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Fellowship Personal Statement in Neuroradiology

As I continued through different clinical rotations in medical school, I gradually came to more fully appreciate why I felt drawn to radiology in a special way, over and above my passion for the other branches of medicine.  I think the central aspect of this was my profound admiration for the way that radiology spans so many different disciplines, with diagnostics always as the central core. I was fascinated by radiology attendings’ breadth of knowledge across various medical fields, and enjoyed collaborating with physicians of diverse specialties.

My passion for neuroradiology truly blossomed when I joined the four-year radiology residency training program at the Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran. It was not long into my full immersion experience in radiology that I started to gravitate towards neuroradiology and began working towards carving out for myself a special focus in this area of radiology. I enjoy very much the diversity of experiences in neuroradiology, and the need for in-depth knowledge of neuroanatomy and medical physics. In September of 2009, I completed my radiology residency and began working as a diagnostic radiologist.

For a restless person with an ambitious personality like mine, it was just the start of a long journey. In 2013, my desire to advance my career and participate more fully in global medical research led me to secure a research position in the Pediatric Radiology Department of Texas Children’s Hospital. As a clinical research fellow with my main focus on neuroradiology research, I quickly found myself working on several projects including the application of fMRI and quantitative imaging biomarkers in the study of epilepsy. My ongoing research efforts in this area have resulted in several peer-reviewed publications and oral presentations in scientific conferences, with one of my co-authored papers winning the annual Lucien Levy Award as the best research article published in the American Journal of Neuroradiology in 2016.

My strong desire to expand my clinical knowledge led to entering a radiology residency program at Baylor College of Medicine in 2016. My radiology residency has been enriched by rotations at multiple hospitals including Ben Taub community hospital, the MD Anderson Cancer Center, and the Texas Children’s Hospital. My training in a community hospital has been instrumental in developing my organizational skills and proficiency in time management, helping me to further develop confidence and autonomy in performing minimally invasive procedures, having completed more than 400 image-guided procedures so far. Furthermore, I have had the opportunity to work alongside some of the most distinguished neuroradiologists in the country and gained in-depth clinical experience in all aspects of neuroradiology including emergency neuroradiology, pediatric neuroimaging, and oncologic neuroimaging.

Of all the factors involved in making my decision for neuroradiology, the most important one is the excitement and fulfilment that comes with facing a spectrum of challenging neuroradiology cases where my clinical judgment has meaningful impact on patient outcomes. It was during my neuroradiology rotations that I found myself waking up in the morning before my alarm went off with joyful anticipation of what the day would bring, and at the end of each day, I couldn’t wait for the next work day to arrive.

I intend to continue my career in academic medicine where I can participate in patient care and teaching, and pursue my research interests. I aspire to become part of a fellowship program with extensive exposure to the variety of topics in neuroradiology that can further enhance my clinical, and teaching skills. Additionally, I look forward to the research opportunities that make me able to dive into the most current, cutting-edge research, making important contributions to the field of neuroradiology. In return, to my program I will bring my enthusiasm, perseverance, and passion for excellence.

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I have a great passion for medicine and extensive clinical experience that would make me an asset to your team if I were to be selected for a fellowship position in Endocrinology. Originally from Colombia where I completed medical school, I am now about to begin the third year of my residency program in Internal Medicine here in the USA. I am especially well versed and experienced in the treatment of metabolic diseases and I find a great deal of satisfaction helping sick people, especially the elderly.

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As a specialist in the area of diversity, I find particular joy in helping to foster the representation of all ethnicities in our medical institutions. I think it is not only healthy for America to have a medical staff that was born all over the world, but it is also healthy for the planet. For over a decade, I have helped thousands of residents struggling to write their own statement in English as a second or foreign language, something that can be enormously difficult. Please let me help! You need a very well written, eloquent statement in order to be accepted. Much of your competition uses professional help, which gives them an edge. It would be prudent for you to get help as well. I am committed to providing the highest possible quality of service to all applicants who turn to me for support, direction, and/or assistance. No matter where you come from on the globe, I struggle 7 days a week to provide you with the assistance that you need to produce an extremely effective and eloquent essay that maximizes your chances of being chosen for a medial residency or fellowship position in an English speaking country.

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Sample Personal Statement for Fellowship in Dermopahthology

I hope to be selected to complete a fellowship program in Dermopathology on the basis of my sheer passion and profound dedication to the field as well as my potential for professional contribution to this fascinating and rapidly advancing area of medicine. I was introduced to this field as a student in medical school, listening attentively to a lecture in this field by my foremost mentor, Dr. XXXX XXXX, who has published extensively in this area. She is also a highly skilled communicator and lecturer. Something about the way that she described “the logic” behind the relationship between the layers of the skin, on the one hand, and the advancement of skin disease on the other, clicked in my mind and I knew almost at once that I had found my niche.  Dr. XXXX’s discussion of the visible, clinical correlations appealed strongly to my logical mind and passion for mystery and solving puzzles. The wide variety of disorders which manifest themselves through dermatological diseases are something that I find absolutely thrilling on an intellectual level. What I experience as an almost natural affinity to Dermopathology has me extremely highly motivated to accept the challenge of a long professional lifetime giving my all to the study and practice of this area of medicine.

Having spent many years as a competitive athlete, I have also had the opportunity to learn a great deal as a patient, especially the experience of undergoing bilateral ACL replacements. Furthermore, I recently accompanied my mother through her experience at multiple rehabilitation hospitals and could not feel more excited about the prospect of soon having the profound privilege of helping patients and their families to learn how to better cope with, manage, and recover from the traumatic experiences of sickness and disease. For some time now, I have paid especially close attention to the way in which patients with different dermatological conditions can find themselves just as incapacitated and unable to engage in or perform their daily activities as someone with a neurological disorder. I find myself reading a lot about strategies for helping people with a variety of different medical conditions to rise to the challenge so they can return to their daily lives and activities.

Earning my MD in 2015 was one of the most important moments of my life so far. Nevertheless, I also think of myself as a scientist as well as a doctor. When my mother became very ill with cancer after I had already completed my master’s degree in Psychology and a year of study towards a PhD in Biochemistry, I had to discontinue my studies at Montana State University and return to DC to assist with her care. As I got to know the neurooncologist and radiation oncologist who cared for her at the National Cancer Institute, I was offered and accepted a research fellowship for that year. With their encouragement, I applied to and was accepted to medical school. Due to the intellectual appeal and intrigue of Pathology as well as its immediate patient implications, it is where I want to invest my professional lifetime. During my fourth-year rotation in Dermatology, I had the opportunity to work very closely with Dr. Hood and helped her to adapt the Dermatopathology lectures for the medical students to a new format that increased group activity. I very much look forward to a life of learning and challenge in Dermatopathology and I thank you for considering my application to become a part of your team.

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