Sanjay Aneja MD

Sanjay Aneja MD
areas of expertise
  • General Advising
  • Essay Editing
  • Interview Preparation
  • Pre-med research opportunities
  • Early Pre-med advising
  • BS, Columbia University
  • MD, Yale University
  • Internship, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • Residency, Yale University

Sanjay graduated Manga Cum Laude from Columbia University in New York City with a Bachelors of Science in Applied Mathematics. Sanjay was accepted to six of the top ten medical schools in the country and ultimately decided to attend the Yale University School of Medicine. While at Columbia, Sanjay was the head teaching assistant for General Chemistry for 2 years and a Calculus I and II teaching assistant. Additionally, when Sanjay was a sophomore he was the youngest ever presenter at the American College of Cardiology National Meeting. While at Yale, Sanjay served as the president of his class as well as a tutor in biostatistics and biochemistry. Sanjay has authored a dozen journal publications in the field of oncology, received two research grants, and co-authored two book chapters related to health services research. In 2011, Sanjay was named the Radium Society Young Oncologist of the Year. Sanjay finished his intern year at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York and is now in training as a radiation oncologist at Yale. Sanjay has served on multiple admissions committees at a variety of different levels and has advised numerous students from different backgrounds on getting into medical school.

Dr. Aneja was a member of the Yale School of Medicine Admissions Committee

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