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Tulane Accelerated Physician Training Program (TAP-TP, 6+1)

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Tulane offers a 7-year program that includes an undergraduate and medical education in addition to a mandatory year of public service with AmeriCorps.  Tulane has a long history of public and community service, requiring community service on the medical school curriculum for over 20 years.  As New Orleans is an underserved community (especially following Hurricane Katrina) and Louisiana a low income state, the marriage of an educational program and public service is a natural mix for Tulane.

Exceptional high school students will apply to TAP-TP.  Eligible students will be expected to have high levels of academic performance as judged by transcripts, SAT/ACT scores and AP scores.  Students will be interviewed by a committee of undergraduate faculty, medical school faculty and administrators. Around five students are accepted each year.

TAP-TP students will complete an abbreviated undergraduate curriculum designed around a BS in Molecular and Cellular Biology with emphasis on the application of scientific principles for public good. Undergraduate performance would be a requisite for continuing in the program.  TAP-TP students will have bi-monthly conference style workshops designed to both track the students and develop skills necessary for the practice of medicine.  Following completion of 2 years towards the BS degree requirements, students will begin a one-year public service commitment with AmeriCorps.  Students will then enter the 4 year medical school curriculum.

TAP-TP Application (Word document)
TAP-TP Application (PDF)
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Essential Functions Document

Deadline: August 29th, 2014
Send application electronically to Robin Hayes at rhayes@tulane.edu

102 Richardson Building, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5798 advising@tulane.edu