Medical Student Education

Weill Cornell Medical College's educational mission emphasizes the importance of combining a strong basic foundation in the medical sciences with extensive clinical training in patient care. By promoting a true social commitment, stimulating creativity, and fostering independent thought and study, Weill Cornell Medical College continues its tradition of cultivating the best of tomorrow's leaders in the field of medicine.

During the clinical portion of their medical studies, students learn by actively providing care to patients, under the supervision of the faculty. Weill Cornell's model for clinical learning encourages the student to analyze clinical problems rigorously, then discuss the interpretation with the faculty, then implement the clinical plan. This encourages the student to develop independent clinical skills, while safeguarding the highest level of patient care. For more information click here.

Glickman Fellowship

The Glickman Fellowship is designed to offer qualified medical students an in-depth experience in clinical gynecologic oncology at a renowned academic medical center. Glickman Fellows participate in operating room procedures, colposcopy clinic, daily patient rounds and weekly clinical conferences. As a member of the clinical team, Glickman Fellows are expected to gain familiarity with the surgical, radiation and chemotherapy treatments of the patients being cared for by the team, and will be responsible for preparing a presentation on a topic related to the management of gynecologic oncology patients. The Fellowship runs 4-8 weeks and a stipend is awarded to the selected candidate. Please connect Michelle Charles