Curiosity has always driven me towards positive new experiences, from leaving the comforts of home to obtain a degree in veterinary medicine in a third world country to now attempting to further my knowledge in the field of radiology. Now I am excited to be applying for a residency program where I can indulge my curiosity and further build on my passion in the study of radiology. After learning about Ross University, I jumped at the opportunity to pursue my dream of becoming a veterinarian while indulging my curiosity to experience the culture in a third world country. I solely applied and accepted the offer to attend. Although it was challenging to be over 2000 miles away from my family, friends and what I called home for 22 years, it helped forge the person I am today. It was during my time on St. Kitts that I learned to appreciate what I had taken for granted – electricity, convenience of grocery stores and banks as well as the ease of communication. During my time on the small Caribbean island, I wanted to contribute to the betterment of the people and environment. I volunteered at the local children’s home, beach clean-up and other …show more content…
I have also obtained further understanding by attending ACVR in Orlando and several continuing education courses throughout the year. I firmly believe that I have the intellect, drive and talents necessary to thrive in a radiology residency. I already carry the curiosity and hunger for radiology but am in search for a residency program encourages my curiosity, a program that is committed to serving their patients, and a hardworking department that possesses an ethos of excellence. A residency that selects me will receive an optimistic, passionate and intellectually curious individual who will work diligently to serve both patients and
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Personal and professional development are key facets that most people constantly strive to improve. One way to ensure that growth is constant and a way to evaluate it, is through a Mission-Vision-Values statement. Radiography students at Loma Linda University develop one of their own while in the Medical Radiography program. Loma Linda University’s mission, visions, and values align with the Medical Radiography mission, vision, and values with a few personalized aspects. The values are descriptions of how each organization or person achieves their mission and vision.
Ever since high school, I knew I wanted to work in the pathology field. I thought I wanted to be a pathologist. I talked to the career counselors at my school and expressed my interest. Fortunately for me, I was contacted not much after about an internship at Montefiore Medical Center. I would come to learn that Montefiore Medical Center is the teaching hospital of Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Andi Wallick Personal Statement Indiana University School of Medicine Degree Objective: M.S. Pathologists’ Assistant My interest in pathology dates back to high school. I enjoyed most sciences but especially sciences about the body. I knew then that I wanted to work in the field of pathology.
I am preparing for a career as a Medical Sonographer. In order to reach this goal, I have several steps that I have to complete to get there. In the below paragraphs I will discuss these steps. Along with how I think technological advances will affect my career and educational goals in both the near and distant future. The first step in my goal to becoming a Medical Sonographer, is completing an Associate’s Degree.
I grew up in a gym, bred to be a boxer, and have been immersed in the ever-changing “fight game” for as long as I can remember. I have been surrounded by the smell of Icy Hot and medical tape in locker rooms, watching other boxers try to mend shoulder, knuckle and knee injuries. Out of curiosity, I have asked the injured athletes if they knew anyone who helped treat their torn ligaments and hyperextended muscles. Routinely, they all responded, “a physiatrist." This memory was how I first learned about the most interesting career in the medical field.
I care about providing the best holistic healthcare I possibly can for my patients through evidence-based practice. I respect individuals’ race, socioeconomic class, gender, and sexual orientation. I work well with others and I strive to help create a good working environment where people can communicate, ask questions, learn new information, and feel respected. With this New Graduate Nurse Residency Program, I hope to be exposed to many different clinical situations. I hope to further develop my clinical leadership skills and to gain new knowledge.
I want to be a physician because I want people to grow old. At the age of 6, one of my closest friends was diagnosed with leukemia. By age 8, the disease claimed his life, robbing him of the opportunity to experience the privilege of growing old. Unfortunately, we live in a society of vanity. We see the process of aging and choose not to embrace it.
Personal Statement Last summer I had the opportunity of participating in the U54 Sumer Research Program and it was an incredible experience, because it helped me in my professional development and discerns my future carrier goals. I want to return to MD Anderson Cancer Center, because it counts with a variety of physician scientists and physicians that integrate their clinical work with innovating research and this will improve my development as a future physician and researcher. Being able to do research in my area of interest and having the experience of a clinical rotation in pediatric oncology help me diced that I want to become an MD. My actual professional goal is to be a pediatric physician specialized in oncology, orthopedic surgery
Growing up in a culturally diverse city in Nashville, I have gained cultural competency from my interactions with people from a plethora of ethnic backgrounds. Lastly, I am a highly ambitious person who always looks to broaden his horizons. Thus, I’m returning to school for the upcoming fall semester to take upper-division biology courses. I plan to take anatomy and physiology I and II, physiology, and research if the opportunity is available. These classes will better prepare me for medical school by helping me establish a solid foundation in the anatomical sciences.
I will soon hold a Bachelor degree in Communication Disorders and my studies have taught me how to communicate with individuals from all backgrounds, professions, and social classes. It taught me sympathy and understanding of human interaction. My long term goal is to work with school aged children and young adults as a speech-language pathologist. I have experience in interacting favorably and effectively with children of a wide range and enjoy doing so. I belong in an educational environment and would like to continue on to the school system and contribute to the success of school aged children and young adults.
The Morehead Honors Program opens many doors for the receivers. Several magnificent programs and internships are offered to students that are part of this wonderful program; these include an internship in Frankfort, an intensive summer research program for students interested in medicine or dentistry, a commitment to host a show on the campus television station for a year, and a year-long volunteering experience working with children in after-school programs. Honestly, the volunteering experience in after-school programs for children interests me enormously. Along with building onto my existing skills, I will develop new skills, grow as a person due to the experience, and face my fears and anxieties. I believe I would thoroughly enjoy that
Radiomics lies at the juncture of what I believe to be extremely exciting science in the coming future of personalized medicine. This is what prompted me to approach Dr. Rivka Colen (desired mentor), of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology, to conduct research in her lab. An interplay between research and clinical treatment such as the way Dr. Colen implements will be one of the grounds that I intend to structure my own practice around. The MD Anderson 1st Year Medical Student Program would help me achieve the first steps towards conducting research in my career as a physician-scientist.
PERSONAL STATEMENT (NURFATIN BT MOHD SHAH) I want to further my study in this course because it is thrilling and rapidly- moving subject area, that is highly pertinent to the problem facing by society today. As far as I concern, cardiovascular disease is one of the popular cause of death. I am keen to learn more and involve in the latest advances in cardiovascular research. Over the years of studying, my interest in this area has increased.
One of my future goals and the most important one is to become a doctor. It is my life dream, and the only thing I am seeking for. Doctor is someone capable to save and help others life in ways that are not possible in other careers. Being a doctor for me is not just like any job, it is achieving a dream I have since I was 6 years old. One of the main reasons I picked this major is my family; my family members are almost all doctors, and my dad too.