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Hello all! My name is Ehab Abaza. I am an Internal Medicine resident at NYU and formerly attended Georgetown University School of Medicine. As a first generation college graduate and medical student, it was always difficult to find solid career advice, essay help, and interview prep. As a result, I often had to seek out mentors on my own, which can sometimes be overwhelming! Throughout my educational career, I have come to learn the value of great mentorship and hope to share the wisdom I’ve gained with those pursuing the wonderful field of medicine. As a first year medical student, I served as the Academic Director of High School Medical Programs at Georgetown University with the goal of inspiring high school students to enter the field of medicine. Throughout my medical school career, I served as a mentor to underclassman and held workshops in study methods, clinical clerkship skills, essay writing, and interview skills. I am a mentor and advisor to several pre-medical students through programs such as One Step Ahead Mentoring and Prescribe it Forward. I have served as a mock interviewer for Pre-medical students at Georgetown University and Fordham University. Lastly, I served as an interviewer for the Georgetown University School of Medicine Office of Admissions, interviewing applicants for medical school. My goal is to always better understand the applicant so that together, we can create a neatly packaged application that will get you into medical school!
Hi! My name is Akosua and I am currently a third-year medical student at The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. I received my Bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University in 2016 and graduated summa cum laude. Mentorship has been and continues to be an important part of my life. In college, I was part of an organization called Empowering, Encouraging, Eliminating Barriers in which I was a mentor to high school girls interested in STEM careers. As a first-year medical student, I was paired with a UChicago undergraduate student through the Minority Association of Premedical Students and have been mentoring her since then. The summer after my first year, I was paired with a student who was completing a pipeline program here at Pritzker and I have been mentoring her since then. I have also acted as a mentor informally to several undergraduate students who applied during the 2020-2021 cycle, all of whom have been accepted to various medical schools. I was a non-traditional applicant. I took two years off after undergrad to engage in research at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. My projects focused on exploring the effects of a global, systemic injury in rodent models to mimic premature birth in humans. I was able to publish a few original science and review papers during this time. I am currently taking a year off to complete a Master’s in Public Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. I am incredibly excited to be a part of the Motivate MD team. I know firsthand how important it is to have guidance during this process and look forward to helping you with your pre-med journey!
Hey! My name is Quinn and I am a third year medical student at the NYU Grossmen School of Medicine. I am currently a MiniMentor at NYU where I mentor a group of four first year students! At the University of Florida prior to medical school I was a volunteer director for Alpha Epsilon Delta, a pre-health honor society, and helped lead a group of 15-20 pre-health students in volunteer activities, as well as being available through our website to give advice for premed students in our program. I am currently in-press for a write-up about a new vascular procedure here at NYU, and am published in a paper exploring a potential treatment for myotonic dystrophy! I have also volunteered at UF’s pediatric oncology and hematology unit and currently work as part of the referrals team for the Free Clinic here at NYU.
My name is Molly and I am so excited to potentially be part of your med school story. I’m currently a third year medical student at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. U of M is unique in that we have a condensed curriculum; this means that I’ve finished my pre-clinical and clinical education and am in the exploratory phase of med school. This year, I’m taking a break from formal education to focus on my research and writing interests in medical sociology. I’m a non-traditional student with a unique background. I studied sociology and peace studies at Bryn Mawr College for undergrad, and med school was not part of the plan! During college I was a mentor and mediator for other students on campus. I also tutored other students and worked part time as a freelance writer and yoga teacher.
After college, I served in the Peace Corps in Belize, living for two years with Q’eqchi Mayan communities. My focus was public and community health, and I spent those years also mentoring and supporting fellow volunteers who were struggling with adjusting to life during service. It was during my Peace Corps service that I realized how powerful and impactful a medical education could be; I decided at that time to go to medical school. (I also met my husband in Belize, but that’s a different story!) Once I returned to the States, I started my post-bacc work, as well as studying for the MCAT. I continued my work in community health in New Hampshire, working at Dartmouth-Hitchcock hospital as a program coordinator for their emerging Community Health Worker program during my pre-application and application years. Now in med school, I’m an active member of our program’s Street Medicine team and was recently humbled to be inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society. I’m co-founder of the online journal Auxocardia, a place for health professional
students to share in the joys and challenges of medical education.
