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Radiology Residency Woman Doctor from Iraq

I am a very bright and enthusiastic young woman from Iraq who graduated in second place in her medical school class. An experienced doctor and now a permanent resident of the USA, I want to give my all to your residency program in radiology. I have now been cultivating a special focus in radiology f…

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Residency Internal Medicine, Indian, Externship IM

Since childhood, my enthusiasm empowered me to excel at school. I always wanted to have goals and ambitions as perfect as arrows in archery aiming at the centre of the circle. As a consequence, I chose biology though many choices were open to me. Moreover, there appeared no better way of applying sc…

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Residency Internal Medicine, Russian Applicant

Call 911! The young Caucasian male had been thrown fifteen yards from the site of impact and surprisingly was still conscious upon my arrival. Flail chest", I thought to myself as I unbuttoned his shirt and placed my backpack upon his right side. "Pulse 98, respiration 28 short and quick; help is on…

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Cardiology Fellowship, Ethiopian Applicant

I was born, raised, and went to medical school in Ethiopia where most modern medical tools such as CT scans and MRIs were simply not available. Nevertheless, my professors insisted that the most important medical information is always obtained from interviews with and observation of the patients. I …

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Residency IM, Radiation Oncology, Chinese

Practicing Internal Medicine is what I most enjoy because of the intense, intimate interaction with patients. I particularly take delight in collecting and analyzing the clinical and laboratory evidence that is essential for diagnosis. And I find deep satisfaction in initiating and optimizing treatm…

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Residency Psychiatry, New Yorker, Nurse, MBA


I am a New Yorker, a physician, a woman of Italian origins, who has dedicated her to life to the study of medicine for many years now. For some time, my personal reading and intellectual progression has been in the area of psychiatry. Now a mature doctor at the age of 38, this trend continues to d…

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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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Residency Pediatric Dermatology, Children


I hid behind my mother and asked myself, “Do I dare look again?” In all of my six years, I had never seen such an unusual looking person. In front of me stood a lady with white hair and ghostly pale skin flecked with scattered brown spots. Why did she look like that? If she was truly my mom’s sist…

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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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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, IMG, Internal Medicine, Inflammation


Internal Medicine was first introduced to me, in the clinical sense, during my internship rotations. It was through this rotation that I came to realize how much I was emotionally and psychologically involved in the process of diagnosis, management and follow-up. I was fascinated by the sheer dive…

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Residency IMG, Indian Woman


I am writing this essay in support of my application for your Medical Residency Program in the area of Internal Medicine. I am a 29-year-old Asian woman who now lives in Cambridge in the UK. I hope to be accepted into a residency program in the United States in Internal Medicine. I was born and ra…

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Residency Ophthalmology, Academic


I am writing this letter to complement my application for a residency position in ophthalmology at XXXX. Since most of my personal details have been included in other portions of my application I will summarize some pertinent points and give a little more background into why I have chosen to pursu…

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Medical Residency Pathology, India

Diagnosis of disease has always been my passion. It is what attracted me to a career in medicine. For me there has been nothing more exciting than the challenge involved in unraveling the mysteries of the human body. I was introduced to Pathology in the second year of my medical school and had also …

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