“In 2012, Dr. Peter Gabor Bernad, M.D., M.P.H., FACP recognized a need in the increasing numbers of International Medical Graduates (IMGs) seeking to match in residency in the United States. An IMG himself and a practicing neurologist and clinical fellow in neurology at George Washington University, Dr. Bernad created AMIQT to share his knowledge and love of medicine with the next generation of doctors.”
What We Do
AMIQT (American Medical International Quality Training) offers month-long rotations and externships for International Medical Graduates (IMGs) and current medical students. At our three locations in the DC metro area, students receive high-quality, hands-on clinical experience. Students learn American medicine, while establishing professional and personal bonds with experienced physicians and each other.
We offer assistance with personal statements, housing, English language training, letters of recommendation, and anything else we can to improve your chances of matching in US residency.
Who We Are
Dr. Peter Bernad, MDCM, MPH, FACP
Founder and President
Dr. Peter Bernad is a neurologist in the Washington, DC metropolitan region and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including George Washington University Hospital and Inova Alexandria Hospital. He received his medical degree from McGill University Faculty of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is one of 34 doctors at George Washington University Hospital who specialize in Neurology. In addition to AMIQT, Dr. Bernad has been published in numerous journals, has written two well-regarded books on neurological topics, and is President of ABEN (American Board of Electroencephalography and Neurophysiology).
Dr. Martin Stein
Dr. Sajan Nakka
AMIQT Course Administrator
AMIQT Marketing Manager
William Keiser is a marketing professional with six years of experience who grew up around doctors and electronic medical record systems. For AMIQT, he manages all aspects of the brand identity, graphic design, and social media accounts, and may ask you to pose for a picture.