Med Student Bio Instagram: What is a med student bio Instagram? It is the best way to get in touch with prehealth and medical students in your area. It can be very hard to connect with others who might want to explore medical careers in your area, and it is an essential step in breaking into healthcare.
Med Student Bio Instagram
“If you don’t know where you are going, any road will take you there.” – Lewis Carroll
Hi! I’m @medstudentio. Everyone is 100% unique–I am no exception. I’m the 5th of nine kids, grew up with a family full of doctors, love board games, spend all
Life is better when you live it together. Love, live, laugh, learn . . . med school 🔬❤️🏠😊
Med school ain’t easy, but it will forever be worth it.
I’m a second year med student with some extra time to study on campus. Stop by and let me know if I can help you with anything! Thanks!
Finishing pre-med after 4 years at Tufts. Going to be a Doctor! Filling up my head with as much knowledge as I can so I can spend the rest of my life helping people and science!
My last semester of medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
I was born and raised in Los Angeles. I received my MD from UCLA, and I’m currently doing an internal medicine residency at UCSF. My great loves in life are my wife and two kids, and spending time with my family.
Today is an opportunity for you to take charge of your learning and meeting the challenge of medical school.
I wanted to become a doctor ever since I watched my mother who was diagnosed with cancer when I was in 8th grade. She is still my role model and without her, I wouldn’t be here today. And thanks for making me become
The future of healthcare depends upon the next generation of physicians. ______ believes in empowering students to pursue their passion at the intersection of medicine and social impact. To learn more, visit ______.org to join our mailing list.
My greatest joy is when my patients tell me they can see themselves in me. Money can never buy you happiness, but it can buy you experiences. ##
It’s that time of year again. You know, when I’m done with all my exams and have lots of free time 👩🏼🎓
It’s the unknown that makes life interesting.
When you feel like walking in the snow but it’s hot outside
I got 99 problems, but Med School ain’t one ✅ #futureMD
Hi, my name is (insert first and last name here), and I’m a med student studying (insert school and program here).
Hey, I’m Kyle. A third-year pre-med student at the University of Texas at Austin. See my IG feed for updates of what I’m working on (and more bio info).
Hello, this is Shana. I’m applying to study medicine at Harvard University next year and wondering if you could fill out my application review? 🗿
I am a 1st year med student and this year we will be rotating in General Surgery. I can’t wait to see all the amazing surgeries and procedures!
Hello! My name is Dr. Anisha and I’m a first year med student at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. During my first year, I plan on blogging about my experiences as a naive college grad entering the
Hi, class of 2022! I’m in my third year of medical school, but have already taken a few pictures that seem relevant to your academic interests so here’s some advice.
Hi 👋 my name is Jess and I’m a first yr medical student at UCL 🥰 feel free to follow for more #studyblr goodness 😀
I am an aspiring physician-scientist, driven by a curiosity to understand human health and the mechanisms of disease. I aim to bring novel therapeutic approaches into clinical practice and academic research.
Hey, I’m Charlotte and I’m a first year medical student at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine. Watching this video means that you’re into staying up to date on the latest health care news and opinion. Awesome!
Getting a jump start on next week’s cadaver dissection by using a real innovative device that prevents the nerve bundle that causes shaking hands from moving 🙂 . 🎓🌭
At first, I had no idea what to expect. A lot (and I mean a LOT) of blood and some knives thrown in for good measure. I’ve become used to it now though. Surgery is like anything else really—it
Someday, I will be the lead author of the first article that proves that Pluto really does have a heart. 💖
The Pulse of Life’s A-Beatin’
The human heart is a fascinating organ, and I want to study its functionality as my career unfolds. My experience as a part of the Med Student Bio team has been invaluable in connecting me with mentors within the healthcare industry; the connections I
I’m a Med Student. My future is limitless._MD🍎
Paging Dr. James? Brain surgeon, pediatric endocrinologist, neurologist (and pianist)… Yes, my life is full of many things, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything. #medstudent #worldmedicalstudent
Hello, my name is P, and I’m a medical student. I’m currently studying in the incredible city of New York. #medstudent #momoftwo #medicalschool #NYC
My interest in #MedSchool? A healthy mix of these three things: #grandpa, #spicyfood, and TV dramas.
