Future Doctors

                      1227.jpg                  Future Doctors was established to offer high school students a bird’s eye view of the medical profession. This program offers guest speakers from a variety of medical specialties, and includes hands-on activities tied directly to the speakers’ specialty. This program currently draws its audience from schools as far south as Provo and as far north as Ogden. 

Location

Due to current events and social distancing requirements posed by the COVID-19 virus, all activities and events will be held virtually through Canvas for the 2020-2021 program.

Date & Time

Online access for the current month's activities and event will open on the first day of the month and will close at midnight the last day of the month. Registration for each month is required to participate.

 

October

Brian C. Stagg, MD, specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma. He also performs cataract surgery and has a special interest in geriatric ophthalmology.

Description: Anatomy and function of the human eye

Registration Closed

November

Cheryl Pirozzi, MD, MSCI, Department of Internal Medicine Specializing  in pulmonary and advanced lung diseases

Registration Closed

January

Francis M Filloux MD, is a Professor in the Pediatric Neurology Division at the University of Utah and Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. He is a general child neurologist who sees children with all forms of neurological disease, having special interest in tic disorders, Tourette's, and neurobehavioral problems.

Registration Closed

February

Stephan J. Summers MD, General urologist with a  special interest in the management of benign prostate diseases, complicated kidney stones, and minimally invasive procedures. national leader in having completed hundreds of robotic simple prostatectomies for prostates greater 100 grams. 

Registration Closed

February Live 

ZOOM Event

 

Much anticipated Live and interactive Zoom event complete with student panel will be held on Tuesday February 16, 2021 between 5:00 - 6:00pm MT. Registratiopn is required and upon registration a link to RSVP and zoom info will be sent. 

Registration Closed

 March

Lindsey J. May MD, Pediatric Cardiology faculty member at the University of Utah provides inpatient and outpatient care in pediatric heart failure and transplantation as well as general pediatric cardiology care. Clinical interests include mechanical support in children with advanced heart failure, as well as re-transplantation, and the anticoagulation management of pediatric cardiac patients. She helps oversee the Ventricular Assist Device program at Primary Children’s as well as the outpatient anticoagulation care of Heart Center patients.

Registration Closed

Contact Us

By email: somdiversity@hsc.utah.edu

By phone: 801-587-7672