with exams #2 and #3.
Needless to say, it has been a busy two weeks for everyone, but now we can all relax, right?
What are you thinking? To med students, relaxation is just a 10-letter word.
In any event, JMSA will be hosting its first mass meeting within the next week or so (still working out the details on that one) and we will be participating in . . .
Bowling/Bar Night on September 13!
So mark your calendars and we hope to see you there!
Updates on the
Greetings! The Jewish Medical Student Association at Wayne State University School of Medicine is pleased to announce the election of our new executive board for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Our new officers are:
President - Alex Tapper
Vice-President - Samantha Bruni
Treasurer - Alex Greenstein
Social Chair - Mia Miller
Liaison to Hillel of Metropolitan Detroit - Jared Goldberg
Co-Curricular Coordinators - Stephanie Baum and Elise Gross
Please check back regularly to this website for more information about JMSA, Hillel, and WSU School of Medicine events!
I'm very excited to (finally) launch the all-new, never-before-seen, Jewish Medical Student Association website here at jmsa.weebly.com
This webpage was thought up sometime in the summer of 2011 and will hopefully be a hub for information regarding JMSA happenings and upcoming events. In addition, this site will offer helpful resources to make going to medical school a little easier on us poor, unfortunate souls.
Check out the different tabs on the top of the page and let me know if you would like to see something new!
Here's to our first million (ten?) hits!