Dr. Munjuluri graduated from Rutgers University with majors in Genetics and English. He then moved to Houston and taught a bilingual elementary school classroom through Teach For America. He later became the director of college counseling at Sacramento High School in Sacramento, CA. He helped high school students apply and matriculate into colleges across the United States and was selected to present at the National Association for College Admissions Counseling’s annual conference. He worked for nearly 10 years before joining the UC Berkeley–UCSF Joint Medical Program, a combined MS/MD program. He was also selected to be part of UCSF’s PRIME cohort, a specialized training track for those intending to work with underserved populations, and later served on their admissions committee. He is currently a resident in Psychiatry at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He was recently selected as the program’s Resident Teacher of the Year.
I had a great interview session with Dr. Munjuluri. I loved his feedback on my answers. He really found my areas of improvement and gave me constructive feedback which I was looking for. I wish I can work with Dr. Munjuluri in future.
This is my second time working with Dr. Munjuluri. He is really fantastic in making sure that I know what I am doing well while also giving me feedback on what/how I can improve. I always feel like he really has my best interest in mind and sees me as a unique individual, rather than just another medical school applicant. Would 10/10 recommend him to any student!
BS- Rutgers University
MS- University of California, Berkeley (Joint Medical Program)
MD- University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Dr. Munjurluri lives with his parents, wife, two pre-school aged children, and four cats. There is never a dull moment.
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