Register for UltraFest 2019 by clicking here or on the flyer below!
UC Irvine School of Medicine will host its 8th annual UltraFest: a free ultrasound symposium for medical students. UltraFest seeks to teach and develop students’ skills in bedside ultrasound, through hands-on practice and small-group instruction with live models and clinician instructors.
When: Sunday, January 27, 2019. 8:00-3:00.
Registration starts at 8:00 AM!
Where: University of California, Irvine School of Medicine – Medical Education Building. Follow signs to the parking lot.
Parking: If you do not have a UCI parking pass, please bring $10 cash to buy a pass for the day. We will have a parking attendant in the lot handing out passes.
Who’s invited: Medical students from any school!
What to Wear: Business Casual
We are very excited to see you on Sunday for an exciting day of ultrasound! Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided!
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This past week we had our first USIG 2018-2019 Board meeting, and started it out in style out on the ocean! The crisp air, excitement, and sense of adventure coincides with the atmosphere that we hope to lead in the bright future.
Our fearless captain, Dr. Fox!
2018-2019 USIG Presidents,
Savannah Gonzales and Angela Allen!
If you have any questions for this year’s board, feel free to visit the Contact Us page!
This past weekend was an exciting one for Ultrasound at UCI! We put on our 7th annual Ultrafest, with nearly 300 attendees from all over the country. As always, we are humbled to have the opportunity to share these tools we are passionate about, and are excited to see what the future holds for ultrasound technology!
Check out our website, uciultrafest.com for more details about the event!
This year, we had strong attendance from UCISOM at the annual WCUME! Ten 2nd year medical students were in attendance, presenting on ultrasound research they had done while on their International Ultrasound trips this past summer, totaling 6 abstracts – 3 from Team Indonesia, 2 from Team Panama, and 1 from Team Tanzania. Emergency Medicine Fellows also presented 2 abstracts at the conference, resulting in a submission of 8 abstracts at the conference from UCI! To learn more about the International Ultrasound Research projects, check out our International Outreach Tab above.
Attention all current UCISOM MS1s who are interested in International Ultrasound Education and Research Trips!
This year, the Ultrasound Teams (Team Indonesia, Kenya, Panama, Switzerland, and Tanzania) will be using a common application to make the process of joining a team easier for you all! The app will be due 11/1/17. If you are interested in obtaining access to the application, send us an email at email@example.com. We want to give everyone the time to talk with their families, explore other summer plans, and make sure spending a month+ abroad is something they really want to do.
All the groups will be holding additional information sessions individually in the coming month, so please look out for emails from each team that you are interested in joining. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Ultrasound Interest Group via email!
UCI students presenting data at the World Congress of Ultrasound held at Texas Tech. These projects included various international ultrasound projects performed over the summer of this year. For more information regarding the UCI international trips check out the international outreach tab at the top of the site!
Members of UCI’s USIG holding a medical student panel and talking about the importance of college and education as well as holding an ultrasound demonstration for the students to participate in.
In Collaboration with Crescent OC mentorship UCI’s Ultrasound Interest Group taught ultrasound and organized a student panel to share our members medical school journey with high school students in an effort to expose and inspire the next generation to ultrasound and a career in medicine.