Student National Medical Association
The Student National Medical Association incorporated was established to increase the number of skilled physicians serving minority and indigent communities. The SNMA is also dedicated to the academic and clinical success of medical students and pre-medical students and to increasing the number of culturally capable and sensitive physicians.
Minority Affairs Committee
The Minority Affairs Committee plans and implements measures to increase the number of students from groups under-represented in the medical profession who are prepared for, recruited to, matriculate at, and graduate from the School of Medicine and who continue their training in residency programs throughout the state of South Carolina
Committee membership is comprised of USC School of Medicine faculty and students, clinicians at area hospitals, educators from South Carolina colleges and universities (mostly HBCUs) and community leaders.
Carol McMahon, MD
Assistant Dean, Minority Affairs and Assistant Professor of Pathology
USC School of Medicine
Building 3, Room 104