Each year, Match Day is an event that is anticipated with excitement and suspense. It’s on this momentous day — always held on the third Friday of March — that thousands of graduating medical students simultaneously discover where they will be training for their residencies and in what field of specialty.
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It’s been a long road — years of academic trials and tribulations, countless study hours and unforeseen changes along the way. Medical students around the world are rounding the corner in the final stretch to becoming a physician. Welcome to the Match Day 2021 journey.
In a burst of strategic career moves, Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) student Ben Brody, JD, started as a mediation lawyer, advanced to a criminal defense litigator and then was elected to uphold and protect the integrity of the electoral system.
These questions are being asked more than ever before by prospective medical students today. As the academic and licensure differences between the two continues to shrink, the decision of which path – MD: Doctor of Medicine, or DO: Osteopathic Doctor – is right for you may ultimately rest on personal preferences, and your professional goals as a physician.
Richard Paul Meier II, MD ’19, thought he had found his dream job at the age of 19. While pursuing his undergraduate degree in Business at the University of Central Oklahoma, he was offered a position as a salesman for a local gym chain – a position he enjoyed so much that he put his degree on hold to pursue it.
As a child growing up in Puerto Rico, one of Felix Aponte Santos’, MD ’19, favorite places to go was his pediatrician’s office. So much so that he decided at an early age that he wanted to follow in his mentor’s footsteps and become a physician himself.