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.
Written by Shalom Adams, with photos by Allen Tsiyer
Smaller class sizes, more flexibility and time to prepare for USMLE exams, and more time to schedule electives are just a few of the benefits.
May is World Stroke Month and to recognize this health observance, we sat down with American University of the Caribbean alumni and Associate Director of the Stroke Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, Dr. Shlee Song.
Before he enrolled at AUC—long before he became a chief surgery resident—Joe Watson (Class of 2012) worked at a small primary care clinic in Memphis.