北美中华医学会(American Chinese Medical Association, ACMA)将于今年夏天主办为期两周 plus 的青少年夏令营。此活动主要针对于对医学及生物医学科学感兴趣的大学生及高中生。夏令营首先是一周的集中授课讨论并参观医学院和附属医院。夏令营将为青少年提供一个很好的学习机会,让他们能够与世界级顶尖的临床医生及生物医学科学家一起讨论学习,密切接触,从而对医学的各个方面积累第一手经验。在一周的授课后,夏令营成员将有机会获得北美中华医学会资深会员指导下的研究和医学等方面的实践机会。

时间:第一周: 7月18日 – 7月22日    (集中授课讨论及参观)

第二周plus: 7月25日–                (实习)

地点:第一周: 大波士顿地区

第二周plus: 全美各地

条件:对生物医学感兴趣,学业成绩优良的大学生及高中生可以申请。 

申请要求:1)个人简历; 2)个人自传,描述本人将来学业及职业目标,以及参与此夏令营如何帮助你达到这些目标;3)一至两封推荐信。

报名截止日期: 所有申请材料包括推荐信必须在2016年7月15日之前收到。

联系人:请将申请材料通过电子邮件寄给夏令营协调员 Dr. jiankang Liu,邮箱This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.。与夏令营有关的问题,也请发送此邮箱。

授课讨论课程按排(暂定)

第一天

上午:医学:一门结合科学,艺术与人文的独特职业

下午:实地参观:哈佛医学院及附属医院(DFCI, BWH, BCH)

第二天

上午:从分子到全球卫生:什么是转化医学?(第一部分:基础医学)

下午:从分子到全球卫生:什么是转化医学?(第二部分:医学和社会)

实地参观:哈佛T.H. 陈公共卫生学院

第三天

上午:不同工作环境下医生的生活(第一部分:教学医院,政府部门,公共卫生及全球卫生)

下午:不同工作环境下医生的生活(第二部分:私人诊所,社区医疗中心,远程医疗)

实地参观:塔夫茨医学中心

第四天

上午:医生 – 科学家的生活:从实验室试验到临床应用

下午:医生 – 临床研究者的生活:人体试验

实地参观:UMASS Trauma Center and ER

第五天

上午:医学生的生活;怎样准备申请医学院

下午:医学:通往健康世界的桥梁

闭幕仪式

第二周实习按排

每位成员最后的实习按排将根据个人兴趣,导师的时间以及按排的可行性来决定。

夏令营概述:“医学与未来”青少年夏令营是由北美中华医学会(American Chinese Medical Association, ACMA)精心设计。夏令营将为有意从事临床医学和生物医学事业的高中生和大学生提供一个独特的学习环境及经历。在2015年的夏令营活动中,参加者有机会亲身体验到了真实的临床医学以及生物医学科研的最前沿。从而深化并明确了对医学科学事业的理解和追求。即将到来的2016年夏令营将提供更广泛的专题讨论,及接触不同临床和研究设施和环境的机会。参加者将得到ACMA知名教授的指导,从而协助参加者为未来的临床医学和生物医学科学的职业生涯做好准备。更重要的是,通过夏令营的活动,你有机会与一流的医生和科学家建立专业联系,并与来自全美各地及世界各地的参加者在美丽的波士顿一起享受一个独特的,有收获的暑假。

有关2015年夏令营的详细报道,请访问以下链接:http://www.acma.org/?post_type=news&p=1069

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ACMA will host Medicine and Future (医学与未来) Youth Summer Internship Program (2016)

ACMA is offering a 2-plus-week youth summer internship for high school and college students who are interested in medicine and biomedical science. The program includes one week of highly structured didactic sessions combined with a variety of exposure in clinical and research settings under the mentorship of ACMA senior members. Interns will have the unique opportunities to work closely with world-class physicians and biomedical scientists.  After the first week, students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in research and other aspects of medicine.

Time: Week I: 7/18 – 7/22, 2015.

Week II plus: 7/25—

Location: Greater Boston area (week one didactic), and national wide (week two practicum)

Eligibility: High school or college students who have an academic record of marked distinction and who have an interest in medical career are encouraged to apply.

