Postgraduate Fellowship - Alpha Omega Alpha (2023)

Important Dates

Deadline for submission

May 30, 2023

  • Download the announcement and checklist here

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Award Announcements

August 18, 2023

The Opportunity

Postgraduate awards will be given to residents and fellows for research or scholarly projects in the spirit of the AΩA mission. Priority will be given to those projects that include elements of leadership, professionalism, and teaching.

The Fellowship

Up to 10 fellowships of $2,000 each, with one-half paid on announcement of the fellowship, and one-half paid on approval of the final report. Schools, departments, and/or programs are encouraged to provide additional or matching funds. Only one candidate per school may be nominated.

Eligibility

Medical residents and fellows in programs at institutions with an active AΩA Chapter or association. Applicants must be nominated by their residency or fellowship program directors. Applicants need not be AΩA members, however, those who are members must have active dues status. In addition, all AΩA members (Councilor, mentor, program director, department chair)included in the submission packet must have active dues status.

Application to the Councilor

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The Councilor and his/her selection committee will choose the proposal judged to be the most promising and with a high probability of completion during the Fellowship year. Applications should include:

  1. A completed checklist (see attached);
  2. A summary of the project written by the applicant. Requirements are listed on the checklist;
  3. The project bibliography (if applicable);
  4. A copy of IRB/IACUC approval;
  5. The applicant’s CV (no more than four pages in length);
  6. A letter of support from the applicant’s mentor, indicating his/her commitment of time and interest to the project and applicant.
  7. The mentor’s biosketch (no more than four pages in lenth);
  8. A letter of nomination from the applicant’s residency or fellowship program director, including a commitment to allow the applicant time to complete the proposed project;
  9. An endorsement of the applicant’s department chair, which should comment on the applicant’s achievements and potential, and the suitability of the faculty sponsor for mentoring.

Application to AΩA

The proposal selected by the Councilor must be sent electronically to AΩA, and, in addition to the items included in the submission to the Councilor, must include:

  • A letter of endorsement from the AΩA Councilor.

Applications must be submitted through theOnline Submissionlink below no later than May 30, 2023.

Fellowships will be announced: August 18, 2023.

Other Important Information

1. AΩA does not pay indirect costs.
2. No later than September 30, 2024, all recipients must submit a final report of the project to AΩA. Upon acceptance of the final report, the remaining $1,000 in funding will be released.
3. Any publication of the project outcomes must contain the following acknowledgment: “Supported in part by an Alpha Omega Alpha Postgraduate Award.”

Questions may be directed to

Libby Appel at 720-859-4149 or E-mail her atpostgraduateaward@alphaomegaalpha.org

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Past Recipients

Yusha (Katie) Liu, MD, PhD (AΩA, University of Washington School of Medicine, 2016) University of Washington School of Medicine
Digital Curriculum to Enhance Patient-Centered Communication in Surgery
Mentor: Jeffrey B. Friedrich, MD (AΩA, University of Texas McGovern Medical School, 2000)

Aida Nourbakhsh, MD, PhD (AΩA, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, 2019) University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Overcoming Radiation Resistance in Vestibular Schwannoma: Radiobiology and Targets for Therapeutic Intervention
Mentor: Christine Dinh, MD (AΩA, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, 2008)

Arpan Prabhu, MD (AΩA, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, 2022) University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Medicine
Using Virtual Reality Technology to Improve the Patient Experience and Quality of Care during Brachytherapy
Mentor: Gary D. Lewis, MD

Jennifer Sedler, MD, Stanford University School of Medicine
Teaching Pediatric Residents a Communication Framework for Delivering Difficult News: A Randomized-Controlled Trial of Teaching Methods
Mentor: Carrie (Caroline) Rassbach, MD, MA

Mayur Sharma, MD, MS (AΩA, University of Louisville School of Medicine, 2020) University of Louisville School of Medicine
Patterns and Impact of Surgical Approaches on 30-day Outcomes in patients with Lumbar Isthmic Spondylolisthesis. A National Registry Analysis
Mentor: Maxwell Boakye, MD, MPH, MBA

Christopher Conner, MD, PhD (AΩA, University of Texas McGovern Medical School, 2020) University of Texas McGovern Medical School

Rideshare utilization and motor vehicle trauma

Mentor: Ryan Kitagawa, MD (AΩA, Baylor College of Medicine, 2006)

Carlos Green, MD, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

Exploring Careers and Inspiring Teens to Excel (EXCITE): improving attitudes towards otolaryngology through one day workshops for underrepresented college students

Mentor: Giovana Thomas, MD (AΩA, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, 2019)

Adham Khalafallah, MD, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Improving cost-effectiveness education in neurosurgical training: A personalized, team-oriented, real-time, web-based intervention

Mentor: Debraj Mukherjee, MD, MPH

Benson Ku, MD, Emory University School of Medicine

Impact of Residential Instability on Conversion to Psychosis in Adolescents at High Risk: A nationwide, multi-site longitudinal case-control study

Mentor: Elaine Walker, PhD

Abigail McCallum, MD, University of Louisville School of Medicine

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Topology Defines Ontogeny: Exploring the Development of Commissural Fibers in the Mammalian Brain

Mentor: Haring J. W. Nauta, MD, PhD (AΩA, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 1973)

Raja Narayan, MD, MPH (AΩA, University of California Irvine School of Medicine, 2014) Stanford University School of Medicine

Developing Artificial Intelligence Models to Define Grade and Predict Outcomes from Neuroendocrine Liver Metastases

Mentor: Marc L. Melcher, MD, PhD (AΩA, Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1999)

Jeans Santana, MD, SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University

The Effect of Educational Anesthesia Videos (Anesthesia & Me) on Pre-Operative Anxiety

Mentor: Ketan Shevde, MD

Michael J. Strong, MD, PhD, MPH, MS (AΩA, Tulane University School of Medicine,2017) University of Michigan Medical School

Differential Immune Landscape in the Pre-Metastatic Niche may Promote Metastatic Growth in Axial Skeleton

Mentor: Nicholas Szerlip, MD

Harun Thimmiah, MD, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Implementing a Clinician Educator Track for Medicine-Pediatric and Pediatric Residency Programs

Mentor: Michael Fahey, MD

In 2011, the Board of Directors of Alpha Omega Alpha established the Postgraduate Award to encourage and support AΩA residents or fellows from programs or institutions with an active AΩA Chapter or association to pursue a project in the spirit of the AΩA mission statement that could fulfill the ACGME requirements for scholarly activity. Project applications were accepted in the categories of:

  1. Research: Support for clinical investigation, basic laboratory research, epidemiology, or social science/health services research.
  2. Service: Local or international service work, focusing on underprivileged or immigrant populations or those in the developing world, as well as patient and population education projects.
  3. Teaching and education: Research, development, or implementation of education academic curricula, with the focus on postgraduate education.
  4. Leadership: Leadership development.
  5. Humanism and professionalism: Projects designed to encourage understanding, development, and retention of traits of humanism and professionalism among physicians, directed to physicians in postgraduate training.

Eleven applicants received $2000 awards to support their work. The recipients of the 2019 awards are:

Mudit Chowdhary, MD, Rush Medical College
It Starts at the Top: An Analysis of Female Representation in Academic Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, and Surgical Oncology Program Leadership Positions
Mentor: Gaurav Marwaha, MD

Jordan Derck, MD, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Screening in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Mentor: Tessie October, MD, MPH

Tarini Goyal, MD(AΩA, Stanford University School of Medicine, 2019), Stanford University School of Medicine
Development and Effect of a Novel Goals of Care Skills Curriculum For Neurology Residents
Mentor: Carl Gold, MD, MS (AΩA, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, 2011)

Molly Hillenbrand, MD, (AΩA, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, 2017), University of Cincinnati
Ocular Complications of Candidemia in the Era of Echinocandins as First-line Systemic Therapy
Mentor: Senu Apewokin, MD

Andrew Katz, MD, (AΩA, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, 2017), University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
The Role of Social Support Systems and Identification of Barriers for Head and Neck Cancer Treatment Compliance at a County Hospital
Mentor: Elizabeth Nicolli, MD (AΩA, University of Virginia School of Medicine, 2010)

