Wilderness Medicine Interest Group (WMIG)

Welcome to the Wilderness Medicine Interest Group (WMIG)

WMIG Mission:

The Wilderness Medicine Interest Group is a resource for current medical students to gain exposure to the field of Wilderness Medicine. We will coordinate events which are directed toward enhancing and understanding the subspecialty of wilderness medicine, including but not limited to, hostile environments, envenomations, and disaster preparedness.

Club Leadership

Laurel Gieseke, MS2


Brennan Enright, MS2


Caitlin Parke, MS2


Dallin Stevens, MS2


Faculty Advisor

Dr. Jeff Schultz

Associated Websites



Club Events and Activities

Coming Soon:


"Medical Wilderness Adventure Race" is an event in which simulated scenarios must be solved by teams of students. These scenarios mimic what might be encountered in an austere environment with limited medical supplies. Teams must think on their toes and work together to provide appropriate care. Each station is timed and the team that had the most positive outcome at each station wins a prize. This event will be a fun, educational, hands-on way for students to learn improvisation, as well as handy techniques to treat "in the wild".

Photos from MedWAR 2016:

MedWAR EMIG/WMIG 10/1/16

Please visit the 'WMIG Past Events' subpage in the lower left corner for more information!