Participating in a summer program is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the field of medicine and shape the early experiences of your future in medicine. These different programs focus on providing students with clinical experience, MCAT preparation, community medicine, health care and policy, scientific and clinical research, and more. The experiences that you […]
It is an honor to share this interview with Michèle-Corinne Ako, a Neurobiology/Physiology & Community Health double major and pre-medical student at the University of Maryland, College Park. Michèle-Corinne is an inspirational student and leader born in the Cameroon. She enlisted in the United States Army, became president of the African Student Association of the […]
This first post dedicated to the History of Medicine is about Ancient Inca Surgeons who regularly and successfully performed head trauma surgery called trepanation without anaesthetic. The procedure relieved the pressure of fluid under the skull that resulted from trauma observed in men after combat. After years of practice and fine tuning of tools and […]
What if there was a new requirement on the secondary application for your dream medical school? You have to run there and the distance is over 2,000 miles. What if you were required to walk the distance from your medical school to your #1 on your Rank List? It’s required now, the only way you’re […]
Ben Phillips, a professional and hilarious personality on Vine, is treated by Dr. Harley who has impeccable rapport with his “patient”. “If you’ve got a boo boo wash it, kiss it, and plaster it! Has nothing to do with medicine, but it’s an adorable clip.