Student Interest Groups
Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association
Advocating for and raising awareness about Asian and Pacific American health and social issues.
Campaña de Salud
A free, student-run health fair determined to narrow the gap between the medically underserved Latino community and healthcare providers.
Creating a support network for LGBTQ+ identifying and allied medical students and preparing individuals to provide LGBTQ+ inclusive care to patients.
Geographic Health Disparity Research Club
Focusing on organizing and acquiring funding for a research club with a focus on geospatial health disparities.
Japanese Cultural Club
Promoting and appreciating Japanese culture through awareness, education, medicine, media, cuisine, and arts.
Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA)
Advocating for the improved health of the Hispanic & Latina/o/x community in the United States.
Developing competency in Spanish language and cultural awareness with a focus on applications in the medical field.
Middle Eastern/North African Student Association
Fostering a community among MENA medical professionals for cultural celebration, professional advising, and health outreach.
Muslim Student Association
Creating a supportive Muslim community for Carle Illinois students from various backgrounds and levels of faith.
Physicians for Human Rights
Connecting UIUC students interested in human rights, providing a space for discussion, creating an asylum clinic, and providing humanitarian outreach.
South Asian Medical Student Association
Organizing a community of South Asian students, educating the community, and creating opportunities to understand and share South Asian cultural identity.
Student National Medical Association
Supporting and addressing the needs of under-served students and communities, and increasing the number of culturally competent physicians.
Women's Health Interest Group
Creating a space to learn about women's health and educating on current standards of care, research, and policies that aim to better the lives and health of women.