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Alumna Who Switched from Accounting to Medicine Tells Her Story in Brown Girl Magazine

May 05, 2016

For two years, Anita Mannancheril worked as a public accountant, but she always felt like something was missing—and the missing puzzle piece turned out to be medicine. After realizing she was far more interested in helping a friend work through an illness than she was in accounting, Mannancheril took the plunge and enrolled in Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM).

From the moment she stepped on campus, Mannancheril—a 2012 RUSM grad, now a family medicine physician—knew it was the “perfect” place for her.

Read her story, told from her perspective, in Brown Girl magazine.

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