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Dr. Ruby is a distinguished vascular surgeon who has completed his general surgery residency at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and a fellowship in Vascular Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and has held numerous leadership positions in various surgical societies. He is a founding member of Vascular Associates of Connecticut.
Dr. Ramirez is an integrated vascular surgery resident at UCSF who is passionate about teaching and tutoring for several board exams. He has served on the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine admissions committee and is committed to being a leader in medical education.
Dr. Choo completed her pre-med education at UC Berkeley and got her medical degree at UC San Diego. She is a board-certified pediatrician and has served on the admissions committee, reviewed applications, and worked with UC Irvine to teach and prepare students for the application process.
Wendy has worked as an admissions screener for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Overlook Hospital, a pilot case developer with the NBME for the USMLE exam, and an assistant professor of medicine and director of the standardized patient program. She holds two master's degrees in English and education and has taught several AP courses.
Dr. Lee is a board-certified dermatologist and an assistant professor of dermatology at Brown University. Dr. Lee has a passion for medical education and also does research in developing new treatments for skin cancer. She specializes in BS/MD admissions, with more than 95% of her clients getting interviews for BS/MD programs each cycle.
Dr. Weintrub is a board-certified plastic surgeon who trained at several institutions. He is in private practice and also serves as Chief of Plastic Surgery at the Providence VA Medical Center. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Brown University and has served on the selection committee for the plastic surgery residency program.
Dr. McCrary has prior admission committee experience at the University of Arizona and is a head and neck surgeon in-training. Prior feedback from medical students that have worked with her includes the following: "Dr. McCrary has excellent interpersonal skills and recognizes the needs of others."
Dr. Edward Walsh is an Emergency Medicine physician who graduated from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He is especially interested in medical education and preparing students for the challenges of medical school and beyond, also serves faculty member at the James Madison University Physician Assistant program.
Dr. Yoediono received his MD from the University of Rochester, and did his training at the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Program. He has worked at Duke as a pre-major advisor and admissions interviewer. Dr. Yoediono co-authored papers published in The New England Journal of Medicine and Academic Medicine.
Dr. Newsha Lajevardi is a board-certified dermatologist who practices medical, pediatric and cosmetic dermatology, cutaneous surgery, and laser surgery. She has a nontraditional path to medical school and is highly involved in the application and interview process for prospective dermatology residents.
Dr. Kelly attended Georgetown University for both undergraduate and medical school. He completed his Ophthalmology residency at North Shore/Long Island Jewish and is now in private practice, as well as helping Ophthalmologists prepare for their oral boards. He enjoys traveling, live music, and sports.
Dr. Lipsit is a Board Certified Radiologist with extensive experience in diagnostic ultrasound. Currently, he is an Associate Clinical Professor of Radiology at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and serves as an educational consultant. Dr. Lipsit has also been involved in admissions consulting for several years.
Dr. Flick graduated Magna Cum Laude from Loyola Marymount University and attended medical school at UC Irvine after receiving the Army health professions scholarship. He has served as a flight surgeon for the Army. While at the UC Irvine School of Medicine, he was an admissions committee member.
Dr. Marinelli has practiced family medicine, served on the University of California Admissions Committee, and has helped hundreds of students get into medical school. She spearheads a team of physician advisors who guide MedSchoolCoach students.
Our advisors use our comprehensive intake form and spend time getting to know you on a personal level to find out what makes you unique.
Focusing on your individual qualities and using their admissions expertise, your Physician Advisor will help you brainstorm how to make your application compelling.
Once you have started writing, your Writing Advisor will help you expand and enhance the value of your experiences while always being cognizant of the limited space given.
After a few drafts, your Writing Advisor will refine your prose and correct smaller writing errors that stand in the way of excellence. Once your work is polished, your Physician Advisor will provide a final review of your work.
With the help of your team of advisors, you will craft an application that will get you secondary application invites, and lead to an acceptance to medical school.
Dr. Marinelli was an admissions committee member at UC Irvine
MedSchoolCoach has the experience:
Physicians with admissions committee experience
Dr. Demajh (Jordan) served on the admissions committee at the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.View profile
Dr. Bababeygy served on the admissions committee at Stanford for four yearsView profile
Dr. Katzen was an admissions committee member at George Washington University School of Medicine, as well as the president of Oncology-Hematology Associates in Maryland.View profile
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You will have a Physician Advisor, who is an actual physician and has admissions committee experience, and a professional Writing Advisor. Combining the Physician Advisor’s understanding of the process with the writing expertise of the Writing Advisor means that your application is as strong as it can be.
Yes! All our editing packages come with brainstorming time with your Physician Advisor.
We use our advising portal, CHART, to organize your application materials. When you upload your work to the platform, your Writing Advisor will review it in detail and then provide constructive feedback on how to improve it. As you get closer to your final draft, we will focus on things like word choice, sentence structure, and grammar.
Advisors provide feedback within 24-96 hours of submission. This allows enough time for in-depth edits.
We love helping students get into medical school.
We provide advising and early planning to get you on the right track towards your medical school goals.
Our Writing Advisors will help you draft and edit your personal statement.
Our Physician Advisors will prepare you for traditional and MMI interviews.
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