Drs. Silverman published a new research article in Cytoskeleton that demonstrates a novel role for spectrin in atherosclerosis

Drs. Silverman published a new research article in Cytoskeleton that demonstrates a novel role for spectrin in atherosclerosis.

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Drs. Silverman published a new research article in Cytoskeleton that demonstrates a novel role for spectrin in atherosclerosis

11 Capture with important therapeutics implications. One of the pictures was selected for cover! You can read the article at  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cm.v72.4/issuetoc

Hasan Bilal took two courses with Drs. Silverman at U of Toronto Scarborough (Physiology and Service Learning and outreach) and subsequently worked under the supervision of Drs. Silverman as a work study student one summer and 2 summers as an NSERC summer student. Hasan is now a 4th year medical student at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York USA. Congratulations!

Spectrin Alpha is Important for Rear Polarization of the Microtubule Organizing Center During Migration and Spindle Pole Assembly During Division of Neointimal Smooth Muscle Cells (2015) Rosalind V. Silverman-Gavrila,1 Lorelei B. Silverman-Gavrila,2 Khawaja Hasan Bilal,1 and Michelle P. Bendeck1 * 1 Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada 2 Department of Physiology, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Medical education advising MEA has now a youtube channel

Medical Education Advising Pre-medical program has now its own youtube Channel. Join the link below to see our upcoming videos.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgBZoTMOh8LoPOR1pedKJFg
We will have a weekly video tip series on medical and other professional school application. Also between August 4 and 8 we will have a condensed summer camp where you can have access to lectures covering all 34 workshops on medical , dental, and law school application and residency matching to date plus get all your medical application done in 2 days!!!. You will do your statement, autobiographical sketch, interview, secondary applications, have your resume analysed and get involved in one or more of our 40 projects aimed to improve your application, learn how to get the best reference letters, and scholarships, have a medical school application plan. 

St. George’s University and NYCC offer MEA medical Education advising graduates dual degrees/Melbourne Optometry school approves our prerequisites

Great news for highschool graduates and for any first or second year bachelor students interested in medical school! Students who come at MEA to complete 90 plus credits  have a science GPA of at least 3.2, no science grades less than a “C” will be placed in the St. George’s University School of Medicine five year medical degree program and will obtain a dual BSc/MD degree.

New York Chiropractic College Graduates of Medical Education Advising MEA  will get a direct entry into the chiropractic program and all MEA students entering the DC program at NYCC are eligible for NYCC Bachelors of Professional Studies program and graduate with both Doctor of Chiropractic and Bachelors of Professional Studies degrees. All students (local and international pay the same fees and are eligible for NYCC International Scholarship.

A separate agreement from last week allows our students who take prerequisite courses with us to apply to Melbourne School of Health Sciences Optometry

American University of Antigua and Medical Education Advising MEA

Medical Education Advising’s premedical program -American University of Antigua
We look forward to a great collaboration between our institutions. In the program established by this agreement there will be two pathways to the AUA College of Medicine’s medical degree program.

Students holding a first degree who complete their science prerequisites with us will be guaranteed a seat in the AUACOM’s four year medical degree program if they have a competitive science GPA (competitive is defined as within 3 points of the prior year’s AUACOM’s entry average), no science grades less than a “C”, and a letter of recommendation from the appropriate Dean a
Students who have completed 90 plus credits, have a competitive science GPA (competitive is defined as within 3 points of the prior year’s AUACOM’s entry average average), no science grades less than a “C”, and a letter of recommendation from the appropriate Dean will be placed in the AUACOM’s four year medical degree program
All eligible students must meet all other admission requirements of AUACOM.
The qualified medical students will be eligible to complete the first two (2) years of medical study in Antigua and Barbuda, and the final two (2) years of this combined program in our affiliated hospitals in the United States, Canada and India.

Congratulations to our team at Medical Education Advising for high school

Congratulations to our youngest member Dave Sissini for being awarded the Schulich Scholarship at Western value $80,000 and the Governor General Medal, to our Team leader Johnny Su for receiving the NSERC summer undergraduate research, to Tina Felfelli for being accepted in MD program at U of Toronto , and to Dr. Rami Khalil for matching in residency in Internal Medicine at McMaster!