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Small classes, close relationships with professors, research and internship opportunities, and the option to explore interests beyond medicine appeal to many students who anticipate spending at least seven years after college singularly focused on the study of medicine.
The Washington College Premedical Program guides students interested in pursuing a career in medicine. If you are interested in becoming an allopathic physician (an M.D.), an osteopathic physician (a D.O.), a dentist, a podiatrist, an optometrist, or a veterinarian, the Premedical Committee will help guide you through the process.
Since the age of 10, Sean Scarpiello ’14 has had a singular focus: to become a doctor. A summer internship in the pediatric cardiology unit at Children’s National Hospital has brought him one step closer.
Working on a small dairy farm near campus, a pre-veterinary student from suburban New Jersey is learning the meaning of happiness—for man and beast alike.
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has awarded Washington College alumnus Ralph Snyderman its 2012 David E. Rogers Award in recognition of “major contributions to improving the health and health care of the American people.”