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Ophthalmology Residency, Tribute to Mentor

If I had been asked to specify the qualities of someone who was to teach me any subject, I would have asked for a teacher who was deeply knowledgeable in his subject and passionate about it with the ability to pass those qualities on to others; someone who was courteous, kind, witty and genuinely in…

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Colorectal Surgery, Public Health, Trauma


As I sat under the Saharan sun during my Peace Corps service in West Africa, I would dream about what it would be like to be a doctor one day. That vision recently came to fruition as I stared at my first suppurative appendix, in a patient’s abdomen I had opened;. I had teased out the culprit, and…

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Residency in Anesthesiology, UK, Surgery


While a senior at the University of XXXX, I was shocked to see poverty and disease up close, to learn its reality. As a rural health care volunteer in northern India, without portable machines or diagnostic equipment, I experienced medicine and surgery at its roots: my hands and ears were my most …

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Residency Anesthesiologist, Scuba Diver


My interest in Anesthesia began in a serendipitous fashion. Throughout pre-clerkship we were presented with the opportunity to shadow physicians in order to learn about their various specialties. By the middle of second year medicine, and despite the fact that I had shadowed several physicians, …

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Cardiology Fellowship, XMC, MTWA


I have been fascinated by cardiology since my early childhood when I spent most of my leisure time at the hospital run by my father, a cardiologist. Dinnertime discussions about the human heart and its complexity further stimulated my curiosity and left me with an unquenchable desire to learn more…

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Fellowship Pulmonary Critical Care


For the past decade, I have maintained a conceptual continuity in my medical education and professional experiences. I came to America primarily to pursue the finest training in Internal Medicine in a country in which there is advanced technologies, as well as countless opportunities for professio…

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Fellowship Anesthesiology, Critical Care


A physician from Nepal who has spent the last couple of years working and living in New York, I am a quick learner and enormously devoted to medical research. Having published on various themes, including Anemia, Diabetes, organ transplants and critical care, I have decided upon the latter as a lo…

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Residency Anesthesiology, Pharmacology, ICU


I have decided to enter the field of Anesthesiology with a scope to further specialize in critical care medicine. Anesthesiology offers the perfect blend of the mental challenges seen in internal medicine with the direct, hands on approach of surgery into an amalgam that sustains my desire to keep…

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ICU Residency, Anesthesiology, Nigerian


For over seven years, I have dedicated my life, in terms of a highly decorated academic path and professional experiences, five of which have been purely clinical work, to the study of medicine. Each experience has led logically to the next, building on the previous one while ever -increasing my c…

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Residency Dermatology, Cross-cultural, Africa


For over seven years, I have dedicated my life, in terms of a highly decorated academic path and professional experiences, five of which have been purely clinical work, to the study of medicine. Each experience has led logically to the next, building on the previous one while ever increasing my cl…

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Trauma Surgery


As reflected in my curriculum vitae, I was a non-traditional student when accepted into XXXX University Medical School. I'd had many unique opportunities in the pre-hospital phase of Emergency Medicine, which gave me a solid clinical base as well as experiences in training, program administration …

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Medical Residency Acute Care, California


One of the most powerful moments of my life occurred in a crematorium. The shantytowns around Caracas, Venezuela had been decimated by mudslides; I was working for the Venezuelan Red Cross, seeing patients from the tailgate of a four-wheel drive pick-up truck. After a grueling day of shoveling in …

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Adrenaline Rush


I have focused my sights on the practice of emergency medicine ever since I began medical school. I have always enjoyed taking risks and I feel most comfortable working under high pressure. I like the adrenaline rush, generally speaking; it goes with my style. This is also why I spend my vacations…

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Residency Emergency Medicine, Caribbean School


I am thankful for the cold, blunt realization that accompanied waking up in an emergency room that day in Colorado. This skiing accident as a college student knocked me out and left me bleeding and torn. Still immature, undecided, and without a calling in life, all this began to change in ER at XX…

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Residency ENT Medicine, Ear Nose and Throat


Over the past seven years, my academic and professional careers have maintained a consistent path towards the practice of ENT Medicine. Interspersed between and in support and preparation for my degree programs, I have actively sought and participated in voluntary externships, internships, and res…

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Residency Otolaryngology, Meniere's Disease


I first became interested in head and neck surgery at the age of six. Suffering from congenital cholesteatoma AD, I pursued medical treatment at a local hospital. One of the otolaryngologists, Dr. XXXX, elegantly removed the offending mass with such precision and compassion, the course of my life …

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Residency Family Practice, Osteopathic, India

Did you hear about that huge earthquake in India? asked one of my classmates who knew that I was from India. My jaw dropped and a hundred thoughts went through my head. There I was during my first year of medical school sitting anxiously about to take my first written anatomy exam when one of my cla…

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Residency Family Medicine, Children's Hospital


My life experiences have prepared me for a career in family medicine. I find such a field to require genuine interest, dedication, and the ability to communicate and relate to patients of all age groups. Upon entering medical school with an interest skin conditions, I assumed that dermatology was …

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Residency Family Medicine, Community Service

 


In my journey through medical school, I have realized that pursuing a career in family medicine will allow me to address several of my special interests while also allowing me to serve me community effectively. I came to medical school after having taught eighth grade, and I knew that I want…

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Residency Family Medicine Practice, Pakistan


Originally from Karachi, Pakistan, at 26, I am still a young woman; yet I am also very serious, mature, and cosmopolitan a citizen of the world most of all I have a well-developed sense of compassion and a deep and abiding respect and concern for the family and the practice of medicine. Compassion…

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