Avani Rao MD
- General Advising for Early Pre-Meds
- Advising for Top Tier Medical School Candidates
- Essay Editing
- Interview Preparation
- MMI Interview Preparation
BS, Yale University
MD, Johns Hopkins University
Residency, Johns Hopkins University
Avani graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from Yale University. While at Yale, she served worked in the Admissions Office and Visitor’s Center providing tours. She then attended Johns Hopkins School of Medicine where she served as a member of the admissions committee. Because of these experiences, she has evaluated many applications and interviewed applicants for admission into medical school. While in medical school, she conducted extensive research in pancreatic cancer and treatment integrated with radiation therapy. She graduated from medical school and earned induction into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. She is now a resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Department of Radiation Oncology and continues research in pancreatic and pediatric malignancies.
Dr. Rao is one of MedSchoolCoach’s Master Advisors.
Dr. Rao served as a member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine admission committee.
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Dr. Sarkar was part of the admissions committee at Columbia University and an interviewer at NJMSDr. Vance served on the admissions committee at UNC School of MedicineDr. Katzen was on the admissions committee member at George Washington UniversityDr. Kayser was an admissions committee member at Georgetown University School of MedicineDr. Baltz is a dermatologist and was intricatley involved in admissions at University of North Dakota School of MedicineDr. Cusak served on the admissions committee at the School of Medicine at Creighton UniversityDr. Wilmer was a member of the University of Florida Medical School Admissions Committee.Dr. Kreisberg served on the admissions committee at UTHSCA (UT San Antonio) for eight yearsDr. Lipsit served on the admissions committee at VCUDr. Rao served as a member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine admission committee.