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Biological Science (now Biomedical Studies) Students & Alumni

Evans Amoah, Biomedical Studies, Masters Program

Evans Amoah

My family lives in New York City, so one of the first things I looked for was location. I didn't want to be too far from family. With Philadelphia being less than two hours away, it was an ideal place for me. I had spoken to my mentor at Dartmouth and he pointed out Drexel's post-baccalaureate programs. I did some research and found that the Biomedical Studies program fit my needs.

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Shelby Brown, Biomedical Studies, Masters Program

Shelby Brown

As a senior in college, I recognized that my academic records did not reflect my potential as a medical school applicant, so I decided to look into post-baccalaureate programs. Out of the many programs that I was accepted to, Drexel was clearly the best option for me. The school offered the unique opportunity to experience medical school courses while enhancing my scientific knowledge in courses that I had struggled with previously.

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Alex Kragie, Biomedical Studies, Masters Program

Alex Kragie

The coursework, in general, really prepared me for my first year of medical school. I noticed that several of my classmates who didn’t do a program like this struggled during that first year. I’d already seen immunology, for example, and done well in it, so I was able to help other students in the labs and in the classes.

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Kelsey Lau, Biomedical Studies, Masters Program

Kelsey Lau

I chose Drexel because of its reputation and the connections that it has with certain medical schools. Obtaining a certain GPA and MCAT score could potentially qualify you to interview at their specified schools. Other schools did not provide that type of networking for pre-med students.

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Biomedical Studies program graduate students in the classroom at Drexel University College of Medicine.

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