Who is eligible to participate in Doctors of Tomorrow?
High School Students
Applications are currently limited to only 9th graders at Cass Technical High School or The School at Marygrove. They typically open in September!
Look for us during Second Look Weekend. If you miss us there, we will send an email to the entire M1 class during the first couple weeks of school to recruit mentors.
As a student organization, we rely on your donations to keep the program running! Please consider donating to Doctors of Tomorrow today.
Not a student at Cass Tech High School or the School at Marygrove?
For those students who are interested in participating in a similar program but do not attend Cass Tech or the School at Marygrove, please reach out to the following programs: Center for Educational Outreach, Michigan Health Sciences Summer Institute, Melanin in Medicine. Students graduating from high school can also look into colleges with combined BA/MD or BS/MD programs.
Diversity in Medicine Conference
The aim of this meeting is to unite students and faculty from across North America to further a dialogue about increasing diversity within the field of medicine and foster collaboration between individuals involved in initiatives in this sphere. The conference events will include keynote speakers, panels, posters and oral presentations, interactive workshops, networking and social events.
The Diversity in Medicine Conference is hosted by the Doctors of Tomorrow Program at the University of Michigan Medical School. The planning committee of the conference welcomes abstract submissions on primary research projects or innovative programs that address the need to increase diversity among health care providers. Submissions for poster and oral presentations will be accepted. Please send all inquiries about the conference to email@example.com.
In 2015, we began to partner with grassroots organizations in the Detroit community. The students and organizations worked together to create a Community Health Capstone Project. The capstone project provides students with the opportunity to work in small teams lead by medical student leaders to identify a community health issue and partner with a local organization. Students visit the local organization and present their proposed solutions at a formal symposium.
Our community partners for this project have included:
Thank You To Our Donors
We are so grateful for the generous support of our donors who make the Doctors of Tomorrow Program possible, including: