The Premedical Summer Institute (PSI) at Baylor College of Medicine provides promising students underrepresented in medicine with additional educational and practical experiences to enhance their competitiveness in the medical school admissions process.
The PSI program, originally funded by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, was created to address the nation's continuing need for a diverse physician workforce and to increase the number of physicians from groups that have been historically underrepresented in medicine.
The PSI provides rigorous coursework in science and communications, as well as the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of medicine through clinical and other learning experiences in the Texas Medical Center.
PSI is a four week summer program that is held for undergraduate students who students who are a part of the Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP) and Baccalaureate/M.D. Programs.