Medical Technologist Personal Statement

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After four years of working as Medical Technologist II at Quest Diagnostics, one of the largest diagnostics laboratories institute in the world, and one year at the National Institute of Health (NIH) the world most prestigious research organizations in the world and also the world 's foremost medical research center I wanted to return to the academic life and start graduate classes in Health and Medical policy in my home school George Mason University.
Right after I graduated with a degree in Medical Technology from GMU, I decided to join the field of diagnostics to apply the knowledge that I have learned and also to gain new experience by being part of the clinical environment, moreover to get the feeling of what the real life of a medical technologists and laboratory scientists feels like. I enjoy and appreciate every single second of my work. Not everyone gets the opportunity to be part of a team that have such huge impact on humans life by utilizing cutting-edge instruments and techniques and discussing results and ideas with physicians, nurse, and scientists, Although I enjoy handling the complex equipment and processing results, I realized that I am not going to be satisfied with carrying out routine procedures under the direction of Superiors. I
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My father was an enthusiastic scientist; he planted the love of biology inside me. He often took me on field trips and museums visits. He challenged me with simple science experiments. By the time that I was in high school I developed a strong knowledge of the concept of biology. I also happen to have a very intelligent science teacher, Mr. Ahmed who taught us science, he encouraged us to read, try, and ask questions. I remember when he introduced us as a class to The Theory of Evolution in a very simple way that high school students can absorb. I wanted to understand everything and be able to explain it and brag about it to my
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