premed


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pre·med

 (prē′mĕd′) Informal
adj.
Premedical.
n.
1. A premedical student.
2. A premedical program of study.

premed

(priːˈmɛd)
adj
(Medicine) short for premedical
n
1. (Surgery) short for premedication
2. (Medicine) a premedical student

pre•med

(priˈmɛd)

adj.
1. premedical.
n.
2. a program of premedical study or training.
3. a student enrolled in such a program.
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Its the only and first ever premed course that teaches 84 biomedical and patient-care based subjects set to make its students primed and prepared to succeed in medicine.
The association will also be participating in a Premed Bootcamp offered by AMSA and the University of Florida College of Medicine, where candidates for the school will get to meet with physician alumni.
Recipients of the $500 scholarships were Caitlan Richard, a graduated from Wahlert Catholic High School in Dubuque, who plans to attend the University of Minnesota or Iowa State University to pursue a degree in civil engineering; Morgan Dolan, a graduate of Hempstead High School in Dubuque, who will pursue a major in education at Loras College; Marie Hafner, a graduate of Bettendorf High School in Bettendorf, Iowa, who plans to major in premed and minor in psychology at the University of Iowa; and Ellen Funke, a graduate from Wahlert Catholic High School in Dubuque, who plans to attend Clarke University to major in elementary education.
Four Iscol premed students, participating in public service summer internships through the Urban Semester program in New York City, worked with community partners to organize the health fair at Nuestros Ninos Day Care Center.
She will attend Fairfield University in the fall and play on the women's golf team while studying medicine with a premed concentration.
Sanford, a physician who runs a foundation for health education and premedical advising, helps premed students get accepted into medical school.
TO ADDRESS health disparities in minority and under-served populations, nearly 100 medical and premed students participated in a march from Selma, Ala.
Now they're about to graduate from high school, and Joey, the class valedictorian, is heading for premed at Duke--that is, until Clay is attacked by Joey, who is flipping out from an overdose, and pushes him in self-defense.
I was studying premed, with the goal of being a pediatrician.
The Association of American Medical Colleges reports that the average educational debt of medical school graduates of the class of 2003--including premed borrowing--was $109,457, up 5.
The Association of American Medical Colleges reports that the average educational debt of graduates of the class of 2003--including premed borrowing--was $109,457, an increase of 5.