Interested in medicine? Then join AMSA! There is no better way to prepare yourself for the difficult task of getting into medical school than by being a part of the biggest pre-medical club at the University of Miami. As AMSA members, you will be given the opportunity to shadow doctors, volunteer at a plethora of events, as well as have the opportunity to listen to many guest speakers ranging from admission speakers for many medical schools to doctors who have specialized in healthcare reform. We look forward to meeting you and helping you get through the rigors of being a pre-med! For more information, please contact club president Catherine Huynh


Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international pre-health honor society founded at the University of Alabama in 1926. AED fosters a sense of altruism in our members through participation in volunteer work as well as knowledge of issues relevant to healthcare. As the dominant and most respected pre-health organization at the University of Miami, Alpha Epsilon Delta- Florida Gamma Chapter strives to serve every member of the student body interested in a healthcare profession and enrich their undergraduate experience. We welcome a variety of academic backgrounds (medical, pharmacy, physical therapy, optometry, dentistry, physician assistant, chiropractic, veterinarian, nursing and public health). Alpha Epsilon Delta Florida Gamma Chapter is an organization that highly values its diverse and dedicated members. For this reason, each year’s e-board strives to fulfill the club’s general objectives, along with its own specific goals. For more information, please contact club president Alyce Kuo


The Minority Association for Pre-Health Students club is an undergraduate organization the represents the interests of underrepresented minority pre-health students.  The goal of this organization is to provide support, encouragement, and opportunities for students in the health field in order to hold future positions in the healthcare field.  Although the name says minority, all are invited and encouraged to join.  We offer general body meetings, fundraising events, and plenty of volunteer opportunities. For more information, please contact club president Georgina Whelan


Medicine Education & Development for Low-Income Families Everywhere (MEDLIFE): Our mission is to help families achieve greater freedom from the constraints of poverty, empowering them to live healthier lives. Our patients did not choose to be poor, but they have chosen to strive toward a better life; MEDLIFE stands beside them in this pursuit. We aim to achieve this goal through partnering with motivated individuals in poor communities working to improve their access to MEDs: Medicine, Education and community Development. MEDLIFE believes access to quality healthcare is a basic human right. To this end, we commit our time, resources, knowledge and hope to bring Medicine, Education and Development to Low Income Families Everywhere. Any student can be a member of MEDLIFE and go on a brigade to one of our many sites throughout South America. For more information, please contact club president Sean Chowdhari

Minority Women in Medicine (MWM)

Minority Women in Medicine Description: Minority Women in Medicine is an encouraging and supportive pre-health organization that fosters the academic and social development of its members. This organization provides volunteer opportunities, connections with current physicians, academic guidance, and leadership experience to help minority women become excellent candidates for medical, dental, or pharmacy school. For more information, please contact club president Morgan Greene

Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity (Coed):

Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity creates physicians of integrity with a life-long commitment to our guiding principles of philanthropy, deity, and education through fellowship, service, mentoring, and formal training in leadership, science, and ethics. Our motto is "Facta Non Verba" or "Deeds, Not Words." Any premed student can join PhiDE, although Freshman, Sophomores, and first-semester Juniors are preferred. For more information, please contact club president Erik McKee

The American Society of Pre-Dental Students

The American Society of Pre-Dental Students creates a solid network base of pre-dental students, dental students, and dental healthcare providers in the community so our members may have a wide array of shadowing and mentorship opportunities. The mission of this organization is to encourage excellence in pre-dental scholarship, educate and familiarize interested students with the dental profession, help prepare pre-dental students for entrance into dental schools, and promote dental health in our community. For more information, please contact club president Nicole Manfrini


The mission of OptomEyes is the University of Miami’s Pre-Optometry club.  It is comprised of a community of pre-optometry students or undecided pre-health students with good academic standing and provides information on the growing field of optometry and the benefits of choosing an Optometric career path. This club offers its members the resources necessary to succeed in the optometry school application process, such as workshops on the admissions process, shadowing opportunities and preparatory OAT courses,  Career Development opportunities in the field of optometry are provided through a series of guest speakers and informational presentations and a support system for decided pre-optometry students and undecided pre-health students alike through several community outreach opportunities, on-campus events and volunteer opportunities. For more information, please contact club president Jaclyn Lopez

Pre-Veterinary Society

The Pre-Veterinary Society of the University of Miami is dedicated to supporting and assisting students who wish to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. We strive to provide students with information about the application process for entrance into veterinary schools as well as general knowledge of the field. Through volunteering with animal care-oriented organizations we also aim to provide students with the opportunity to gain both the small and large animal experience necessary for entrance into veterinary schools. Our organization seeks to increase awareness of the importance of animal care in our society and therefore encourages anyone interested in the overall well-being of animals to join. For more information, please contact club president Madisen Liebl