Congratulations to Ananna! Premed of the Week!

Congratulations to Ananna! Premed of the Week!

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself.  I was born in Bangladesh. I came to America in 2011. I graduated from SUNY Binghamton this year with a major in Integrative Neuroscience. I am passionate about education, teaching and physical and mental health. When I was in college, I was greatly involved in many extracurricular activities, […]

Healthcare From A Patient Perspective

Healthcare From A Patient Perspective

EMU’s M.A. in Biomedicine Program invites patients who have experienced medical issues to share their persepctives on healthcare. This is a unique event which allows students to empathize with these individuals and gain valuable insight on the field they wish to enter. The patient panel comprised of two cancer patients and a physician who’s father […]

Never Forget Your Gifts

Never Forget Your Gifts

Never forget your natural calling… I recall how much emphasis was placed on extracurricular activities during medical school interviews.  They wanted well-rounded, academically achieved students.  However, I really suspected I would walk into a medical school class surrounded by 200 very studious but one-track minded students who beefed up their applications with activities they were forced to […]

Beyond Expectations

Beyond Expectations

Authored by: Monica Nazir, First-Year Student at Eastern Mennonite University’s M.A. in Biomedicine Program Comment: If you’d like to read more blogs by Eastern Mennonite University’s M.A. in Biomedicine program please visit their website:  http://emu.edu/now/ma-biomedicine/ The process students must go through before gaining admission to a health professionals school is often just as stressful and […]