Students are encouraged to become involved in chapter activities and to participate in leadership roles at both the chapter and national level.
AOAAM Student Membership
This longitudinal, year-long program (June – March) will offer medical students (MS1-MS4) an opportunity to engage with experts in the field of addiction while working towards the completion of a research project.
This opportunity offers interested medical students an opportunity to engage with the clinical and academic aspects of addiction treatment and research. This program will provide the tools to treat patients with Substance Use Disorders in whichever field or specialty you ultimately pursue.
AOAAM offers a forum specifically for students to share ideas and thoughts. Check out the forums.
Looking for a job? For connections in the field of osteopathic medicine, the one-size-fits-all approach of the mega job boards may not be the best way to find exactly what you're seeking. When you want a perfect match, a more targeted approach is more appropriate.
Visit the AOAAM Career Center to get started.
Don’t forget to check out AOAAM’s Journal of Addictive Diseases, which will help you stay up-to-date with contemporary research and case reports. Access JAD here.