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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
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McGaw Medical Center welcomes all SNMA AMEC attendees to learn more about our community.

McGaw is committed to fostering safe learning and well-being in a culture emphasizing the progressive evolution of graduate medical education training. We ensure excellent teaching, innovative research and the personal and intellectual growth of our residents and fellows, and we're dedicated to the highest standards of clinical patient care. Learn below about our diverse academic community's programs, residencies and fellowships.
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Daniel Hale Williams Society

The Daniel Hale Williams Society promotes and facilitates Black or African American male career development and matriculation to medical school.
Learn about the Daniel Hale Williams Society
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Emma Reynolds Circle

The Emma Reynolds Circle is a community for African American women students, residents, fellows and physicians at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.
Learn about the Emma Reynolds Circle

Underrepresented Residents & Fellows Forum (NMURFF)

Founded in 2011, NMURFF promotes diversity, equity and inclusion in medical training through mentoring, networking, outreach, and collaboration.
Learn more about the work of NMURFF

Visiting Clerkship Stipends

Feinberg offers mentorship, networking opportunities and stipends up to $1,500 to rising M4s from underrepresented backgrounds.
Learn about the visiting clerkship stipends we offer

Residency Programs

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