I chose a career in medicine because I want to live in a world where everyone has access to the best possible care.
My name is Heather Hatten and I’m studying to become a doctor.
I am a 24-year old medical student at the School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Toronto. I have a passion for biomedical research. I also love to travel, hike, and camp. This summer, I am traveling to 13 countries in
I’m a physics student with a love for science, positive energy, and #sciencefriday.
Using my knowledge of science, I’m helping to #endcancer. Proud Member of the @cancercenter team!🎓
It’s not an overstatement to say that we will be the future of medicine.
Wanting to explore my identity is one of the main reasons I became a doctor. To learn about my heritage is to love myself. I am eternally grateful for this opportunity, and I will continue to grow and learn from every experience.
Starting now, I’m starting to live my life as a doctor. Im going to continue to share the wonders I see in this world and keep asking myself.
📣From Harvard student to med school applicant who knew that fate would lead me to med school ❤️🔜🕰. #medicalschoolbio
Just got accepted into medical school. This means I’ll be switching my Instagram account to reflect my new path. I’ve had this bio since 2014 so I feel like it’s time for something new… Thanks for reading!
Once this med student becomes a doctor, she will be so focused on helping others that not much will bring her down. She will have seen it all. She’ll have found medicine her calling. She has so much passion for helping others…
Check out this girl! She graduated #1 in her med school and wants to hear from you about shadowing opportunities in the industry.
Never stop asking questions. Keep challenging your brain. Always be reading. And never stop learning. Med school is hard but you’ll make it through!
I’m a first-year med student, but I’ve got this.
I’m studying to be a doctor because I want to help people. Here’s the story of how that happened…
It’s a long way from here to becoming a doctor. ✌🏻
Proudly Representing the patients of NYC.
Now entering day 2 of rotation in the inpatient wards, for the clinic I shadowed the ER today. Another amazing day in medical school, can’t wait for tomorrow!
This isn’t a dress rehearsal. Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! -Henry David Thoreau #caduceus #dreambig #massgeneral #bigsmiles ##meded #studentlife
If you’re interested in learning more about me, please write to continue the conversation.
This is my last year of high school!
Learning a lot here. Also, I have a soft spot for bad puns. 👆
From med student to physician-in-training, I’m committed to providing compassionate & personalized care. Schedule an appointment at www.drkahancocks.com.
Hi! I’m a UCLA Med Student and aspiring ER Physician. Let me help you visualize that “disease or condition” you have …🤓
I’m in med school and in the 🌎. I want to travel and meet new people, but also really love my dog and old family videos.
Feeling grateful for the opportunity to pursue my dreams. Excited to learn more about my chosen profession #medstudentsdoitbetter
I’m Hispanic and proud of the country my family is from. I believe that education is paramount to success and I just happen to be a med student which has opened my eyes to the capabilities of the mind.
So excited to be starting med school! Ready to learn as much as I can and take on the world with #WhereIGoFromHere
I’m a medical student at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. I enjoy helping people, learning, following my passions, & staying active.
Studying medicine at <H-School>, I’m passionate about human biology and public health. Outside of class, you can find me hiking, cuddling with the Prez, or dancing at 🎶shows.
Hi. I’m Marisa, a future doctor 💉 👨🏻⚕️ #2018classof
Lived in Houston, TX for med school. Moved to Cleveland, OH.
Hi! My name’s ___, and I’m currently working on becoming a doctor. I often see patients after they’ve already had surgery, so I’m especially grateful for the power of early detection.
Hello, my name is Dr. K, I am a 2nd year medical student who loves studying anatomy with paper dolls.
