Our chapter organizes a variety of social and professional
events to facilitate our members' path to a medical career.
Along with the hemorrhaging workshop pictured below, our chapter hosts many more events including but not limited to: personal statement workshops, physician panels, medical student panels, IV/blood draw workshops, and interview workshops. Moreover, our largest programming event of the year is the annual Gelfand Lecture. Learn more about the Gelfand Lecture here.
Our social events include everything from semesterly retreats to bowling nights and a formal in the spring. We usually have weekly social opportunities to ensure that our members can take a break from their difficult coursework to spend some time with their fellow fraters.
As our Vice President of Programming, Christopher organizes all programming, social, and service events. He is a senior majoring in Biology and minoring
in Chemistry, Psychology, and Classics. He joined our chapter in the spring of 2018 as part of the Pi class. Chris' experience in PhiDE began during his service in a number of the chapter's committees.
Contact Chris with any questions or concerns about chapter programming by emailing: