Student Affairs - Career Development - Pathology
- Good microscopic technique
- Excellent communication with other physicians
- Intelligence and strong problem solving skills
Additionally, students may want to pursue research opportunities through the DeBakey Scholars Program. This program offers medical students the opportunity to pursue and complete a longitudinal, structured, closely supervised research experience culminating in a capstone presentation prior to graduation. For more information, contact Dr. Kenneth Mitchell.
Figure out which program will be the best fit for you. There’s nothing as important as fit.
Scores on Step 1 and Step 2 are important aspects on which residents are matched. Make sure your scores are as competitive as possible.
Consider doing away rotations at programs in which you have interest.
Use all the resources available to you during your medical school years. These resources are here to help you!
Dr. Katrina D’Aquin can put you in touch with potential mentors.