I’m a student at [school name] medical school. I’m training to become a [specialty] physician. I’m from [where you grew up]. Most of my time is spent studying, reading, and learning information for tests.
My life in pictures.
Bio after I find out that I passed my medical boards.
💻🍎🕳 I’m an aspiring physician, living in the DMV area. If I’m not buried in a textbook, I can be found in the kitchen cooking for my family & friends, eating whatever food truck
Sleepless. Work-obsessed. Sunflower seeds, coffee, and a cat. That pretty much sums up the life of a medical student who is trying to become a doctor!
Hi, friends. Here is a little about me: I’m a first-year med student who just got back from studying abroad in Italy. I can’t believe how much changed once I was outside the states—it felt like
As an aspiring physician interested in global health, I am eager to use my talents to help communities that are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS.
Hello, I’m a 12th-grade student at the University of Toronto who is studying molecular biology and biochemistry, pre-med. Hope y’all are having a great day!
🍎🌰Fun fact: when I was in middle school, I wanted to be a marine biologist…then when I was in high school, I wanted to be a pediatrician. Life clearly pointed me in another direction and here I
When people ask me why I wanted to become a doctor, sometimes I get stuck for an answer. The truth is that I am following in the footsteps of my mother and grandmother—both physicians who dedicated their lives to helping others. It’s always felt
Fuelled by student debt and the smell of formaldehyde 💊😵
Loves dogs, tinkering with various apps on his phone, and writing EKGs.
#straighttalk “Sometimes I have to study all night. Sometimes I have to party all night. Sometimes I have to go into the hospital at 5 AM because that’s when they’re looking for people. It’s not glamorous,
Life is too short not to enjoy every sandwich. On the menu for today: the BLT with extra tomato.
Life is uncertain… Eat dessert first.
Hi, I’m Emma and I’m a first-year med student. I’m majoring in immunobiology and pharmacology at @medicine @columbia. #medstudent #immunobiology #
Aspiring physician #bio #medical #pharmo #phd #doctor #doctorlife #premed #proudpremed #premedstudent #medicalschool #futuredoctor.
Don’t be afraid to fail. #somedayyouwillbethepersonyoucanonlyimagine #medstudent
Hi, I’m Jodie. I’m a first year med student at UBC and I love dogs 🐶, writing, and traveling.
During medical school, you will be constantly filled with doubt and uncertainty. Remember to devote yourself 100% to your studies, but also remember to not be so caught up in the academic parts of med school that you forget to enjoy the human side of it as
I’m a first-year medical student. I spend my time reading, researching, and studying—I’m basically a science nerd learning about all things biology. I also absolutely love baking treats for friends and family, which reminds me
Today’s a medical school orientation day. My father smashed my hand during a family outing when I was 5, and now I have a right-handed hook for a hand/fingers. I can’t help but wonder if this
I’m not a doctor yet, but if people call me that I still say, “Hey, thanks for the confidence.”
It’s a many-splendored thing to be a doctor!
Feed my curiosity. || Hanna Chai
Staring at this whiteboard helps me to remember all the structures of the human body.
I hid it. I spent four years mastering the art of deception. I lived to learn but learned to live by learning to lie.
The secret to happiness, self-satisfaction, and serenity lies in the joy of work. That is why we like to study: we enjoy it.
🧡Med student by day, blogger by night. Love being able to talk about my passion for science with the world—even if most of you have no idea what I’m talking about 😂🔬
🌞 Med student 🌍 Travel enthusiast 🏳️🌈 Social Media Marketer 🐶 dog lover 💇🏻♀️ want to know more? (and see if I can
I’m a Med Student at XYZ University. I enjoy learning and innovating, but most of all, I like to experience new things and get cozy with my books on a rainy day. Hope you’re doing well!
Med student, lover of Harry Potter and Beyoncé, cook extraordinaire.
