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.
The physician and patients no longer share the same language with the new instrument’s introduction. Laennec shows that multiple trials using the stethoscope were needed to be conducted to form a reference for the future guidance (Laennec 61). In fact, since the sound of the respiratory system could be distinguished into different segments, further studies and training on the anatomy based education were required. For example, one of the guidance depicts that the sound of the lateral region is always good on the left side due to the position of the liver higher than usual (Laennec 21). Hence, medical education and training on the anatomy was important for the patient diagnosis through the method of
So, even though he has taught several different classes such as gender studies, genetics, introduction to molecular biology and neuroscience his research has always remained his passion. He even wanted to be a doctor at one point, but decided against it as he did not enjoy it; however, he did enjoy being a part of a lab environment researching about the
But the person that helped me the most would but my career tech teacher. He is one of the coolest old men that I have ever met he has helped me find what I want to do after high school. Along with him setting me up with two employers that were willing to hirer a high school kid that doesn’t know anything about what he is doing. Now I am working a company that is making huge houses and i think that i would stay with them for a little while. High school has pointed out that I should not stop looking for a career path.
Not surprisingly, in the past, there was a disconnect between new scientific discoveries and the treatment/understanding of patients. This is when the physician-scientist occupation become important and beneficial. The physician-scientist, through rigorous clinical and research training, is able to
Radiography is a constantly evolving area and my interest in technology keeps me inspired to learn new methods. Patient care is the essential key to becoming a good professional and I have experience working with patients and vulnerable people. Developing professional relationships with patients and their family members are skills I have acquired as a part-time healthcare assistant during my school holidays. Attending boarding school has made me a very empathetic person as I was a prefect and leader to students who had been recently enrolled.
Personal Statement Since I was a child, I have shown great interest in exploring my surroundings. I was extremely eager to grasp every single piece of information into my growing brain. My family has always encouraged me to utilize my abilities to the fullest extent. As I grew, this passion became even bigger, and at those moments I came to an understanding that science will be my enjoyable hobby and my first and only career choice. When I was in my first year of medical school, I had to watch my cousin and best friend suffering because of Kidney Failure.
Every since I was young, I loved learning and was fascinated about seeing how things work, creating my love for science. My father a physics professor at Southern University helped me love science and education as he told me stories of him living in India a developing country at a time where education was not common. The stories of his life and his passion for it has led me to want to pursue a career in Theoretical Physics.” He continues on and informs me that he is studying science every day to help him accomplish his goal of going to a top physics university where his parents are supportive of his goal, and will help him out any way they can to help him accomplish his goal. He also informs me that hard work in education can pay off as he received the honor of being the Student of the Year at Westdale Middle School, where he beat his friends Eric Wang and Kevin Parnell.
What does success mean to me? It means accomplishing things in life and reaching your goals. Everyone has a different view of what success actually is. Success also means setting a goal and reaching it in a time frame you set for yourself. For example I believe finishing college and gaining a career in a field you love is being successful because it is a goal that can be achieved.
Life Transition I learned the importance of a good education at a very young age. Keeping my education as a priority in my life journey has provided some solace through the most challenging time of my life. My childhood began with a firm educational foundation; my father played a major role in shaping my study habits, my interest in music, and my desire to always do my best academically. When I was very young my father talked about me going to college and how important knowledge was. I learned that there are no shortcuts to getting a great education or becoming a talented musician.
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 learned that besides clinical skills , building a good rapport with the patients was essential. Because, other than the knowledge of medicine, patients looked up to their physicians for empathy and support. This quality helped me develop a strong relationship with my patients through out my medical career. With limited resources in Pakistan I had to rely greatly on my own clinical expertise rather than expensive laboratory and radiological tests. And this has polished my clinical skills as a physician.
The reason is that I think with experience, you gain knowledge and untimely I want someone who has the experience and the knowledge. I also do not want someone who is doing my check for the first time. If that physician has found new treatment (s), I want to make sure that they have done the correct treatment and have the adequate amount of experience in order to do my treatment. The experience could involve, being a guest speaker at medicals school or medical conferences. The reason behind these two places is that, at medical school you are inspiring the youth who aspires to be a medical doctor.
In high school, I was a Biology Olimpiad student, I love Biology and I love tutoring younger students. I always had that love for babies and children, may be it’s because I never had a younger brother or sister. In 2009 I won a gold medal on National Biology Olimpiad. At that moment I recognized that hard work and discipline will lead you to the place you want to be. While studying Biology I always found human anatomy and physiology fascinating, how every second our immune system is protecting us from microorganisms and parasites, and how these cells are trained to be self-tolerant or how our brain rewires and heals itself and can compensate it’s damaged part, etc.
Dr. Dre: The perseverance of a great Producer When I was younger, I always knew I had a talent and passion for music especially in the audio production field of music. I started my career off by enrolling at Full Sail University to obtain my goal and achieve all the skills necessary to follow the dream I love. Focusing on one professional I admire I’ve dived in deep and researched an abundance amount of information, and applied it to lessons that can come toward my own success. The role model I have chosen today is Dr. Dre.