American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) – AMWA Student Division is open to all those who wish to advance women in medicine and promote the health of women and their families. All medical students, graduate students and undergraduates are invited to join as AMWA Student Members.
American Medical Student Association (AMSA) – AMSA is the oldest and largest independent association of physicians-in-training in the United States. AMSA is a student-governed, national organization. Membership includes medical students, premedical students, interns, medical residents and practicing physicians from across the country.
Asian Pacific American Student Association (APAMSA) – 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. APAMSA serves as a forum for student leaders to engage these health issues and develop initiatives and projects addressing those needs.
Catholic Medical Students Association – The Catholic Medical Students Association is an association of medical students in the United States, operating in conjunction with the Catholic Medical Association.
Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA) – LMSA unites and empowers medical students through service, mentorship and education to advocate for the health of the Latino community. Their vision is unifying medical students to promote Latino health.
Medical Students for Choice (MSFC) – MSFC is an internationally known non-profit with a successful track record for change. MSFC works to support medical student advocacy and programming, improve reproductive health curricula, increase abortion training opportunities and promote the importance of MSFC’s work broadly.
Student National Medical Association (SNMA) – SNMA is the largest organization focused on the needs and concerns of African American medical students and residents. SNMA is committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent and socially conscious physicians.