From performing on Broadway to medical school in the Caribbean, the path of Molly Kallins’ MD was anything but traditional. We sat down with the 2018 graduate for advice on finding the perfect fit in a medical school, what life was like in Sint Maarten, and how AUC School of Medicine impacted her personal and professional life.
The better people are at taking care of themselves, the more effective they’ll be of taking care of others.” – Arianna Huffington, Founder of The Huffington Post and Founder and CEO of Thrive Global
Interested in exploring communities throughout Sint Maarten? Read one student's experience with using the local bus system on the island.
"Not only did AUC School of Medicine pave the way for me to become a general surgeon, but it allowed me to further my surgical education in the competitive field of plastic and reconstructive surgery," says Dr. Daniele.
"Community Action Day is an event the whole school looks forward to because it really allows the students and faculty to come together for the residents of Sint Maarten," said 2nd-semester student Sonali Alluri.
Looking to switch up your study habits or try out different tactics for learning your course material? While there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to studying, it can be helpful to get an inside look into various methods that have worked for other medical students.
Alumna Dr. Valerie Garden discusses her journey from AUC student to ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon.
The Class of 2019 graduate was one of the founding members of the Family Medicine Interest Group at AUC and looks forward to starting her career as a family physician.
Reflecting on his experiences during and outside of medical school, alumnus Dr. Jared Newman is keen to share lessons that can help future AUC students better prepare for a competitive specialty.