Welcome! The Georgetown Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) is a student-run organization that is supported by the Department of Family Medicine and the American Academy of Family Physicians. We have created a supportive environment for medical students to explore Family Medicine as a field, learn more about career opportunities in Family Medicine, develop personal relationships with Family Medicine faculty and residents, learn clinical skills and have some fun.
How Do I Join?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and email address to be added to the FMIG list serv. You will receive emails regarding our upcoming events and activities along with many other research, community service and conference opportunities.
To learn more about the benefits of joining a FMIG please visit the AAFP FMIG Network page.
Additionally, if you are interested in Family Medicine or just want to learn more, join the AAFP! It is free for students, very easy to join, and it helps us!
If you have any suggestions for our FMIG (such as event ideas or speaker recommendations) please email one of the student leaders (listed here).
Monica Gupta, Student Leader
Undergraduate: Georgetown University
Hometown: Bethlehem, PA
Interests: Primary care, global health, smoking prevention and cessation
Elizabeth Horne, Student Leader
Undergraduate: Wake Forest University
Hometown: Charlotte, NC
Interests: Internal medicine, population health, preventative medicine
FMIG Faculty Advisor, Sarah Kureshi, MD, MPH
Dr. Kureshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine. She is a graduate of University of Central Florida (BS, Biology), Mayo Clinic College of Medicine (MD), and Harvard School of Public Health (MPH, International Health). She completed her residency in Family Medicine at UCSF in 2010 and then a Fellowship in Community Health Leadership Development at Georgetown in 2012. Dr. Kureshi is the Course Director of the Doctoring Selectives and Co-Director of the Patients, Populations & Policy course. She also serves as Advisor to the Family Medicine Student Interest Group and precepts students at HOYA Clinic, the Georgetown student-driven free clinic. Dr. Kureshi is a clinician at the department practice, MedStar Health Center - Family Medicine at Spring Valley where she enjoys seeing patients of all ages. She is also an attending physician at Providence Hospital with the Georgetown University-Providence Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program through which she teaches on the inpatient medicine team and precepts at the Fort Lincoln Family Medicine Center. Dr. Kureshi serves as a Physicians for Human Rights Asylum Network Provider and also works on health issues affecting Muslim communities. Her professional interests include preventive medicine, health disparities, health and human rights, gender based violence, and refugee/immigrant health.
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