• Trinity School of Medicine Webinars
Webinars are a unique and powerful way to research your future medical school. At Trinity, our admissions directors provide these online information sessions so you can take part from the comfort of your home, while also enjoying a free-form Q&A session with admissions directors and a mix of alumni and current students as guests. 

Trinity's webinars are an excellent way to get to know the administration and student body, getting the answers you need to proceed with confidence on the next step towards a career as a physician.

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Upcoming Events for US and Canadian students

We have two exciting opportunities coming up. The first, on February 26th will include a current Trinity student in his clerkships. The second, on March 7th, will be joined by a Trinity alum currently in a fellowship. While there may be overlap, the each presentation is unique, and enjoys the perspective of different students, different regional admissions directors, and different questions asked by different guests like you. You can attend one, or both! 

February 26th 
Trinity Student:
Jeremy Salter

Current Trinity student Jeremy Salter was pursuing a PhD in applied mathematics at Colorado School of Mines before hearing the call to medicine and switching to a pre-medical post-bacc program. 

Now in his clinical clerkships at Trinity, Jeremy will be on the call to answer questions on everything from life on St. Vincent to Step-1 prep and his time in clerkships. 

Tuesday, February 26th
8:30 PM, Eastern

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🍁 March 7
Alumni Guest: 
Dr. Jennifer Young

Dr. Jennifer Young came to Trinity from McMaster University where she studied biochemistry and biomedical sciences. She's now working as an interventional radiologist fellow at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic. 


On March 7th at 7:30 PM (Eastern Time) Dr. Young will join Trinity regional admissions director Warren Ison in a brief presentation on everything from life on campus in St. Vincent to US clinical rotations, the match,  even offer insight on career planning.

Thursday, March 7th
7:30 PM, Eastern

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