Now that I’m a #medicalstudent, I have to stop being so excited about anonymous quotes on the internet.
To the last 25 years: we’ve had our ups and downs, but I wouldn’t trade any of it. Hopefully, this adventure will never end! #medschool #studying #ray-ban #style
I tend to make boring people interesting and I want to be able to make your life better through the medical field.
Studied at the University of X, Y, and Z hoping to complete a residency in less than 5 years. Anything else you need to know – ask!
On the journey to becoming a doctor, I have learned that my patients are not just patients, but rather people with families, hopes, and dreams.
I’m a medical student who moonlights as a poet. Follow for poetry and medicine.
Being a doctor is about more than just having all of the facts. It’s about being an advocate for your patients.
Sometimes it’s all about being there for one another. 💜
What if you could fall in love with the human heart? With every beat it makes, it keeps life flowing. With every pulse, it saves hundreds of thousands of lives. The heart is much more than just another organ – It’s an endlessly inspirational
Carpe diem! Heb jij als beginner in de geneeskunde een schitterende blogpost geschreven over je enthousiasme voor het arts-zijn? Deel
I learned that while science is not art, it has art to its practice.
What’s up? I’m a med student 👋 at Columbia University. I’m passionate about global health, data science, and public policy. Ask me anything!
🔬Another reminder that I have a small piece of the future inside me. #MedSchool
Medical Student: Interning at a trauma center and wanting to #SaveTheWorld
My name is Shealyn and I’m a first year medical student at U Angeles. It’s been an amazing journey so far and I still have two more years to go! I love teaching and helping students find success.
We are here to provide affordable, high-quality healthcare to the public. We also help medical students prepare for the later stages of their career in medicine through programs like our medical assistant training course.
Every morning, I wake at 5:30AM to eat cereal and read through 10 pages of medical journals. Then it’s time to run an hour to Stanford for lectures. After lecture, there are 2 hours of lab work including handling (and cutting
As a doctor, I plan to dedicate my career to sharing the importance of preventative medicine and inspiring others to heal themselves by caring for their mind and body. Let’s work together to show our community that we all have the power within us
Lurking around a university campus with a clipboard, pausing to deliver a deadpan one-liner to absolutely no one.
Two things could get me to leave the lab—and I’m only human! A good movie and a good meal. After spending hours looking into a microscope, really anything could look pretty awesome. I love feeling the gears in my mind shift upon completion
Life is a journey, not a destination. You will have opportunities to be kind and to give back, so choose these moments wisely. There’s much work to do!
The clouds are moving, the birds are singing, and the people all say that I’m crazy, but I call it love.
Short Bio for Medical Students
I am a medical student who is passionate about transplant surgery and endocrinology. I am interested in all aspects of general surgery including liver, pancreas, kidney, adrenal, GI tract as well as trauma.
Chase is a dedicated and compassionate medical student at the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, with a background in molecular biology and focused interest in neuro-oncology. Her goal is to bring the care of cancer patients into the
Hi, I’m Molly! A Philadelphia native, I am a 3rd year medical student at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Jane Austen Karanavar is a main care physician and primary care pediatrician at the ANU Student Health Center in Australia since 2016. Prior, she was a family medicine resident at Vista Community Clinic of Vista, California. She has
Studying medicine is the best decision I’ve ever made. It has made me a better 🌱👨⚕️👨⚕️ and a better 🦆 person. I’m grateful and excited
Dr. El-Sayed is a Professor of Surgery and Oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He serves as Director of the Knight Cancer Institute and Director of the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center. He is Hanley Distinguished Professor
Dr. John Smith is a pediatrician and was the sixth medical student chosen to be part of the Harvard Global Health Academy.
When you want to do more with less, the right tools are the key. That’s why so many graduate school applicants seek out MD/PhDs—the ultimate “power player” in health care.