Nicolas Khattar, MD, University of Louisville School of Medicine
Adaptaquin neuroprotection in an In-vitro and In-vivo Models of Severe Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Mouse Model
Mentor: Michal Hetman, MD, PhD

Darae Ko, MD, MS, Boston University School of Medicine
Investigating Atrial Fibrillation-related Health Care Utilization and Outcome After Crypgogenic Stroke
Mentor: Emelia Benjamin, MD, ScM

Christopher McLaughlin, MD(AΩA, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, 2017), Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine
Introducing Primary Care in Trauma Systems: Can Trauma be a Gateway to Long-Term Health?
Mentor: Steven Allen, MD

Sasha Mikhael, MD, MS, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University
Identification of Estrogen Receptor Mutations in Patients with Infertility
Mentor: Lawrence C. Layman, MD (AΩA, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, 2012)

Ranjodh Singh Bopari, MD(AΩA, Weill Cornell Medical College, 2017), Sidney Kimmel Medical College
The Impact of Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency and Elastin on Eyelid Anatomy and Function
Mentor: Sathyadeepak Ramesh, MD (AΩA, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, 2012)

Rachel Sprague, MD, University of South Florida College of Medicine
Transcriptomic Analysis of Catecholestrogen (4-OHE2)-induced Human Endometrial Stromal Cell Survival Via Adrenergic Receptor(s): Implications for Development of Endometriosis
Mentors: Charles J. Lockwood, MD (AΩA, New York University School of Medicine, 1998); Umit A. Kayisli, MSc, PhD

In 2011, the Board of Directors of Alpha Omega Alpha established the Postgraduate Award to encourage and support AΩA residents or fellows from programs or institutions with an active AΩA Chapter or association to pursue a project in the spirit of the AΩA mission statement that could fulfill the ACGME requirements for scholarly activity. Project applications were accepted in the categories of:

  1. Research: Support for clinical investigation, basic laboratory research, epidemiology, or social science/health services research.
  2. Service: Local or international service work, focusing on underprivileged or immigrant populations or those in the developing world, as well as patient and population education projects.
  3. Teaching and education: Research, development, or implementation of education academic curricula, with the focus on postgraduate education.
  4. Leadership: Leadership development.
  5. Humanism and professionalism: Projects designed to encourage understanding, development, and retention of traits of humanism and professionalism among physicians, directed to physicians in postgraduate training.

Eight applicants received $2000 awards to support their work. The recipients of the 2018 awards are:

Clinton Enos, MD, MS
Eastern Virginia Medical School
Project category: Research
Investigating Geographic Trends in the Choice of Systemic Therapies for the Treatment of Moderate-to-Severe Psoriasis
Abby Van Voorhees, MD, mentor

David Hermel, MD
Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Project category: Research
The Role of the CSCL1/CXCR2 Signaling Pathway in Breast Cancer Dissemination
Amir Goldkorn, MD, mentor
Ed Crandall, PhD, MD, mentor

Burles “Rusty” Johnson, MD, PhD(AΩA, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, 2014, Resident)
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Project category: Research
Targeting Indoleamine 2, 3 Dioxygenase to Improve Anti-tumor Immunity
Linda Smith-Resar, MD, mentor

Kimberly Kopecky, MD
Stanford University School of Medicine
Project category: Research
Interactive Communication Curriculum for Surgical Residents
Marc Melcher, MD, PhD, mentor

Edmund Lee, MD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Project category: Research
A Competency-based Accelerated Intern Preparatory Curriculum for Incoming Surgical Residents
James Lau, MD, mentor

Christine Moore, DO(AΩA, James H. Quillen College of Medicine of East Tennessee State University, 2018, Resident)
East Tennessee State University James H. Quillen College of Medicine
Project category: Research
Development of Metformin and y-tocotrienol for Prostate Cancer Prevention
Koyamangalath Krishnan, MD, mentor

Mikhaylo Szczupak, MD(AΩA, University of Miami, 2015)
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Project category: Research
Fluorescein-Guided Detection of the Tumor-Nerve Interface in a Xenograft Model of Vestibular Schwannoma
Christine Dinh, MD, mentor

