Medical Student Grand Rounds
Medical Student Grand Rounds (MSGR) is a lecture series delivered by UCCOM medical students. This opportunity allows presenters to select broad topics of interest and translate them into talks that can be appreciated by a wide audience. MSGR facilitates peer-to-peer exchange of knowledge and amplifies the student perspective on important topics in medicine. The talks are held in-person monthly on Tuesdays in room E351 and simultaneously aired live via virtual platform.
Details regarding upcoming Medical Student Grand Rounds may be found on LEO.
Apply Now to present at Medical Student Grand Rounds in the Fall 2022 semester!
- 20-30 minutes talk designed to highlight outstanding MedCat experiences through a grand rounds-style presentation
- Topic should have wide educational value to the student body and College of Medicine at-large.
- Talk should focus on work the student is directly involved with and/or a topic they seek to better understand.
- Talk must be rooted in evidence-based medicine and include literature review of the topic.
Sign up for a great opportunity to grow your CV through a meaningful capstone experience while educating out student body on important themes in medicine by nominating yourself or a peer via the MSGR Topic Proposal Form.
Medical Student Grand Rounds Archive
Amy Thompson MD
Director of Medical Student Research Initiatives
Medical Sciences Building 4556C
231 Albert Sabin Way
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0526
CARE/Crawley Building E870
3290 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0555