My life has revolved around academics since I first dreamed of becoming a physician assistant. I became interested in the medical field before I entered high school. Therefore, I decided to join a charter school where I could greatly benefit my education. The school I attended is named iSchool High. The school’s main focus was the opportunity to learn and work at your own pace.
I hope to leave a long lasting impact on my community. The pressure of first generation children of immigrants isn 't easy but that 's why ill continue to work hard to prove all my mothers sacrifices being worth it. I want to make sure kids live in no fear of loosing their parents
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”- Mahatma Gandhi. My interest in radiography developed from a variety of work experiences and stemmed from my passion for biology. I personally believe a good radiographer needs to have certain characteristics to be successful at their profession. I got the opportunity to shadow a radiographer in the South Infirmary Victoria University Hospital. Although I was only there for a short period of time I saw general x-rays, CT scans and ultrasounds.
This test is called the Medical College Admission Test also known as the (MCAT). Because the acceptance rate to medical schools are so competitive you want to earn a bachelor 's degree. You then want to try to get volunteer or pay for health care experience. To have a higher success you can chose to join in on some extracurricular activities such as clubs or join in something that has a leadership role involved in. These steps can help you get into a medical college easier but once you get in you have to pass the MCAT.
On the other hand, I was eager about going to a laboratory and getting some real life working experience. At the end of the week, I realized that there was nothing to worry about, and that this experience maybe one the best things that happened during these long four years of college. I was supposed to start my clinical rotation in the chemistry department of the laboratory at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital but, due to interference with the
Futhermore,I wish to establish a charity foundation in remembrance of my cousin.The foundation will be named after my cousin’s name,the foundation will be of help to the orphans,the widows, the widowers,the poor,the disabled and the less privileged.The charity services will include free education,provision of shelter and many other free services. I believe that biochemistry is the right course for me because I have all it takes to become a biochemist.I am highly diligent,committed and determined.I believe that I am capable of studying biochemistry in the university. However,without obtaining a college degree, I will not be able to achieve my goal and vision in life and all my past effort will be in vain.Therefore,I wish to be considered for an admission in the university and I wish to be given a scholarship to further my education due to insufficient fund and the financial situation of my
Essentials for Heart Health Dr. Halit Yerebakan As a cardiac surgeon I touch to about 100 persons life (hearts) by my hands annually, but in fact I always write on this column so that I touch to thousands of lives with my words so that they don’t end up on my operating table. Its maybe a personal duty for myself that I personally assigned, but teaching about health basics have shown to improve health. Today lets go on with my specialty, heart disease. Your power source, your heart, the organ that sits right in the middle of your chest cavity, the thing that beats, and every beat counts for your life. Well, it is so much important to know the essentials for heart health, since the only true thing that you know is its size, right about the size of your fist!
Personal Statement I am interested in studying for a degree in the Mental Health Nursing in your university, and I would like to make my career in this noble profession. I first considered nursing as a career some years ago, after I lost my father to a chronic kidney disease. The role played by the nurses in terms of care while he was in hospital and after his death was quite overwhelming. Although I had my first degree in Agricultural Economics, but this nothing in compare to the passion I later developed for nursing after the death of my father. I have since developed myself in health and social care sector by training and updating my skills.
I have always wanted to pursue a career related to the medical field, and it wasn't until my freshman year of college that I encountered the area of public health. I was immediately drawn to the specific area of epidemiology and infectious diseases. I am now a junior at the University of Texas majoring in Public Health with a concentration in microbiology and infectious diseases. I find epidemiology so enthralling, as it is implements ways in which we can scientifically and statistically describe diseases and the mortality/morbidity as well as predict how and why they spread. More so, I think the infectious disease aspect is interesting as well, because while the United States has shifted from burden of infectious disease to that of chronic
Therefore, organ donation doesn’t have to be in the minute a person desperately needs it. One can donate his/her organ to science to have scientists experiment it and find solutions for different kinds of diseases. Doing that helps discover a treatment for people who are not eligible to get a transplant but are in a near end-stage organ failure. For example, the Center for Organ Recovery and Education (CORE) is dedicated to assist researchers in educational medical centers, universities, and hospitals to improve the field of medical research through organ, tissue, and eye donation. CORE tends to provide the donor families opportunities to donate organs for experiments that may lead to treatments at the end of the experimentation.
As a person who lost a loved one to cancer, I have desired to find a way to cure such an illness. Seeing the type of pain people endure inspires me try to use my life to find way to relieve their pain. The way I want to do this is by developing new pharmaceuticals through research on cancer stem cells. The vast field of chemical engineering would help me reach my full potential in enhancing medical drug discovery. I believe that Texas A&M would provide me with all the tools I could need to pursue my chemical engineering degree, as well as other aspects of engineering I may want to pursue as well.
Like a stalker, I researched Forensic Pathologists online, I found a Pathologist online, and told him about my passion and how I wanted to become a Forensic Pathologist and asked him for guidance in my journey. He sent me a pdf file of a list of things I needed to know about the different kinds of pathology, the level of education and the importance of a Pathologist. His document also mentioned that most Pathologist were old Caucasian men because of the many years it takes, most women decides to do something else. This statement motivated me more and I made up my mind that medicine was not a choice but a must. I not only wanted to help the dead victims, to be their ears, eyes and mouth and to save lives but I wanted to encourage other females to never give up on their
As an example from contemporary times, Steve Jobs was a son of a Syrian immigrant. Steve jobs was an amazing contributor to modern technology, yet most people don’t know this about him. Whether we embrace it or not, there is no denying immigrants from all around the world endured many obstacles so that we can be sitting here today. They paved the way for our careers in hopes that we can make this world a better place. We owe it to them, we owe it to ourselves and our future
I was born exactly ninety-one years to the day that Dr. Alice Stewart was. Although this may seem to be a relatively insignificant coincidence, I assure you it 's not. My role model, Dr. Stewart discovered how x-rays were linked to leukemia and other cancers in people exposed, leading to many current methods of treatments. Now if I told you my life ambition was to research to find better treatment methods and even a cure for cancer, a coincidence would seem more like fate. Often at family get-togethers, my mother recalls my numerous makeshift experiments she survived through my childhood.
I have always been fascinated by human anatomy and physiology as the human body is an incredibly complex machine. Over the last few years there have been great developments in medicine and technology. Pursing a biomedical degree will enable me to understand how the human body functions efficiently and develop my knowledge in human biology, anatomy, pathology and molecular biology. Many people may assume that treating patients entirely relies on a doctor, but what interests me is that without biomedical scientists, the causes, cures and diagnosis of diseases would not be possible. This shows that the biomedical scientists play an important role in the health care field.