I think that pursuing a professional degree collaborating signal processing and electronics will not only advance my career but will bring me closer to my long-term goal of making a difference. Through my research, I learned that UT Arlington is one of the fastest-growing public research universities in the nation. The Electrical Department of the university offers a plethora of knowledge and research opportunities. It has been the abode to a number of international students, with the on-campus facilities adding further to the advantages of studying at an institution with a world-class standard. I would like to continue the legacy of contributing to the world.
I believe the medical field is the best career choice for a kindhearted person such as myself. I feel like I should be selected because I love people, I am extremely interested in the medical field, and I already have a bit helpful experience. I am certainly a member of my school’s beta club, which means I have participated in many service projects. Serving others and helping them in any way I can is very satisfying to me. Also, I am extremely interested in pursuing a medical career, especially physical therapy.
My biostatistics and epidemiology classes at medical school turned out to be my defining professional moment. I discovered my passion in research methodology and decided to pursue my future career as an epidemiologist. My excellent mathematical background, along with my passion for medicine made me appreciate how the epidemiology is an artistic and indispensable part of medicine in general and public health in particular. Aside from the fact of being the core of public health, it is a very versatile specialty. My aim is to pursue a master’s degree in the field of epidemiology, specializing in statistical epidemiology.
My experiences and strong loving family have instilled these qualities in me. I am looking forward to an Internal Medicine residency program that will expose me to the highest standards of clinical experience and provide me with the expertise needed in Internal Medicine. It would be a great learning experience if I get exposed to colleagues and patients from different social, economic and cultural backgrounds. Such an environment can help in the exchange of knowledge and ideas. I am seeking this program because it can fulfil my above mentioned academic interests in a friendly atmosphere.
My intended major is bioengineering. Bioengineering involves using the principles of engineering to expand solutions for health products and techniques that will increase the quality of life. I chose this major because I have a love for science and after seeing many past relatives struggle with health problems, I think that it would be great if I could try to save other lives by creating artificial organs and
Ever since I was young, dentistry had sparked my interest for my career. Dentistry appeals to me chiefly because I had always wanted to be involved in a profession where I can help people. My love towards human biology especially human teeth also contributes to my career choice. Most importantly, I find human teeth interesting, often fascinating. Due to my compassionate nature, I have since long known that I would want to pursue dentistry as my career because I get to form relationships with my patients, work hand in hand with many people on a face to face basis.
I have a deep interest in the medical field and anatomy and I am a very altruistic person and I would like to be able to help people in ways that others cannot. In order for this to become reality I will have to achieve outstanding results for my matric year and I aim to do so by working continuously and consistently throughout the year. Health and
Career development My current position as a fellow in the Division of Endocrinology has provided me a tremendous research opportunity and added to my enthusiasm to become an academic researcher in the field of beta-cell proliferation and regeneration. Under the guidance of my mentors, I started early in my fellowship training to explore that field by studying the prognostic outcome of auto islet cell transplantation in patients with chronic pancreatitis who undergo total pancreatectomy. Successful completion of that project was the starting point that prompted me to choose Dr. George Gittes, who is a well-known expert in that field. My long-term goal is to become an independent researcher in the field of beta cell proliferation and regeneration,
I have always had an extremely curious mind, with a particular interest in biological principles and how things work from a biological standpoint. Being a curious person inspires me want to learn more about medical subjects. As the knowledge in the nursing field constantly changes and progresses, there will always be more to learn, which excites me. It would be extremely difficult to work in the nursing field without compassion and empathy. It is incredibly important to establish an empathetic and compassionate connection with patients within any healthcare setting.
Going through school, I loved being in the lab doing experiments, learning about human anatomy, and using various forms of technology. Biomedical/Clinical research combines three traits into one intriguing, fast-paced environment that I would love to be a part of someday. I was blessed enough that I was able to obtain a Bachelor’s of Science in Cellular/Molecular Biology and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Research but I feel there is always something new to learn to help me ultimately reach my goal of being a clinical research coordinator. Expanding my knowledge further will give me a better chance of working for a good research hospital or CRO (Clinical Research Organization) in the future. That is the reason why a college education is important to me to fulfill my dream of breaking into the field of biomedical and clinical