We are here to support the development and pursuit of your personalized goals in the field of medicine.  Your pathway to medical school can be unique.  No two applicants are the same as different experiences create nuanced perspectives.  From workshops to individual meetings, we look forward to partnering with you as you design your pathway towards medicine.

A Few Words Regarding the Pass/Fail Grading Option

A Few Words Regarding the Pass/Fail Grading Option

Dear Pre-Health Students,

Many of you have reached out about taking the P/F grading option for pre-medical requirements. At this point in time, as of March 24, 2020, most medical schools have not formally set a policy regarding requirements taken P/F …

By Becky Tamayo
Becky Tamayo Administrative Coordinator, Graduate School Advising Becky Tamayo
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Pre-Health Spotlight Series: Student Hospice Organization of Penn (SHOOP)

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Pre-Health Spotlight Series

Over the course of the spring semester, we look forward to highlighting the wonderful efforts of pre-health campus organizations serving the community.  Many organizations provide an opportunity to gain clinical experience and learn about the field of …

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Pre-Health Spotlight Series: Penn Heroes

Penn Heroes

Welcome to the Pre-Health Spotlight Series! 
Over the course of the spring semester, we look forward to highlighting the wonderful efforts of pre-health campus organizations serving the community.  Many organizations provide an opportunity to gain clinical experience and learn about …

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The Difference Between D.O. and M.D. Degrees

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Here’s a comprehensive article from U.S. News and World Report describing the nuances between osteopathic and allopathic degrees and careers.

By Sadie Butcher
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Pre-Med Podcast Episodes to Add to Your Playlist

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I love a good podcast.  It bears repeating, I love a good podcast.  I have had to control my emotions when listening in public spaces because I’m prone to outbursts of laughter and my facial expressions betray when I’m shocked …

By Ariana Alexander
Ariana Alexander Associate Director, Graduate School Advising Ariana Alexander
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