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How to Find a Mentor in Medical School: An Interview with Nicolet Finger, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine with AACOMAS 


As you start your journey to prepare for your medical path ahead, you might want to consider connecting with a mentor. It’s not an easy task, but thanks to this AACOMAS interview with medical students, you can get a sense of how it’s well worth it in the long run. A mentor who’s been down this road before and already finished the process is a great person to provide you with guidance on the route ahead. 

Nicolet Finger, DO, is a second-year resident in physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and a former medical student from the University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. Take a look at Dr. Finger’s interview, along with other medical students who give great pointers on finding your new mentor. 

Read the AACOMAS’ Interview


 

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About the author: The Texas Health Education Service amplifies TMDSAS and JAMP’s missions to serve students, collegiate advisors, and professional schools in Texas by providing students with accurate educational resources to enhance their preparation for a career in the health professions, and supporting efforts by advisors and professional schools to reach students and enrich the applicant pool.

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