My interest in science has forced me to enroll in AP Chemistry and AP Calculus to supplement my scientific endeavors. I believe my high level of proficiency in both classes, will enable me to assist others achieve their desired level of achievement at Governor’s Honors Program. My involvement in the field of engineering through Robotics and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair will also assist me in providing practical applications for science at Governor’s Honor Program. My avid desire to share knowledge in technological integration will accelerate the performance of the Governor’s Honors Program
Receiving an honors diploma would be illustrative of my hard work and dedication to my education, as it has served as a long-term goal since my freshman year. After high school, I am hopeful that I will attend a university with a quality premedical undergraduate program. The University of Florida is one of my top choices, and I plan to major in Biological Sciences. By taking Advance Placement Biology, Honors Biology Lab, and Honors Anatomy and Physiology, I would expect to be well prepared for each course and its material. Furthermore, I desire to complete medical school and residency at a hospital as a surgical intern.
I have chosen Biology as my major of choice because of my interest in biology classes in the past. Throughout my high school career, I have tried taking a wide variety of classes in order to truly understand what my passion is. After taking a wide variety of classes, I discovered that I was deeply intrigued by subjects involving biology and medicine. I am looking to go to school as a biology major, however, I think I would like to further my education in medical school so that I can pursue a career in medicine. In my family, there is a multitude of people currently working in the medical field including my parents.
So I signed up to be in an athletic training program and help athletes injured. Later on with in my junior year I was in Medical Terminology and this class has opened my mind to many more medical careers. Seeing the many options in the medical field I realized that I want to pursue a profession in the medical field. My senior year i joined an Emergency Medical Technician class. With this class I see how traumatic and non traumatic
I choose to be a Preprofessional Studies major because my passion lies in the medical field. My professional goal is to become a pediatric doctor and possibly working in research for children 's illnesses, such as diabetes. I first gained an interest in the medical field during my senior year of high school. My prior foundation in the sciences was weak and its appeal to me was low, but my anatomy and physiology class changed my attitude. I had a curiosity to the inner workings of the body and this class explored that in addition to research on anatomy and illnesses.
I strive to enhance the quality of human life through sound investigation and precise medical judgment. I hope to prolong life by simply understanding the mechanism of human disease, validating prevention and identifying the most effective treatment of disease. Research contributes an imperative component in for improvement of patient care, treatment, and prevention of health disparities and because of this I intend to incorporate practice and research. I am currently a senior student studying biology following the pre-medical track at Malone University. Preceding medical school, I intend to obtain additional research experience through biomedical research specifically regarding health disparities research.
Ten years from now I see myself in college, working to become an allergist. I have my eye set on this goal because I have had to go to this kind of doctor since I was a little girl.I know if I work hard to become an allergist doctor, I would help kids with different kinds of allergies, this would satisfy me more than money would. Going to school now and getting good grades will help me get into a good college. Getting good grades in college will help me get a degree. Getting a degree will help me become an allergist, where I can help people with medical issues.
But not all tumors are life-threatening. Experts say doctors can’t tell which breast tumors are harmless; so many mammograms produce a “false positive”. These false results can cause women to have surgery, radiation and other unnecessary treatments. Despite the new changes, the American Cancer Society says it’s still important for a woman to talk with her doctor about her risk, and decide what’s best for her health. If she decides to get a mammogram between the ages of 40-44, can still get one, and women older than 55 can still get one every year.
I then became cancer free for a year; I thought this was the end. I thought that I had beat cancer but then life threw a curve ball my way. I went back for my checkups and the doctors observed a lymph node near my heart. This was my first relapse and I couldn’t help but feel a little defeated. My doctors decided to start me off with surgery with the hope of getting rid of the lymph node faster.
I have recently interviewed my grandmother, she is the mother of my father her name is Ngawiki Cooper. I asked her what was the first thing that she noticed differently about herself? She responded, Well i was 69 years old when i first notice a change in my breast, then I was advised to by my partner to go to the next screening, and it wasn 't until my breast got very painful till i took his advice, by that time i was 70 years old and i was too late the cancer had already speared into both my breast. I then asked her why she didn 't get her screening earlier when she first notices difference in her breast, and why didn 't she take her partner 's advice when it was he asked her? She replied, Because i didn 't think it was as serious as it ended up to be, I 'm old i get different kinds of pain throughout my whole body and unfortunately i class the pain in my breast as a passing pain where i thought i would never get it