The Congress of Future Medical Leaders
The Congress of Future
The Nationally Recognized Honors Program for
High School and College Students
If you are a student who...
✔︎ Is dedicated to the service of humanity through medicine
✔︎ Is enrolled in high school or college
✔︎ Has a 3.5+ GPA, ACT score of 22+, or SAT score of 1300+ (verification will be required)
If you meet these qualifications, we are excited to invite you to apply to become a Delegate at the 2024 Congress of Future Medical Leaders.
The Congress will take place on the UMass Lowell campus from June 26 to 28, right outside of Boston, Massachusetts.
If you meet these qualifications, we are excited to invite you to apply to become a Delegate at the 2024
CONGRESS OF FUTURE MEDICAL LEADERS
which will take place on the UMass Lowell campus on June 26-28, right outside of Boston, Massachusetts.
A Transformative Experience
Mario Capecchi, Ph.D.
2007 Nobel Prize Recipient
National Academy of Future Physicians Science Director
→ Be mentored by the greatest minds in medicine, including winners of the Nobel Prize, medical school deans, and leaders in research
→ Come face-to-face with and be guided by award-winning Young Geniuses
→ Receive an Award of Excellence, signed and certified by a Nobel Laureate
→ Earn college credit
2023 #CFML Recap
Over 5,000 students, committed to pursuing excellence in the medical field, gathered for three transformative days brimming with inspiration, educational enlightenment, unwavering motivation and ENERGY BABY ⚡️
Alumni Success Stories
CEO & Founder, Rebokeh Vision Technologies
Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design MSE Graduate '22
DC Inno Under 25 Honoree
Current medical school student at SUNY Upstate Medical University
First-ever recipient, Dr. Sarah Loguen Fraser Dean's Student Distinction Award
Full scholarship recipient to SUNY Upstate Medical University
Props From Our Delegates
As a Congress Delegate, you get to hear from the world's leading medical pioneers, groundbreaking researchers, and young prodigies leading the future of medicine and medical technology. You'll also hear from patients whose lives have been changes by advances in medicine.
Jennifer Doudna, Ph.D.
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
TIME Kid of the Year
Stephen "Ray" Mitchell, M.D., MBA
Dean, Georgetown Medical School (2000-2020)
Award of Excellence
At the close of the Congress, Delegates are presented with the prestigious Award of Excellence - recognizing their academic achievements, dedication, and leadership in the field of medicine.