Jesse Xie, MD
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Project category: Research
Validation of Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry and Phase Angle from Bioelectrical Impedance as Reliable Markers for Sarcopenia in Liver Transplant Candidates
Andres Duarte-Rojo, MD, mentor

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Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (AΩA)
Since its founding in 1902, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society has recognized and advocated for excellence in scholarship, demonstrated professionalism, and the growth of physician leadership in the profession of medicine. Through 132 active Chapters in the United States and Lebanon, more than 4,000 new members are inducted into the society each year. More than 55 Nobel Prize winners are members of Alpha Omega Alpha, as well as 12 of the 20 United States Surgeons General, including Dr. Vivek Murthy. Nearly 75% of deans of U.S. medical schools are members of AΩA. Alpha Omega Alpha annually grants more than $1.75 million in programs and awards to impact medical students, residents, teachers, and community physicians.

FAQs

Is Alpha Omega Alpha prestigious? ›

Election to Alpha Omega Alpha is an honor signifying a lasting commitment to professionalism, leadership, scholarship, research, and community service. A lifelong honor, membership in the society confers recognition for a physician's dedication to the profession and art of healing.

How do you become Alpha Omega Alpha? ›

Membership in AΩA is a life-long opportunity. All students, residents, faculty, and alumni of a medical school with an active AΩA Chapter, as well as private practice physicians who are affiliated with a medical school with an active AΩA Chapter, are eligible for membership in AΩA.

How do you get selected for AOA? ›

All fourth-year medical students are invited to submit an application for consideration of election into AOA. This application consists of a personal narrative, curriculum vitae (CV), and an optional demographic form. AOA selection is made by committee decision after a thorough and holistic review of each application.

What is an AOA fellowship? ›

Selection for the AOA's Traveling Fellowships recognizes young leaders for their early contributions to orthopaedics, identifying and promoting their leadership skills to the broader orthopaedic community.

How many med students get AOA? ›

It annually elects over 4,000 new members. The majority of new members are elected in their final year of medical school, but distinguished teachers, faculty members, residents, and alumni can also be inducted into the society. All elections are held at local Chapters. No elections are held nationally.

What percentage of students get AOA? ›

Each school may elect up to 20% of the graduating class of students, up to 25 residents/fellows, up to 10 faculty, and three to five alumni, who, based on merit, demonstrate the characteristics of excellent physicians in alignment with AΩA's mission and values.

Is Alpha higher than Omega? ›

Alphas rank at the top of the socio-sexual hierarchy followed closely by beta. Whereas omegas rank at the bottom of the hierarchy. The key difference between alpha, beta, omega is that while alpha males are the leaders and don't lack confidence, beta males are the quiet, loyal followers.

Is AOA important for residency? ›

In general, being inducted into AOA means you're at the top of your class - or you were at some point. That is, at some schools, you get into AOA because you did well in your preclinical years and crushed Step 1. But you might be terrible on your SubI's and, if so, you'd have trouble getting into residency.

Is Omega more than Alpha? ›

These terms are taken from the Greek alphabet, alpha being the first letter, beta, gamma and delta the second, third and fourth, and omega the last – hence the figurative extensions of alpha and omega as references to the most and least important members of a hierarchy.

How much does AOA cost? ›

Interns, residents, and fellows: If you're an intern, resident, or fellow, an annual membership costs $69. Osteopathic physicians: A standard one-year membership for physicians is $593, but there are exceptions if you're a new physician or a military physician: Year 1: $171.

How much does AOA membership cost? ›

Those persons licensed to practice optometry in the State of California undergoing graduate study on a full-time basis, and/or who are engaged full-time as residents or fellows in residency programs or post-doctoral studies approved by this Association may apply for student member status. Annual Dues: AOA: $35.00.

Can an MD join the AOA? ›

After more than 100 years, osteopathic physicians (DOs) vote to admit MDs as full members.

What does graduated AOA mean? ›

Reviewed on 3/29/2021. AOA: Abbreviation for Alpha Omega Alpha, the medical honor society, the medical school equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa, in the United States and Canada. Membership is by election for distinguished academic achievement.

What is AOA for doctors? ›

American Osteopathic Association | AOA.

