Early Career Physicians
Early career physicians and medical students are the future of medicine and they have unique needs, interests and challenges. Early Career Physicians (ECP) is a section dedicated to early career
physicians and medical students.
Purpose: support the development of the early career physician and physicians in training as advocates for the betterment of public health through education, networking, leadership development and programming surrounding the unique needs of the early career physician
Chair: Matthew Lecuyer, MD, Angela Wu, MD, and Avery Ford.
If you would like to get involved in the Section, sign up here.
Resources for Early Career Physicians in DC
Road to Residency Video Series
Next Step: Residency - Overview (Dr. Jillian Catalanotti, GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences)
Financial Wellness for Early Career Physicians
Retirement Savings Challenges for Women and Strategies to Help Overcome Them (Keaton Macut, Asset Strategy Consultants)
Young Physicians Section
Residents and Fellows Section
Medical Student Section
Early Career Physicians Section Activities
DC Council Visit Day
June 17, 2024 9:30 AM to 4:00 PMCalling all physicians, trainees, and medical students. MSDC is giving you an opportunity to meet with DC Councilmembers and share your perspective.
Medical Ethics in 2024
April 2, 2024 6:30 PM to 7:30 PMThis interactive webinar with Dr. Michael Knight will explore the key pillars of medical ethics.
What's Past Is Present: What Medical History Can Teach Us About Infection Prevention and Control
March 13, 2024 5:00 PM to 6:00 PMNational Press ClubWhat can we learn from medical history about best practices in infection prevention and control? Lots! Join our panel as they discuss past examples in medicine on preventing infection.
MSDC Council Visit Day
November 3, 2023 9:00 AM to 4:00 PMJohn A Wilson BuildingMSDC is holding an in-person day of member meetings with Council offices - and you are invited.
DC Council Visit Prep Session
November 2, 2023 7:30 PM to 8:30 PMVirtualJoin us for a conversation on how physicians can best advocate for themselves and their patients. Plan on walking away with practical tips and to-dos.