Chinwendu Amazu’s perspective

I have spent my life in three major places: Nigeria, Maryland and Missouri. Each location provided me a different environment to grow, learn and mature. But I would have to say living in St. Louis has been a major place of growth because of the MSTP training I am pursuing currently. St. Louis has provided […]

Derek Barisas’s perspective

I am really thankful for the MSTP office because they look out for us so we can focus on patients, experiments, tests, or whatever demands our attention and still have opportunities to build relationships with the wonderful array of people that make up the MSTP program.

Britt Andersen’s perspective

It is great being an international student in the Washington University MSTP! There are multiple international students in my class, signifying that the program truly admits students based on merit irrespective of citizen status. The Washington University community is very diverse and includes nationals of many different countries; however, St. Louis and particularly Missouri, is […]

Kayla Berry’s perspective

While I undoubtedly have become very close to my MSTP classmates, I developed very close and deep ties with my MD counterparts that have lasted even beyond their graduation. I spent many hours and late nights studying with them, collaborating with them to lead student groups and service projects, exploring the St. Louis area and […]

Jeffrey Hansen’s perspective

The transition from college to the WashU MSTP meant eight more years of learning cool facts with like-minded people, albeit the facts were cooler and the people were even more like-minded.