I always want to get a chance to do research on medicinal plants to ascertain its efficacy for diseases, and apply into modern medicines or natural health care products. Also, the chemistry courses that I have taken here at GSU have instilled in me a curiosity about the functions of substances that are visible only under the microscope. I feel that participating in the Honors College’s internship programs and advanced research projects will allow me to accumulate good experience, build strong relationships with my professors
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,
Pharmaceutical Administration have become extremely essential in today's bioscience industry. It encompasses current scientific standard practices with ethical, legal and business issues. In this exciting time of drug development and clinical trials, there is an urgent demand for "Getting it Right”, the first time and every time. As a candidate for graduate study in Pharmaceutical Administration at your prestigious University, I am eager to expand my academic skills in helping people live healthier lives by using my knowledge in health care & medicine and combining my curiosity in bioscience, along with my personal traits. In my school days I had a great affinity to anything related to science and this enabled me to get a good sound knowledge base critical for pursuing the undergraduate program in
Being in biology I will have already learned the basic anatomy and terminology that I need to know in medical school, which will give me an advantage. It will also let me be able to make sure I have the basic course requirements for medical school already taken. If I want to be a doctor, I feel as though taking biology will be the best choice for me. The scholarships I apply for always support students who are majoring in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics. These majors are known as STEM.
I learn three things after completing the PHM-314 class: I will hold and promote changes that increase patient center care. I will use my knowledge, ability, experience and importance to organize the next group of peer pharmacist. I will improve my professional knowledge and proficiency. Based on my observation and an experience, I learned that hospital setting is something I am truly interested in and for this reason I joined PSSNY organization to learn more about hospital research program or clinical base information. I surprised to learn two things: • Pharmacist play major role in multidisciplinary health care system.
Second paragraph: About my college major Many people have chosen different career majors in the medical field, I chose Medical Assistant because like I said I enjoy helping others. Before choosing this career, I found information about it, from what classes are required for this career, the steps to take to become a Medical Assistant,and many more questions that I had. The first question I had asked myself was, What is a Medical Assistant? A Medical Assistant is an allied health professional that supports the work of physicians and other health professionals, usually in a clinic setting. They are four easy steps to do to become a Medical Assistant.
Besides the school aspect, I also want to participate in numerous extracurricular activities offered. My main goal is to study and research registered nursing at IUPUI, but one day I hope to become a pediatric oncologist nurse. When I was younger I was eager to help my dad with his insulin shots. I always wanted to make sure that
I am now sufficiently fast in reading patient medical records as well as being able to recognise and interpret medical information. Through this task, I definitely learn a valuable skill and enhance my medical knowledge which would be beneficial for my professional career especially if I become a hospital pharmacy intern. It was also a good chance for me to have a chat with pharmacists in Ipswich hospital to learn more about a life of a clinical pharmacist. 2. What are some big obstacles you have had to overcome to get to where you are today?
By the time I got to college my confidence grew and I knew I wanted to pursue medicine. In addition to my studies, my work in the healthcare field has exposed me to a variety of scenarios. I have worked as a standardized patient at the Medical Education Research Facility helping medical students practice their clinical skills and learn how to empathize with patients by listening to their stories. Much of this stems on skills of communication with the patients, but it also includes setting an agenda for the visit, listening actively to the patient’s own narrative, using empathy to understand the patient’s emotions, and agreeing
By taking Cell Biology, it not only will provide me with a base level understanding of the foundation of life, but it will also teach me how to further analyze that information and project it into more complex concepts in my world. My major career goal is to be a physician, but before I can accomplish that I have to go to med school, and, without the core fundamentals of life that is taught in Cell Biology, I would have a hard time fully grasping the “why” and “how” of further and more complex processes and concepts that I will have to learn. When it comes to Science courses, my strengths include being detailed oriented, being well organized with assignments and notes, having a photographic memory that easily recalls information once studied, and putting in a great amount of effort because I have a true love for science. However, I am not perfect and I have weaknesses well, which include not always asking for help when I need it, getting hard on myself for not doing well/understanding a certain concept, and waiting for the last couple of days before a test to study. When preparing/studying for an exam, I have a routine that I typically follow.
Although I was focused on pursuing a career in the law I was also intrigued by the medical field. I was exposed to the world of medicine from a very young age. My mother, sister, and grandmother all had careers in the field. I was always the selected person to help them study for a quiz, practice a procedure on, and to hear about their stories from work. Their careers seemed fascinating.
Holding a diploma in my hands and going to college has been one of my dearest dreams; I have always believed in reaching my maximum potential and dreamed numerous times of being able to go to medical school, study, help and lead my community through the medical field. Ever since I was a little girl, I knew I wanted to become a doctor, I have always been amazed and feel an immense interest in learning specifically about biology and medicine; I feel a serious motivation towards understanding how the human body works; each organ, tissue and every cell interests me; I desire to learn and understand how the diseases manifest, how to diagnose and master each technique to treat them;I am extremely committed to my education and to reaching my goal which is to become a doctor.