Residency application headshot portraits for Midwestern Student and soon to be Doctor and Surgeon @emilykindall 🩺 Emily has been studying hard in Ireland at #RCSI and is ready for her next steps! She is a kind and gentle soul who will bring so much comfort to her surgical patients.
Congratulations Emily on what is sure to be an illustrious career as a surgeon!
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When appling for ERAS residency matches, a photo is highly recommend. Including a professional, friendly photo will help the people assessing your application remember you and put a face to a name. An application photo humanizes you to the faculty who are evaluating your application and deliberating over your potential candidacy for residency.
It ensures you’re not just another faceless applicant.
Plus, it will help them recognize and identify you when you arrive at your interviews.
You want your application to stand out rather than blend in. Keep in mind that the people evaluating your application are also looking at a vast amount of other applications. While they are not assessing you based on your picture, the application photo will help them remember who you are—and this is vital to your chances of acceptance.
- Med School Insiders July 2022
Founded in 1900 Midwestern University (MWU) is a private medical and professional school with campuses in Downers Grove, Illinois and Glendale, Arizona. In the Phoenix valley it is the second and largest medical school to teach students in the state. The university is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and the medical schools are also accredited by the American Osteopathic Association's Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation. The Glendale Campus is home to the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine (1995), the College of Health Sciences (1996), the College of Pharmacy (1998), the College of Dental Medicine–Arizona (2006), the Arizona College of Optometry (2008), the College of Veterinary Medicine (2012), the College of Graduate Studies (2018), and the Arizona College of Podiatric Medicine (2020). The campus has seen rapid growth in the number of buildings, academic programs, faculty, staff, and students. The Glendale Campus, located on 156 acres, has buildings that provide for academic classrooms, state-of-the-art laboratories, and student housing. Five Midwestern University Clinics provide quality care for the community: the Multispecialty Clinic, which opened in 2007; the Dental Institute and the Eye Institute, which opened in 2010; the Animal Health Institute—comprised of the Companion Animal Clinic (opened 2014), Equine and Bovine Center (opened 2015), and Diagnostic Pathology Center (opened 2016); and the Therapy Institute, which opened in 2020.