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AKUMC Alumni Association Chapters and related networks
Aga Khan University Alumni Association of North America (AKUAANA)
AKUAANA is recognized by the Aga Khan University as the representative body for its Medical College alumni in North America. It is registered as a not-for-profit legal entity in Illinois, USA and is also a component society of APPNA (Association of Physicians of Pakistani descent of North America). ====================================== Website | Contact Form | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Vimeo ======================================
Aga Khan University Medical College Alumni Association - Asia Chapter (MCAA-AP)
AKU Medical College Alumni Association Pakistan, Middle East, Asia-Pacific Chapter is the official elected representative of the Medical College Alumni in the region. ================================== Website | Facebook | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ==================================
Association of Physicians of Pakistani Descent of North America (APPNA) APPNA is a not for profit organization promoting excellence in healthcare, research, education and humanitarian activities. AKUAANA is a component society of this organization. ====== Website ======
APPNA Committee for Young Physicians (CYP)
The Committee for Young Physicians (CYP) is perhaps one of the most important efforts and committees of APPNA. Among its various efforts, this year focused efforts are being made to strengthen and establish the APPNA electives program and establish a limited term loan for needy graduates to help them complete their steps and apply for residencies.
AKUMC-STAN (AKU Medical College Students and Alumni Network)
AKUMC-STAN is an independent networking platform for students and alumni of the AKUMC around the world, founded by Abdul Basit Saeed ('07). =================== Website | Facebook | Twitter ===================
AKUMC-STAN Mailing Lists
AKUNet is the global mailing list for the alumni and students of the Aga Khan University Medical College, Karachi. It is primarily a discussion list for alumni and students to talk, stay in touch and benefit from the exchange of high-quality, useful information and ideas.
Falah is a social welfare organization managed exculsively by the students of Aga Khan University, Karachi to help the patients of AKUH financially. The organization was registered with the Sindh Government as an NGO in 2004. Using funds provided by generous philanthropists in Pakistan and the world over, Falah has established a record of providing finances and medications to non-affording patients. Among other activities, Falah also organises regular blood donation camps to replenish stocks in the hospital blood bank.
This is a forum to connect AKU students, alumni and faculty interested in the field of Pediatrics and Child Health. The goal is to connect AKU students and junior alumni with faculty and senior alumni- both internationally and locally- for maximum sharing of ideas, resources and opportunities.
This is a student-based body developed to be a source of encouragement and support for all students at AKU interested in psychiatry. The primary goal of our mission is two-fold; to promote psychiatry as a potential medical profession for aspiring students as well as to facilitate students in applying psychiatry to all disciplines of medicine.
Our aim is to create opportunities in the realm of mental health education, awareness and community services thus enabling students to become agents of change in whatever walk of life they choose for themselves.
The Surgery Interest Group (SIG) functions to provide aspiring surgeons (amongst AKU medical students) with a platform to interact with former AKU alumni and practicing surgeons. Our goal is to inspire, to educate and to help each student understand the implications of being a surgical resident and more - from facing exhausting challenges inside the OR to earning unparalleled rewards outside.
In collaboration with the Department of Surgery, SIG will bring for its members several events inclusive of talks and surgical workshops aimed to strengthen and clarify their ideas about surgery as a future career option.
The NeuroScience Interest Group is a student-run initiative for those with an abiding love for Neurosurgery, Neurology and Basic Neuroscience. Our aim is to promote research, garner greater public interest and provide opportunities to those interested in pursuing Neurosciences as a prospective career.