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25 July 2020
Professors from Top Universities Sharing on
25 JULY 2020 (SAT)
13:00 - 17:00
RISING F4 - F6 / Y11 - 13 STUDENTS
The Global Aspiring Medic Conference (GAMC) is the largest student medical conference in Asia which aims at showcasing innovations that are transforming the healthcare industry. ARCH Community Outreach (ACO) has invited professionals to share their expertise in the fields of Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Psychology, Biomedical Science and Medical Technology - reflecting the multidisciplinary nature in clinical practice and research.
GAMC strives to give students the opportunity to learn about the evolving topics of how AI impacts healthcare. This year, the conference will be conducted virtually by leading academics from highly ranked research institutes and admissions experts. Students will discover requirements and strategies for putting together successful medical school applications. Additionally, there will be a Q&A session for students to gain insights and practical advice from our guest speakers on how to begin their path towards a future career in medicine.
Through interactive e-lectures, GAMC provides a platform for students to explore the potential and challenges of AI in the healthcare industry.
*Since registration is on a rolling basis and spaces are limited, we encourage students to sign up as soon as possible. Students who participate in HKU's "Young Medical and Healthcare Professional Summer Programme 2020" are entitled to participate in GAMC, and no further registration through ACO or Eventbrite is required.
"The level of difficulty of the talks is the most appropriate - new knowledge is gained while not being overwhelming. It has been a fun and unique experience and I hope that it will continue next year!"
Student from Diocesan Girls' School
"It opened my eyes to endless potential in medical research!"
Student from Harrow International School Hong Kong
"The talks and booths had given me clearer ideas on the application process and requirements to medical schools, as well as the future path as a medic professional. GAMC is very useful!"
Student from Brighton College
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