The goal of the Rice Alumni in Medicine (RAM) alumni group is to serve as a platform for collaboration between healthcare alumni, the medical community and Rice University students. RAM members facilitate this goal through student support, mentorship opportunities, lifelong learning and professional networking.

Join Rice Alumni in Medicine today!

To learn more about the group and become involved, please contact us at ram@ricealumni.net.

Volunteer your time for the Rice Pre-Medical Society!

Dear Rice University Alumni Physicians,

The Rice Pre-Medical Society is an active student organization dedicated to supporting Rice’s large pre-medical student population on their path to medical school and successful careers in medicine. However, many of our programs and resources depend upon the expertise and involvement of Rice alumni physicians in the Houston area like you! Below, you will find brief descriptions of several RPMS programs seeking volunteers with your experience and enthusiasm.

Big Owls/Little Owls Program (BOP) - A mentorship program that connects a small group of Rice undergraduates with medical students and physicians. Meetings are held monthly in a casual setting, promoting discussion of medical issues and topics outside of academics, such as lifestyle, aspirations, and what it is actually like to be a medical student or physician. (Offered Fall-Spring semesters beginning September 2017)

Educational Activities - Activities are coordinated periodically throughout the school year for undergraduates to learn about and explore different aspects of a career in medicine. These unique educational opportunities include lectures, discussion panels, and hands-on experiences with physicians and medical students. Topics we plan on introducing include The Path to Medical School, A Day in the Life of a Physician, Women in Medicine, Suture Clinics, Exploring Other Health Professions, and more. (Offered Fall-Spring semesters beginning September 2017)

2018 Medical Speaker Conference - The sixth annual Medical Speaker Conference will explore the theme: the future of healthcare. If you have any unique experiences in this topic and are interested in speaking at the conference, the event offers a great opportunity to address Rice undergraduates with similar interests/concerns. (January 27, 2018)

Mock Medical School Interviews – As interviews are a critical step in the medical school application process, alumni physicians will conduct mock interviews for Rice applicants to provide useful feedback on their performance and help them become comfortable with the interviewing process. (Dates TBD–February 2018)

If you are interested in any program, please read through the attached information and fill out the survey below for us to gather your contact information, we will put you in touch with the appropriate RPMS officer.

Survey: https://goo.gl/forms/XEXzTpH7ac2i0LIN2

Sincerely,

Julia Ng (wn3@rice.edu) Ani Chatterjee (ac93@rice.edu)
2017-2018 RPMS President & Vice President
rpms@rice.edu

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Rice Alumni in Medicine Pinning Ceremony

Rice Alumni in Medicine Pinning Ceremony
Thursday, May 11, 2017
4–6:00 p.m.
Grand Hall | Rice Memorial Center
Rice University

Join Rice Alumni in Medicine (RAM) as we honor and celebrate graduating pre-health students and welcome them to the Rice alumni community.

During the ceremony, attendees will be officially inducted into RAM; they will receive a certificate and a RAM pin that they can proudly display on their white coats as they start their journey in medicine or associated health professions.

During the event, graduating pre-health students will receive a pin and hear remarks from Dr. Virginia Moyer, the Vice President for Quality and MOC at the American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Moyer received the Association of Rice Alumni 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award. She previously served as Chief Medical Quality Officer at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston. In 2011, Dr. Moyer was named by Time Magazine as a “Person Who Mattered” for her work as chair of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.

Refreshments will be served. The event is free, but an RSVP is required. The deadline to respond is May 9. When registering, please be sure to include an RSVP for your parents, family members, and guests.

RSVP at http://alumni.rice.edu/events/rice-alumni-in-medicine-ram-pinning-ceremony-1