GME Women in Medicine Leadership Council

Constituency: Residents/Fellows
Office: Graduate Medical Education

The GME Women in Medicine Leadership Council (WIM) is a subcommittee of the GME Diversity Committee. The focus is to provide community-based events, skill-building events, and resources. 


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