What is AOA certification? ›

Designed by physicians for physicians, AOA Board Certification ensures the advancement of clinical skills and knowledge throughout your entire medical career. AOA Board Certification is an important quality marker for patients, employers, insurers and regulators.

Does AOA help for fellowship? ›

The AOA awards research fellowships annually to students in their first, second, or third year of medical school. Each School of Medicine can put forward one nominee to AOA for the Research Fellowships.

Does Harvard have AOA? ›

The CCEP endorsed the task force recommendation which was then approved by school leaders, including Dean Talmadge King. With this decision, UCSF joins other medical schools including Harvard, Stanford and others who do not participate in AOA.

Is 30 med schools too many? ›

Is applying to 30 medical schools too much? The AAMC reveals in 2019; there were a total of 896,819 applications submitted by 53,371 applicants, with an average of 17 applications per applicant. Applying to between 20 to 30 schools is advisable, depending on the factors guiding your application.

What percent of doctors are DOs? ›

Doctors of osteopathic medicine currently make up about 8.5 percent (N = 81,115) of licensed physicians, but that percentage will increase in the coming years.

What percentage of students get all A's? ›

According to Rojstaczer, close to 50% of all college grades given are A's, a far cry from even two decades ago, when the average GPA at a four-year college was 3.11. He recently told USA TODAY that A's are now three times more common than they were in 1960.

How many students are in Alpha Omega? ›

Alpha first opened its doors in 2011 to 35 year 11 students and today, only ten years later, there are over 500 students! Our values and mission are built on our school motto, Belief.

Who is better sigma or alpha? ›

Alpha males are at the top of the social hierarchy, whereas sigma males stay outside the social hierarchy by choice.

What's an omega female? ›

The main characteristics that you find in omega females are they have an introverted nature. They are someone who is not into enjoying large parties. Also, they are not comfortable in a big group of friends.

What is higher than an alpha? ›

The terms alpha, beta, and gamma male are typically used to describe an individual's position within a social hierarchy. In linear hierarchies, alpha males are the highest-ranking males within a group, followed by beta, and then gamma males.

Does GPA matter for residency? ›

For any medical student looking to match in a residency, good grades and academic performance are important, but what is more important is demonstrating you are someone who has the drive and capability and can fit into the program's training culture.

How important is Alpha Omega Alpha? ›

Election to Alpha Omega Alpha is an honor signifying a lasting commitment to professionalism, leadership, scholarship, research, and community service. A lifelong honor, membership in the society confers recognition for a physician's dedication to the profession and art of healing.

Are most medical schools pass fail? ›

However, most medical schools use the Pass-Fail grading system to quantify student achievement of established learning objectives, with an institution-defined threshold for a passing grade.

What comes first alpha or Omega? ›

Alpha (Α) and omega (Ω) are the first and last letters, respectively, of the classical (Ionic) Greek alphabet. Thus, the phrase "I am the alpha and the omega" is further clarified with the additional phrase, "the beginning and the end" in Revelation 21:6, 22:13.

What is a zeta male? ›

A zeta male is used for men who have rejected the traditional expectations associated with being a man- a provider, defender, and protector. He rejects stereotypes and doesn't conform to traditional beliefs. He marches to the beat of his own drum and refuses to be seduced and shamed by anyone.

Who is alpha woman? ›

Alpha Female: A woman who has embraced her leadership ambitions. She is talented, highly motivated, and self-confident. Female alphas embrace their confidence and this helps them lead others.

Is AOA professional membership? ›

There's so much the AOA can do for you

Join the organization that serves as the professional family for more than 168,000 DOs and medical students, working to advance the distinctive philosophy and practice of osteopathic medicine around the world.

How does an AOA work? ›

An angle of attack indicator offers a visual indication of the amount of lift the wing is generating at a given airspeed or angle of bank. The AOA delivers critical information visually or through an aural tone to indicate the actual safety margin above an aerodynamic stall.

Do I need AOA membership? ›

Will AOA defend my licensure and certification if I am not a member? AOA will always advocate for the recognition of osteopathic credentials – the DO degree, AOA residency training, and AOA certification. However, legal advocacy for individual DOs is a benefit of membership.

