2010 Student Spotlight

Vybhav Jetty

(Class of 2011)

Vybhav Jetty photoWith much planning and hard work, I was able to pursue this interest [second major in Philosophy] while simultaneously focusing on medical school and my Zoology major. This combination of majors enabled me to learn about the science within the human body, as well as the ethical decisions I will face as a doctor.


Read what Vybhav had to say about his study abroad experiences and his double major.


Meredith Beck

(Class of 2011)

Meredith Beck photoFor me, the Mallory-Wilson Center was my guiding light. The advisors are very straightforward and realistic with you. It is tough road, but without the guidance I was given, it would have been much harder. The advisors walk you through the process of what you need to do each year and break the application process down so that you understand the important parts for each step.


Read what Meredith had to say about how her study abroad experience cemented her passion for medicine.


Caitlin Martin

(Class of 2011)

Caitlin Martin photoAlthough I knew that Miami would … benefit me on my path towards medical school, I was astounded when I discovered the extent of opportunities that Miami and the Mallory-Wilson Center provide.


Read what Caitlin had to say about the quality of professors at Miami.


Alexandru Alexa

(Class of 2011)

Alexandru Alexa photoMiami was the school that could offer me the best preparation for entering medical school. This is evident in the high number of Miami applicants accepted into medical school compared to the national average.


Read what Alexandru had to say about out-of-classroom opportunities at Miami and the Mallory-Wilson Center.


Andrew Lichter

(Class of 2011)

Andrew Lichter photoIf there is one thing that I love most about the academic program at Miami, it's the number of quality options available to undergraduate students, especially pre-health students.


Read what Andrew had to say about being an 'ambassador' for the Mallory-Wilson Center.