Well, now is your chance!
Listen to this panel of three med school admissions experts — Dr. Barry Rothman, Cydney Foote, and Dr. Herman "Flash" Gordon — to learn concrete steps on how to create an effective application as they answer questions from fellow applicants. Accepted CEO Linda Abraham moderates as our pros discuss strategic keys to impressing the adcom during every stage of the application.
Don’t waste time worrying and obsessing over your application — soak up this valuable expert advice, learn from the questions answered, and maximize your chances of snagging that coveted acceptance letter from your top-choice school!
Dr. Rothman is a Professor of Biology and the former director of three postbac programs at San Francisco State University, and has conducted biomedical research at CalTech, UTMB Galveston, UC San Francisco, and SF State. He uses his experience as a teacher, student, and researcher, in addition to his experience in the postbac admissions world, to counsel applicants seeking admission to medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, PA, PT, optometry, and podiatry schools, as well as to graduate biomedical research programs.
He holds a BA in Biology from Haverford College and a PhD in Biochemistry from CalTech.
Prior to joining Accepted, Cydney Foote worked as an administrator at the University of Washington’s School of Medicine. She is also the author of Write Your Way to Medical School, and two other ebooks.
Using her healthcare experience, storytelling skills, and eagle-eye for editing, Cyd has been helping Accepted’s clients gain acceptance to demanding medical schools and residency programs for 15 years.
Dr. Gordon, or "Flash," is the Past Chair of Admissions at the University of Arizona College of Medicine where he reviewed more than 800 applications during his four-year tenure. He knows exactly what meds school admissions directors look for while vetting applicants. He is also a passionate teacher of problem solving and has developed a teaching app called ThinkShare that focuses on the development of critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity in a hybrid learning environment.
Flash earned his AB from Harvard College and his PhD from CalTech.