Through my Medical Scribe experiences, EMT work, Undergraduate coursework, helped me gain in depth knowledge and different perspectives into the health care industry. I believe that University of New England is the best conduit to pursue and accomplish my academic and career goals.
While I was searching for a captivating career for life during my BDS, something that would grip my mind and keep me thirsting for more, I was captivated by the sphere of public health and similar issues which were not localized to any one nation but had global ramifications if not arrested on time. My search ended for I had found my calling. Today a desire to be a part of the leading force of public health professionals brings me to the Masters Degree course in Public Health at your University. An ambitious, energetic and dedicated student I have been diligent about my goals, education as well as the co-curricular arena. At the Holy Family High School I learnt that morals and success go hand in hand.
My chosen program will enable me to fulfill my desire to expand my knowledge, to pursue a career in the field of medical science, and to approach me the opportunity to help resolve the community’s health problems in Thailand. The most important evidence that I cite to prove my qualifications as a worthy candidate is my academic background in college and undergraduate studies. During the three years of my senior high school studies I developed my curiosity in biology and achieved excellent results in m... ... middle of paper ... ...te of medical science is going slowly. There is increasing death rate of Thai people who did not receive enough medical care. From these reasons, I want to become a scientist so that I can do researches involving cancer.
I am a MBBS doctor practicing in India and my zest to contribute my bit for the betterment of the society made epidemiology my area of priority in Public Health studies. The reason that allured me to pursue Public Health in USA is that USA has been an epitome of advancements in all fields and is practically the Mecca for students of medical studies. As a famous quote posits that “The world is a book and those who do no travel read only one page”. What else could be better than an opportunity to learn skills and a chance to acquire knowledge from a land inhabiting a cornucopia of cultures? When I was in school, I participated in Science clubs and Physics clubs every year as I was more interested in Science right from my childhood.
After my successful undergraduate research work, I became fascinated by the power of microbes, and the fact t... ... middle of paper ... ...lass research activities by various research labs of your department in the field of cell and molecular biology. Your research intensive program would foster my research capabilities as well as the theoretical knowledge about cell biology. Moreover, my career plan involves extending my studies further to PhD., a Masters degree from renowned Cell and Molecular Biology program would definitely play a vital role towards that. In short, I believe that, a successful career will be ahead after completion of this Master’s Program. I believe that, Uppsala University, with its international environment and cultural diversity, is a perfect institute for international students.
It was a challenge being a coordinator and tutor of two highly requested subjects (Pharmaceutical sciences and Pharmacology), however, I managed my time, worked hard and put all my efforts and passion into it, and I succeeded. Nowadays, I work as a research assistant at Western University of Health Sciences in the pharmaceutical science department. At our lab, we are investigating the link between RGS proteins and thrombosis at many levels. Also, I am preparing for my board exam in Pharmacy. I keep on looking for ways to improve my knowledge and work skills, therefor, I enrolled in the “Scientific Writing” online class by College of Medicine at Stanford University.
I am pursuing a doctoral degree in international health because I believe it is the next important step in my career in public health research. I have a passion for research, I enjoy the disease detective work, and I think there are still many important public health problems that are yet unsolved. I have been working at the Centers for Disease Control for 7 years, and my experiences have provided hands-on application of public health research conducted in often challenging, resource-limited settings. My recent work in epidemiological surveillance in particular has solidified my interest in international health and infectious disease epidemiology. I am applying to the doctoral program at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health because the strong international health research and curriculum, together with the active affiliation of world-renowned public health agencies will provide me with the best foundation for developing as a public health scholar.
This propelled me to join the undergraduate course in physiotherapy and from the first day I have enjoyed it . Physiotherapy helps in the conservative as well as post surgical rehabilitation of the patients creating for it plenty of scope and making it an intriguing field to explore . I have never missed an opportunity to get a “hands-on” experience from my very fi... ... middle of paper ... ...to time also will enable me to mentor the junior faculty or the students. All these will definitely be the stepping stones for my preparation for the PhD which is eventually my long term goal. Since there will be a lot of esoteric facts gaining disclosure in the near future in the field of neurosciences, I would like to exploit them and discover new therapies.
As a student of biotechnology, I am fascinated by the tremendous potential of this field and am determined to play a part in its progress. A bit about myself - I am a final year biotechnology engineering student and have constantly maintained a grade of ‘first class’. My first year of under graduate in S.I.E.S Graduate School of Technology, affiliated to the University of Mumbai, focused mainly on the general engineering concepts, streng... ... middle of paper ... ...cipline to do well in research. I’m passionate about the subject, and think that my contemplative and sometimes contrarian thinking will hold me in good stead. I want to do a Masters course in the subject to help me to that path, and I can think of no better place to do it than the U.S.A., the unrivaled hub of science and technology.
Yes, medicine requires problem-solving and critical thinking that I learned from research with Dr. Hayes, and agility and intellectual curiosity that I learned from being a graduate student. Yes, medicine requires the power of advocacy that I learned with Kerry’s Kids clinics. But above all, as a re-applicant, I realized the power of endurance, persistence, and passion necessary to thrive in medicine. Medical school will provide me with the knowledge and skills required to improve the quality of human life. It will fulfill my ultimate goal of establishing a career as a physician and a global health researcher, leveraging knowledge into change, and empowering the neglected.