Application Requirements: 1) Resume; 2) An essay describing your academic and career goals, and how this program will complement those goals; 3) One or two letters of recommendation.

Deadline: All application materials including the letters of recommendation must be received by July 15, 2016.

Contact: Please email your application to: Dr. Jiankang Liu (program coordinator) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Questions regarding the program may also be sent to the same email address. 

Program Agenda (7/18/-7/22)

Day 1

AM: Opening Ceremony: Medicine: a unique profession combining science, art and humanity

PM: Field experience part I: HMS, Dana-Farber, BWH, BCH

Day 2

AM: From molecule to global health: what is translational medicine? (Part I: basic medical science)

PM: From molecule to global health: what is translational medicine? (Part II: Medicine and society)

Field experience part II: Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Day 3

AM: Life of being a doctor in different settings (Part I: academic hospitals, government agencies, public and global health)

PM: Life of being a doctor in different settings (Part II: private practice, community health centers, telemedicine)

Field experience part III: Tufts Medical Center

Day 4

AM: Life of being a doctor-scientist: between bench and bedside

PM: Life of being a doctor-clinical researcher: experiment in live human being

Field experience part IV (UMASS): Visit UMASS Trauma Center and ER

Day 5

AM: Life of being a medical student; preparation for medical school application

PM: Medicine and Future: bridge to a healthier world

 Closing ceremony

7/25/2016 —

Rotations in research and clinical setting:  To be arranged individually

For news reports about the summer camp in 2015, please go to the link below:

http://www.acma.org/?post_type=news&p=1069

Faculty Name List  (in alphabetical order)

Hongyi Cui, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Surgery, Department of General and Laparoscopic Surgery

Associate Director, Acute Care Surgery, University of Massachusetts Medical School, MA

Wenyi Cui, PhD

Associate Professor at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, MA

Xiaoduo Fan, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Director of the Psychotic Disorders Clinical and Research Program,

Department of Psychitry, University of Massachusetts Medical School, MA

Hong Gao, MD, PhD

Primary Care Physician, Assistant Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

Haiyun Gong, MD

General Pediatrician, Assistant Professor, Floating Hospital for Children

Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

Mason Jiang, PhD                 

Associate Professor, Department of Molecular and Medical

Pharmacology, David Geffen School of Medicine University of California, Los Angeles,CA

Jinghong  Li, MD, PhD

Attending Physician, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine,

University of California San Diego, San Diego, CA

Chunming Liu, PhD

Professor, Department of Molecular and Cellular, Biochemistry,

Markey Cancer Center, University of Kentucky, KY

Shan Lu, MD, PhD

Professor, Department of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, University of Massachusetts Medical School, MA

Yi Lu, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Surgery, Director of Neurosurgery at Faulkner Hospital, Spine Surgery/Neurosurgery, Department of Neurpsurgery

Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Faulkner Hospital, harvard Medical School,MA

Lan Qin, MD, PhD                 

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology, Director of Neurology Clerkship,

Director of neurophysiology fellowship, Associate Director of Autonomic Lab, Department of Neurology,

University of  Massachusetts Medical School, MA

Weiliang Qiu, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Associate Biostatistician

Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, MA

Stephen Tsang, MD, PhD       

Laslo A. Bito Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology

Columbia University, NY

Wei Wang, MD                                              

Geriatrician, Primary Care Physician, Assistant Professor,

Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

Wenyi Wei, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Harvard Medical School, MA

Yichao Wu, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

University of Massachusetts Medical School, MA

Yingzi Yang, PhD

Professor of Developmental Biology, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, MA

Hongtao Yu, PhD
Professor, Department of Pharmacology (ND7.502B)
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Michael L. Rosenberg Scholar in Biomedical Research
UT Southwestern Medical Center, TX

Anny X. Zhou, PhD 

Director of Functional Genomics Laboratory in Respiratory Disease

Channing Division of Network Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Assistant Professor of Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, MA

Pengbo Zhou, PhD

Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.

Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University , NY

Shuanhu Zhou, PhD          

Associate Scientist, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Jerry Zhu, MD, PhD              

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology

Hepatology and Endoscopy, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

Tong Zhu, MD, PhD

Clinical assistant professor, The Arrhythmia Center, Boston Medical Center

Bridge to a Healthier World

通往更健康世界的桥梁