2018 Forum Sessions
The Admissions Forum Sessions are informative presentations led by University of Washington School of Medicine Admissions Dean, LeeAnna Muzquiz, MD. These sessions are designed for prospective first-time applicants, and re-applicants. The content focuses on what the University of Washington School of Medicine expects from applicants. All applicants are encouraged to attend in person or view the recorded videos prior to applying to the UWSOM.
Please visit our Facebook page to keep up to date with our scheduled sessions.
Videos for prospective students
- 2018 Forum Session I: "The Application", Carol Teitz, M.D., Retired UWSOM Admissions Dean
- 2018 Forum Session II: "The Interview", LeeAnna Muzquiz, M.D., UWSOM Admissions Dean
- If you applied and were not offered an interview.
2018 General Information Sessions
Our general information sessions are intended for applicants who are planning to apply to medical school and are not familiar with the application process or timeline. These sessions are not as useful to applicants already in the application process.
These topics will be covered: UWSOM's mission, admissions process and the application.
Registration is required to attend. These sessions are in person only and not offered as webinars.
The UWSOM is committed to exemplary graduate medical education (GME). Each year approximately 1600 residents and fellows train in GME programs in Washington state. Through initiatives to bring together thought and practice leaders we are making significant strides to improve GME for our region and beyond. To this end, UWSOM holds a GME Summit approximately every other year to share information and discuss important GME topics such as GME reform, developing new GME programs, financing GME, program innovations and interprofessional training, to name a few.