Mu Sigma Phi Sorority

The first medical sorority in the Philippines and in Asia.
An unbroken line of over a thousand lady doctors from the University of the Philippines Manila.


Annual Activities

Talks/Symposia • OSCE Reviews • Brainstorm • Excellence, Knowledge, Genius (EKG)

Prominent Sisses

The Mu Sigma Phi Sorority takes pride in its members who have excelled in their own fields and made a mark in Philippine medical history.


MSP Conducts First-ever Neuroanatomy Lecture and Laboratory Review

By Mel Caraan, µƩɸ '15 • 20 October 2011

Robert Frost once said that the brain is a wonderful organ; it starts working the moment you get up in the morning and does not stop until you get into the office.  For medical students, brain is more than a wonderful organ that is vital to our existence.  It is a subject matter, together with the spinal cord and the nerves that comprise our body that needs much focus and dedication to study.

Sis Awardees for August 2011

By Emma Magbitang & Lea Labayen, µƩɸ '15 • 14 October 2011

Recently, sisses, both alumna and undergraduates alike, have been awarded for their boundless social contributions, most notably in the field of education. This is a testament to the undying dedication of the Mu Sigma Phi Sorority to one of its four pillars, Scholarship. They serve as an inspiration not only to the Sorority but to the rest of society as well. Congratulations, sisses! AFTG!

Congratulations, New Doctors!

By Jen Chavez, µƩɸ '15 • 24 August 2011

The Mu Sigma Phi Sorority, together with the rest of the UP College of Medicine community, celebrates the 100% passing rate of Class 2011 in the recently concluded 2011 Physician Licensure Examination given by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). Truly, the days and nights of hard work, preparation and anxiety have paid off for these new doctors.

MSP Conducts Kodachrome Review for Class 2016

By Mel Caraan, µƩɸ '15 • 9 August 2011

The unfamiliarity of medical school can intimidate even the most intelligent and most prepared medical student.  The barrage of information and the examinations left and right can be exhausting most of the time.  Thus, the Mu Sigma Phi has found ways to help ease the adjustment of the freshmen into first year of medical education. 

Gaining in Giving: Join the New Revolution

By • 15 June 2011