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Residency Internal Medicine, Pulmonology, Saudi


A young woman and a doctor from Saudi Arabia, still only 25, I am an outgoing person who very much enjoys life, travel and experiencing new things, My mosaic of life thus far, academic and professional experiences combined, have empowered me to excel in Internal Medicine.  I look forward to contri…

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Residency in Radiology, Canada, Qatar

I have been told that the key to being an excellent radiologist is never to forget that behind every single image, there is a unique individual who is almost certainly very anxious. He or she has loved ones and friends who are also worried. The image represents real people with fears and hopes and i…

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Family Medicine Residency, Iran, Canada, USA

I hold a degree in Electrical Engineering and, during my studies, became involved in work related to medical imaging which was fascinating and I saw as a possible future career path in this area of work. During this time, I also undertook some very useful medically related research which has been pu…

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Residency Pediatrics, Latina Doctor, Venezuela

I am a Latina doctor originally from Venezuela. I recently spent eight years in Miami, where I have experienced first-hand how medical care in the United States is rapidly becoming multi-lingual, especially English/Spanish. This brings me joy and provides me with a driving sense of purpose, working …

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Residency Family Practice Medicine: Indian

I am a young man from India who has devoted his life to the study of medicine. At 29, I still have much to learn, but I am most highly motivated and I have always given 100% to my calling. I am most distinguished, perhaps, by my compassion, which has led me to develop a special interest in geriatric…

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Radiology Fellowship Abdominal Imaging

For many years now I have been profoundly dedicated to the in-depth study of radiology. Foremost among my professional engagements has been my exposure to the work of many outstanding radiologists. I have learned from them that we must rid ourselves of all preconceived notions of what we are looking…

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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 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 Emergency Medicine, Volunteer Work


Soon to be finishing medical school, I have been preparing myself for some time for my ultimate goal, to practice medicine as an ER Physician. Beginning at the Natural Sciences Department at the University of XXXX, I was able to develop the initial tools and skills for further development in the b…

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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, Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery


I knew that I would plan on a career in otolaryngology after I met a 65 year old African American male who had been diagnosed with base of tongue squamous cell carcinoma. The patient reminded me of my grandfather who past away at the age of 85 of gastrointestinal problems. I did not want to see th…

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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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Residency Internal Medicine, Diabetes


Despite the substantial hurdles one needs to cross in order to enter medical school in my homeland, I succeeded. From the time I was a teenager I have had an intense interest in life sciences, and was ready to commit myself to the path of medicine. With hard work and resolute dedication, I earned …

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Residency Ob/Gyn, Saudi Arabian

 


Born into a family that has always encouraged utilizing our inherent gifts, I have succeeded in every academic venture I have undertaken, becoming the first doctor in our family's recent past. I have adopted my parents’ standards of how to conduct yourself in life, to be disciplined, and to …

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Residency, OB/GYN, Women's Health


I feel strongly that I am fully qualified for a residency position in Ob/Gyn because of my intense interest in and dedication to women´s health, coupled with my extensive experience in this area of medicine. I come from India, which has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world in r…

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Ob Gyn Residency Surgery, Women's Health


Women’s health has always been an important issue for me. I was born and raised in the small community of XXXX population of 900 people. Throughout my youth, my community was fortunate to have three permanent physicians. All three were wonderful doctors but all male. I watched women in XXXX and su…

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Medical Residency Pathology, Chinese


I was born in Northeast China's Jilin Province, the so-called Manchuria region in the past. It remains an economically underdeveloped region at present. My family was rather impoverished when I was a child. My uncle and aunt devoted great attention to my education. They could hardly make their end…

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Medical Residency Pathology, Pathophysiology


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 als…

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Residency Ophthalmology, Self-motivated

 


I always excelled as a student, at or near the top of my class all the way through medical school. One of the reasons for my success has been my mastery of visual skills and imagery, something at which I have been consciously devoted since my childhood.
Ever since my first experiences wit…

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