Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association

Description

The Asian Pacific American Medical Students Association (APAMSA) is a national organization of medical and pre-medical students committed to addressing the unique health challenges of Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) communities.

One part of our mission is to bring together Asians, Pacific Islanders, and others interested in the health issues that affect Asians and Pacific Islanders so that we may have a strong, collective, public and political voice. We are interested in both directly promoting the health and well-being of the Asian and Pacific Islander community as well as in helping all health care workers who work with these communities understand how to care for the Asian and Pacific Islander patient in a culturally sensitive manner. Finally, APAMSA provides an important forum for APIA medical students to meet, exchange information and experiences and develop personally and professionally.

 

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Officers

  • President: Daniel To (dto1@luc.edu)
  • Vice-President: Jisoo Kaylin Kim (jkim69@luc.edu)
  • Community Outreach: Shamika Kayo Robinson (srobinson15@luc.edu)
  • Treasurer: Yvonne Ho (yho1@luc.edu)
  • Social Chair: Esther Shim (eshim@luc.edu)

Faculty Advisor

 

APAMSA 2016-2017