3 Reasons to Shadow a Doctor Abroad:
Intensive Shadowing - observe doctors in different specialties for 20 hours/week.
Prep for Med School Admissions - get an edge with real-world observation.
A Global Experience - learn different approaches to solving healthcare issues.
"The Atlantis Project unites clinical observation, volunteering opportunity, and international exploration into a single entity.Both the medical and exploratory aspects of the Atlantis Project, if they were separate, would warrant an ardent pursuit. When combined, they create an opportunity unlike any other."
- George Bugarinovic, Harvard MD '20
"Serving as an Atlantis Fellow enabled me to learn on-the-ground about the important topic of universal health care in developed countries, as well as witness exciting medical procedures. The physicians and other medical staff I worked with were very kind and enjoyable to work with."
- Rubini Naidu, Carnegie Mellon '16
"The specialties I shadowed were geriatrics, pulmonology, and intensive care. Moreover, shadowing physician-patient interactions in Spanish was a chance to improve my grasp of Spanish medical terminology"
- Ali Khan, University of Rochester '16