The Beat is the University of Kansas Medical Center's new student involvement system that helps students become engaged on campus and manage their experiences outside of the classroom.
The American College of Medical Genetics Student Interest group is a group dedicated to advocating for the roles of genetics in medicine and presenting students and faculty with topics about the importance of genetics in medicine.
The AMA Medical Student Section (MSS) is dedicated to representing medical students, improving medical education, developing leadership, and promoting activism for the health of America.
The American Medical Women’s Association aims to foster an enriching environment for women in science and the medical profession. We hope to give back to the community through a variety of events spreading awareness about women’s health issues.
The American Physician Scientists Association (APSA) is a national organization dedicated to addressing the needs of future physician scientists with respect to their training and career development.
Welcome! The goal of the Anesthesia Student Interest Group is to expose students to the field of anesthesiology, promoting awareness and interest, as well as educating students about the role anesthesiologists serve.
AUSN represents undergraduate nursing students through collaboration with faculty and administration in the School of Nursing and the KUMC campus. The organization also seeks to promote the wellbeing and involvement of undergraduate nursing students.
Baby Jay is the KUMC mascot. Baby Jay's antics can entertain a crowd and infuse school spirit into any occasion. KUMC departments and student groups can arrange for Baby Jay to appear at campus-related events.Let Baby Jay liven up your next event!
Care4Kids is an organization that pairs KUMC students with the children of KU Pediatrics and allows them to visit their assigned "buddies" while they are in the hospital. We also host events on the pediatric unit and fund-raise for the families.
CMSA is a place for Medical Students to meet and exchange relevant medical discussion as it relates to Catholic faith.