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How to Get Research Experience to Prepare for Med School Admissions
As a pre-med student, you’re probably aware of just how cutthroat the admissions landscape has become. Admissions committee members don’t only look for students with the best numbers. They also expect you to bring hands-on experience in the medical field, demonstrating your commitment to the profession.

Consequently, research has practically become an unspoken requirement for applicants. To help you get the research experience you need to stand out, we're hosting a free webinar on "How to Get Research Experience to Prepare for Med School Admissions."

Henry Ashworth, an MD candidate at Harvard Medical School and an admissions counselor, will present this webinar on Wednesday, October 20th at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT.

Oct 20, 2021 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Henry Ashworth
MD Canditate @Harvard Medical School
Hello! I am a current Medical School Admissions Counselor with InGenius Prep. I was initially interested in pursuing a career in marine research until I began working as an EMT while attending a small liberal arts school in Florida, Eckerd College. I ended up switching my majors to Biochemistry and Philosophy and graduated summa cum laude. Instead of applying immediately to medical school, I took time off to pursue my interests in global health by obtaining a Master of Public Health with full scholarship from University College Dublin and working as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Nepal. While in Nepal, I coordinated with international and local partners to develop and run a motorcycle mounted community emergency response team, and I researched the team’s impact on local health disparities. I am currently a medical student at Harvard Medical School, and my interests include pediatric emergency medicine, community health, disruptive design, and trauma-informed care.