Medicine Student Programs

Medicine Student Programs is comprised of a team of hundreds of faculty and staff working together to provide the best in Medicine education throughout the Greater Puget Sound and WWAMI regions (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho).

The Department of Medicine is comprised of 14 Divisions, for which Medicine Student Programs manages Medicine educational activities for all but Emergency Medicine.              

 

Medicine Student Programs Contacts
 

Douglas S. Paauw, M.D., MACP
Professor of Medicine
Director, Medicine Student Programs
Rathmann Family Foundation Endowed Chair
   for Patient-Centered Clinical Education
P: 206.543.3237
E:  dpaauw@uw.edu

For scheduling, contact Yvonne
 

Chris Knight, M.D., FACP
Director, WWAMI Regional and Community Based Education for IM
Associate Director, Medicine Required Clerkship
Associate Professor, General Internal Medicine
P: 206.6164088 F: 206.221.3559
E: cknight@uw.edu

Susan Merel, M.D.
Assistant Professor, General Internal Medicine
Associate Director of Medicine Student Programs for Elective Courses
P: 206.616.4088
E: smerel@uw.edu
 

Jenny Wright, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine
Associate Director, Medicine Required Clerkship
P: 206.598.0762 F: 598.5952
E: sonic@uw.edu

Kathi Sleavin
Assistant Director
E: ksleavin@uw.edu
P: 206.543.7430

Carmelita Mason-Richardson
Manager, Required Medicine Clerkship
E: carmelit@uw.edu
P: 206.616.0677

 

Yvonne Horner
Program Coordinator
Medicine Preceptorships
E: yvonne11@uw.edu
P: 206.616.1592

Yolonda Virgili
Program Coordinator
Medicine Electives
E: ykv@uw.edu
P: 206.616.5137

 

For further Medicine Student Program inquires:
E: medstpr@medicine.washington.edu
P: 206.543.3237
Fax:  206.221.3559

Mailing Address:
Medicine Student Programs
University of Washington School of Medicine
Box 356420
1959 NE Pacific ST
Seattle, WA 98196
 

Student Medicine Interest Groups:
Osler Club - Internal Medicine Student Interest Group - Student run organization. Meets 1-2 times quarterly, provides opportunities for exposure to primary care medicine, hospital rounds, and subspecialty practice.

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society Information: AOA - Alpha Omega Alpha
 

   

 

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