As a non-traditional student, I found that one challenge non-traditional students really struggle with is valuing their experiences, and understanding how competitive they can be! I am someone who had to take the MCAT twice; this was discouraging early in my journey, but I ended up being incredibly fortunate during my application cycle. I’d love to share my experience with you, as well discuss non-traditional or non-science backgrounds, non-traditional paths through medical school, working while studying for the MCAT, leveraging merit scholarships, caring for family members during medical school, marriage and parenthood during medical school or anything else that you’re worried is unusual or challenging. In all likelihood, these are traits that are going to make you an incredible asset to the program you choose. Everyone needs a cheerleader and a ‘rock,’ through this process. You can absolutely do this! I’d be honored to be part of your med school story.
Hi Everyone! My name is Sheena, and I am a 4th year medical student at the University of Illinois College of Medicine pursuing dermatology. I am a first generation student originally from a rural town in Illinois. I attended Saint Louis University for my undergraduate education, where I majored in Psychology and Biology. In undergrad, I spent 2.5 years performic basic science research where I published a manuscript in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University. Additionally, I served as a biology TA, tutor, and tutor leader for our peer mentoring program where I was able to teach and mentor hundreds of students.
As a medical student, I transitioned from basic science to clinical research, where I published a manuscript in dermatology. Currently, I am taking a year off medical school to pursue a clinical research fellowship in dermatology. When I’m not doing research or studying for exams, I spend time mentoring pre med students underrepresented in medicine, guiding them through everything from personal statements to interview day. Additionally, I am an admissions ambassador for the med school, where my primary role is interviewing incoming medical students.
The journey to medical school is difficult, often uncertain, and one that I remember very clearly. I joined MotivateMD to help ease some of the anxiety that comes along with applying to medical school. I look forward to meeting with you and helping you reach your career goals!
Hi all! My name is Haley and I’m a 2nd year medical student at Rush Medical College in Chicago, IL. My path to medical school has been challenging to say the least and I feel incredibly honored to be able to use my experience to advise others on their own journey to medicine. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin with my bachelor’s in Sociology and certificates in Gender & Women’s Studies and Global Health. In college, I most enjoyed being involved in my community which led me to experiences such as working with students at an adult English Second Language school, volunteering as a medical assistant in a free clinic and serving as a support advocate on a crisis helpline. After graduating, my passions for service and mentorship led me to dedicate a year of service with AmeriCorps in Louisiana where I was a 3rd grade math instructor and near-peer mentor. I know from my own experience just how crucial it is to have reliable mentorship and advising while navigating the complex process of medical school applications, and I look forward to having that opportunity to support you on your journey to medicine!
Hi! My name is Sereena J. and I’m currently a first-year medical student at the TCU & UNTHSC* School of Medicine in Fort Worth Texas. I earned my B.S. in Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology from Emory University in 2019. To stay motivated on my path to medicine, I TA’d for Biology and Human Physiology and I joined my school’s on-campus Emergency Medical Services program, which allowed me to become certified as an Advanced-EMT and volunteer within the Atlanta area for three years. I studied abroad twice in college (France and Denmark) and took a gap year afterwards to give myself a mental break, build some savings and life experiences, and spend time with my family before I sold myself to medicine for good!
Since high school, I’ve been active as a mentor in multiple settings. Related to medicine, however, I began mentoring pre-meds during my junior year of college and formally took on mentorship roles around the summer of 2020. I’ve provided guidance related to scheduling and balancing different science courses, obtaining research and shadowing opportunities, study strategies for the MCAT, and have even helped students solidify their AMCAS school list and applications. I currently serve as an ambassador for my school’s admissions committee, so I also have a bit of experience calming nerves before a medical school interview. I didn’t have too many mentors I could look to when I went through the process–I know how cold the water is and would love to help students wade their way through.
