The Ultimate Guide to Shadowing a Doctor Next Semester

The Ultimate Guide to Shadowing a Doctor Next Semester

The exact steps Alice used to find local shadowing opportunities with ease.

Alice graduated with a major in human developmental and regenerative biology and a minor in global health and health policy. Her main extracurriculars included dance, the health advocacy program, and stem cell biology research. After her undergraduate career Alice decided to take two gap years. In her first year she backpacked through Spain on the Michael C. Rockefeller Fellowship and in her second year she worked in thoracic oncology clinical research at UCLA. Alice will begin her enrollment at Stanford Medical School in the Fall of 2016.

How The Atlantis Fellowship Prepared Me for Med School Interviews [Testimonial]

How The Atlantis Fellowship Prepared Me for Med School Interviews [Testimonial]

I have been hitting medical interviews hard since August and have yet to go through an interview without mentioning my Fellowship experience through the Atlantis Project in Albacete, Spain. Being proficient in Spanish, traveling to Spain had obvious pros in my mind. And intending a future in medicine, shadowing physicians abroad almost had more appeal.

How the AP Fellowship Helped Me Get into a Top-3 Medical School [Interview Testimonial]

How the AP Fellowship Helped Me Get into a Top-3 Medical School [Interview Testimonial]

The exposure I received through the Atlantis Project showed me I wanted to be a doctor. It represented for me an occupation that balanced the competency of knowledge-based learning with the compassion associated with a social, patient-centered daily schedule. From the AP, I went on to pursue an internship at University of California, Davis School of Medicine and worked to incorporate for physiology-based classes into my undergraduate coursework.