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Crushing the Residency Interview

This guide will help you create messages that help you articulate your strengths and experiences that will differentiate you as a residency program candidate during the interview, as well as provide some tips and insight on how to communicate your message in a confident manner.

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What Is a Cardiologist?

Cardiologists specialize in assessing, diagnosing, and treating problems of the heart and blood vessels. Read more as we discuss their training and expertise.
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What is a Good MCAT Score?

How is the MCAT scored? - Find out what are the lowest and highest MCAT scores to see how you compare to others when applying to medical school. Learn more about your MCAT results!
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What Is a Neurologist?

A neurologist is trained to handle problems of the nervous system. These doctors focus on treating injuries and disorders of the brain and spine. Learn more!
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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Cecil W. Cone II

AS WE CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH, WE'RE SPOTLIGHTING AUC FACULTY AND LEARNING MORE ABOUT THEIR PATHWAYS TO MEDICINE. IN THIS PERSONAL REFLECTION, DR. CECIL W. CONE II, PROFESSOR OF PATHOLOGY AND THIRD SEMESTER LEAD, SHARES HIS JOURNEY TO BECOME A PHYSICIAN AND HOW HE DISCOVERED HIS PASSION FOR PATHOLOGY.

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Faculty Spotlight: Natalie Humphrey, PhD, CEAP

AS WE CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH, WE'RE SPOTLIGHTING AUC FACULTY AND LEARNING MORE ABOUT THEIR PATHWAYS TO MEDICINE. IN THIS PERSONAL REFLECTION, DR. NATALIE HUMPHREY, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY, SHARES HER JOURNEY TO BECOME A CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST, THE CHALLENGES SHE’S SURMOUNTED ALONG THE WAY, AND HER DRIVE TO INSPIRE OTHERS.

Melinda Wang, MD ’20, and Andrew Talon, MD ‘19
AUC Alumni Couples Share Their Love Stories

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we celebrated all the love stories that started at AUC. Here, several AUC alumni couples recount the moment sparks flew with their significant other.

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Margaret Colden

As we celebrate Black History Month, we're spotlighting AUC faculty and learning more about their pathways to medicine. Meet Dr. Margaret Colden, AUC Professor of Physiology and Course Director, Physiology I, who was the first Black individual to earn a PhD from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1986.