I spent a year in undergrad researching Huntington’s Disease and a semester researching neurologic disorders and presenting a case on Multiple Sclerosis. In medical school, I’m actively pursuing a project centered around infertility and I maintain a research-advocacy hybrid relationship with a virtual lab in Boston focused on improving maternal and child well-being.
If you take anything away from an interaction with me, I hope it will be that if you’d like to pursue a career in medicine, nothing will stand in your way, no matter any flaws you may be hyperaware of in your application. I look forward to aiding you on your journey through medicine!
*Texas Christian University and University of Texas Health Science Center School of Medicine
Hey Everyone! My name is Anuj, and I am an Anesthesiology resident at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. I formerly attended the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. Prior to beginning medical school, I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Connecticut in Physiology and Neurobiology, and followed that with a Master in Physiology at Georgetown University.
Throughout my collegiate education I have followed one rule – pursue your passion and find yourself in every activity; I truly believe these are the activities that hold the most meaning. Growing up right outside of Boston, Massachusetts, arguably the city of champions, I have always gravitated towards sports – I enjoy not only watching, but also playing sports including football and baseball. I devote a lot of my free time biking, hiking, and spending time in the general outdoors. Having this being my hobby, I naturally combined it with my undergraduate and graduate degrees, but also my passion in medicine, and further participating in many extracurricular, research, and leadership activities. I devoted much time into Special Olympics of Connecticut and Maine enjoying spreading the joy of sports, but also working with this unique population advocating for awareness in medical discrepancies through clinical research. As for research, I lived out my dream and participated in several research projects at the National Football League (NFL) – even getting to go the NFL Headquarters in NYC for the Award Gala! Further, I continued to explore my interests and have published several research articles and projects pertaining to medical innovation, public health issues, and recently, the Novel COVID-19 Virus. I have conducted research at Boston Children’s Hospital, but also through recognized fellowships grants as a medical student, and with national, and international research teams.
I found mentoring as a great passion of mine – as a first-generation medical professional, I found early on that mentorship is key. This includes a person to serve as a mentor, but also help with editing and general advice! I have been fortunate to have great mentors, and I look forward to passing that on to the students I have the pleasure working with. I throughout medical school served as a tutor and teaching assistant in several courses. I am thrilled to be part of the amazing team at Motivate MD, and am excited to be a resource for you as we work towards journey and goal.
My name is Emma and I am currently a fourth year medical student at Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in New Mexico. While I was born in AZ, I grew up in Albuquerque, NM and graduated summa cum laude from The University of New Mexico (UNM) with a BS in Medical Laboratory Sciences. After graduating college, I relocated to Baltimore, MD where I worked as Clinical Laboratory Scientist for two years prior to beginning medical school. I enjoy writing and am humbled to have had two articles published in 2020 as well as currently contribute to the Motivate MD blog. At BCOM, I have created the Burrell-Aggie Mentorship Program which is a program created specifically for NMSU Pipeline and pre-medical students. I hold mentorship to the highest regard as none of my own family members were doctors or even in the medical field, so I learned as I advanced along my journey. I had always wished I had a mentor guide me through the pre-med years, medical school application process, and early years in medical school, so my goal is to be that mentor for students. I know what it feels like to be uncertain whether you are making the right moves and decisions in the pre-med realm. If this feels like you right now – I am more than happy to assist in any facet of your medical school journey!
Hi guys! My name is Dr. Ravin Patel, I am a Family Medicine Resident based out of NJ! I am a recent graduate of a 7-year accelerated B.S./D.O. program at Nova Southeastern University. Outside of medicine, I also work as a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. I’ve participated in mentorship since high school both as a mentee and a mentor as I progressed from undergrad, medical school to residency. I was involved in my college’s mentorship program which gave me an early insight into medical school applications and how to succeed as a medical student. As I transitioned to medical school, I continued to mentor undergraduate students on how to have a successful transition to the professional school setting. I am so excited to get to know you all and help motivate and work with you guys to help you reach and exceed your goals!
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