Emily Singer MD

Emily Singer
areas of expertise
  • Advising for non-traditional applicants & reapplicants
  • California Specific Advising
  • General advising
  • Essay editing
  • MMI preparation
  • Traditional interview preparation
  • BA, Stanford University
  • MD, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
  • General Surgery Residency, Ohio State University

Emily graduated from Stanford University with dual majors in Russian Literature and Economics. She completed her premedical coursework at Stanford and through UC Berkeley Extension. Emily worked in health policy consulting and a small Bay Area based pharmaceutical startup during her three and half years between graduating Stanford and matriculating into medical school at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. During medical school, Emily collaborated on ProspectiveDoctor.com, a website that provides students interested in medical careers a reliable source of information and perspective. She also served on medical school admissions for UCLA, both as a subcommittee member and as the sole student representative on the executive admissions committee. She is currently a General Surgery resident at The Ohio State University. Emily has extensive experience in medical school admissions and is passionate about helping students successfully navigate the process.

Dr. Singer was an admissions committee member at UCLA Medical School

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