Jeff Romig, M.D., Visiting Assistant Professor of Human Physiology has formed the Antioch Pre-Professional Association (APPA). The APPA is geared toward students interested in pursuing a post-graduate degree in the Sciences or the Medical Arts (Ph.D., M.D./D.O., D.V.M., D.D.S./D.M.D., Psy.D.), and all are welcome to join.
The APPA gathers to disseminate information regarding the multitude of doctorate programs in the United States and abroad, as well as applications, admission testing, tips for getting accepted to programs and what the life of a graduate student may be like.
Guest speakers are invited to highlight particular graduate and professional programs and the group will have opportunities to visit the OSU and Wright State University schools of medicine and their anatomy labs, OSU’s dental and veterinary schools, and more.
During the first APPA meeting, held on February 24th, guest speaker Dr. Connie Romig, Psychologist and Attorney, spoke about applying to and attending both graduate school and law school. On March 10th, Dr. Scott Millen will be giving a seminar regarding Ph.D. Programs in Microbiology and Molecular Biology and life as a graduate student from his perspective. On March 17th, Jeff will discuss medical school applications, interviewing, and MCATs.
APPA meetings are held on Fridays beginning at 5pm in ASB Room 201. Please RSVP Dr. Jeff Romig at email@example.com.
Additionally, on March 8th, Jeff will begin a Wednesday field trip series to the Montgomery County Coroner’s Office for autopsy observations. Contact Dr. Jeff Romig at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions and further information.