I graduated with honors with my BA in Biology at St. X (Pomona, CA) and then I studied at St. Andrews (Boston, MA). After receiving my MD from Johns Hopkins University, I will be pursuing a residency in the
An aspiring pediatrician working part-time as a physician assistant and volunteering for humanitarian and nonprofit organizations.
Medical student. Spends an unhealthy amount of time binge-watching Netflix, and finding/exploring new restaurants, cafes, and bars in DC. Lives in Columbia Heights with two roommates, whose names are Vincent and Noelle.
I studied biomedical sciences and health policy at Carnegie Mellon University, and am interested in learning more about healthcare delivery systems and care management policies.
Dr. Radhakrishnan is a medical physician, nuclear medicine specialist, and nuclear cardiologist with a Ph.D. in Molecular Imaging from USC. His research has resulted in 10 publications and 4 patents, and he has given many national and international presentations.
I’m a medical student studying to be my patient’s voice.
Dr. T is the best, most encouraging professor in Medical School. He makes learning real-life applications of scientific principles easy and even fun!
Dr. Ben Landzberg is a medical student who’s inspired to make a positive change in peoples’ lives through medicine and social media.
A medical student. Learning how the body heals and innovates at @LucBeaumontMD. Passionate about leveraging tech to drive better patient outcomes.
If you want to make a difference in the lives of people and communities, apply to medical school at UF. #medschool
I’m a medical student in India earning my bachelor’s degree. My interests are Cricket, Bodybuilding (with minimal research), and Spotify playlists 😅
Physician Assistant student at @email.edu. 🌞🌳
Medical Student, Physician, Surgeon, and soon to be on the small screen on @drsunday, sharing health and wellness tips on health and wellness on @dailyhealthpost.
10 years in medicine, and I’ve never gotten tired of putting discovery in the hands of patients.
Born and raised in East Tennessee, I grew into a competitor that enjoyed solving problems with friends. His high school interest in science led him to pursue his study of biology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison before taking on premed courses at Vanderbilt University.
Doctor in the making.
In surgery since surgery began, no surgery for surgery’s sake.
No one said your 4 years of undergrad are going to be easy, but it’s all worth it for this moment.
If you have any interest in medicine, take a look at this curriculum from UCLA medical school. Our friend would be happy to help you explore the opportunities–as a student or a future graduate!
McCabe is entering his final year in medical school.
Hello, everyone 🙂 My name is Billie and I am a 1st year medical student at the University of Georgia. I studied psychology as an undergrad and hope to become a psychiatrist down the road.
What makes a medical student hopeful? On the first day of class, I’m looking forward to getting to know my classmates and professors. I’m curious about what we’ll learn together, and I wonder where our shared journey
Just finished my second-year medical school, excited to keep learning and explore the world…so much to learn, so little time 🎓
A recent @uscmedschool med student grad, I live to explore the city, my neighborhood, and the world. My love of traveling combined with my deep interest in health all started with that moment when my mother told me it was time to choose
I’m a medical student living in the future and studying the past.
The last thing you’ll ever need (i.e. medical school)
I’m Kellie, a mysterious doctor who will be writing about all things medical. Stay tuned for all kinds of health tips– I’m sure I’ll have plenty to share.
Where do the best doctors, nurses, and patients come from? From a medical school that recognizes that compassionate care is science-based.
Dr.______is an exemplary physician, mentor, and teacher who has been voted a “Top Doctor” in Annapolis since 2007. He is board-certified in both Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease. Dr.______ was a Postdoctoral Fellow in…
Being a doctor is more than a job, it’s a passion. From training for hours to working with the best mentors in the field, being a doctor is one of the most fulfilling jobs you can have.
Dr. Kareem Ayyash is a board-certified family physician, who also serves as the president of his local medical association.
MD in year #1 of med school, in between rotations in the hospital, in DC.
A Yale grad and an avid scuba diver, Brian has always been passionate about healthcare and the human body. He is also a Red Cross certified emergency medical responder.