How many AOA credits do I need? ›

Each time you renew your license, you will need to earn and report a total of 50 hours of continuing medical education credit, to include a minimum of 20 AOA 1A or 1B hours. Credits reported should be earned in the two calendar years preceding the year of renewal.

How much are Alpha Phi Omega dues? ›

To become a Life Member, a one-time financial contribution of $50 for undergraduates (up until 1 year after graduation) or $100 for alumni is required.

Are Alpha Omega Alpha dues tax deductible? ›

Thank you for maintaining your dues. Alpha Omega Alpha is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Your dues and contributions may be tax deductible.

Are DOs less respected than MDs? ›

In the United States, an MD degree is typically more well-respected than a DO. That does not mean a physician with either degree is actually better or worse than the other. There are more MDs than DOs, and because of this standardized acceptance of MDs, they often are considered slightly more reputable.

Is an osteopath as good as an MD? ›

The allopathic (MD) and osteopathic (DO) approaches to medicine are highly valuable for treating patients. Therefore, neither an MD nor DO is objectively better than the other. Nevertheless, your preference for one training modality vs. the other, desire to practice as a specialist vs.

Can MD have tattoos? ›

You are free to get tattoos or have anything on your body. Being a physician would not prevent you from doing so. However, it is wise to cover up a tattoo while you are around patients or co-workers.

What is AOA in USA? ›

The American Optometric Association (AOA), founded in 1898, is the leading authority on quality care and an advocate for our nation's health, representing more than 44,000 doctors of optometry (O.D.), optometric professionals and optometry students.

Who gets AoA? ›

To be eligible for A.O.A., a student must be in the 25% of the class based on academic standing. Of the top quarter of students, up to 15% of the class can be elected to A.O.A.

How DO I verify AoA certification? ›

Contact the AOA Customer Resource Center at (312) 202-8000 to verify your status. In order to request an official physician profile, which provides primary source verification of your certification status, visit the AOA Physician Profiles website or send an email to credentials@AOAprofiles.org.

Why is AoA important? ›

Importance of MoA and AoA

As it provides a working blueprint for a company. Non- compliance with these memoranda, the company may sue a member. Every act of the company should be under the scope of MoA and AoA. The AoA defines internal relations between the company and its members.

Is AOA and MOA same? ›

An MOA is a legal document that every company needs to file during its registration. It consists of the basic details of the company with its purpose of incorporation. On the other hand, an AOA is a document that lays down the guidelines on which the company will operate.

What is ABMS or AOA certification? ›

Certification by an ABMS Member Board helps demonstrate to the public that a physician and medical specialist meets nationally recognized standards for education, knowledge, experience, and skills and maintains their certification through continuous learning and practice improvement in order to provide high quality ...

Is Omega higher than alpha? ›

Alphas rank at the top of the socio-sexual hierarchy followed closely by beta. Whereas omegas rank at the bottom of the hierarchy.

Is Omega Order prestigious? ›

Order of Omega represents the top 5% within the Fraternity/Sorority community on each of its campuses. Much of most chapters' typical operation consists of charitable fundraisers, and the selection of persons to receive scholarships endowed by alumni.

What does AOA stand for in medicine? ›

American Osteopathic Association | AOA. Students. Osteopathic Medical Schools.

How important is Alpha Omega Alpha Reddit? ›

If you're asking why it helps, someone who gets AOA usually also has high board scores, clinical grades, and other things like research/extracurriculars so they're already strong applicants. It's a marker that they're a top residency applicant.

Can Female Alphas get pregnant? ›

Alpha females are significantly less fertile than female betas and omegas. They have little to no chance of getting pregnant.

What is Omega hierarchy? ›

These terms are taken from the Greek alphabet, alpha being the first letter, beta, gamma and delta the second, third and fourth, and omega the last – hence the figurative extensions of alpha and omega as references to the most and least important members of a hierarchy.

Why do you want to join Order of Omega? ›

The purpose of Order of Omega is to: Recognize fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in inter-fraternity activities. Encourage them to continue with the strong bonds and values they've created. Inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment.

Is Omega the perfect clone? ›

But our heroes learn Omega isn't just another clone. She's a pure, unaltered clone of Jango Fett. Like Jango's “son,” Boba, Omega is a perfect copy who will age naturally.

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