Student Affairs

Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs strives to provide our students with a supportive learning environment, offering the advising and support that you need to grow as a future physician.

Brown's advising, mentoring, and support programs ensure that medical students thrive in all aspects of their lives.
The Warren Alpert Medical School students, faculty, and staff form a community guided by a shared commitment to improve the health and wellness of all.
Brown offers a robust schedule of lectures, panels, concerts, exhibits, and much more.
We encourage students to find a balance between academics, physical fitness, social support, and emotional well-being.  

Community

The Warren Alpert Medical School students, faculty, and staff form a community guided by a shared commitment to improve the health and wellness of all.

The Basic and Translational Research (BTR) Program is a longitudinal experience that includes didactic training and a mentored research experience.
The Office of Student Affairs maintains a list of funding opportunities for research - at home and abroad.

First- and second-year-students may pursue intensive summer projects under the mentorship of a Brown faculty member.