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Millie's Guide to Medical Careers (UK v. US)

Millie's Guide to Medical Careers (UK v. US)

Choosing where to study medicine is an important decision at the start of your med student journey.

After all, where you study can determine where you can practice. If you're torn between studying medicine in US or the UK, hear from our panel of industry professionals for their advice!

Meet our panelists

  • Aalap Asurlekar is pursuing a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at University of Dundee (2022). He was also a Tresurer at Dundee University Surgical Society and a Vice President of Sports at University of Dundee. He worked at FIXR, Dundee University Singapore Society, and Singapore Armed Forces. Aalap is based in Dundee, Scotland, United Kingdom.
  • Nicole Ng is pursuing a Doctor of Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine (2023). She is also a Academic Education and Research Director at Asia Pacific American Medical Student Association. She worked at Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Research, Global Brigades, Inc., Global-Aim and Asia Pacific American Health Care at UCLA. Nicole is based in Richmond, Virginia, United States.
  • Willis Wong is pursuing a Doctor of Medicine and Master of Business Administration and Management at Duke University School of Medicine and Fuqua School of Business (2022). He was also a Co-President, Root Causes at Duke University School of Medicine. He worked at Duke University Health System, Duke Division of Community Health's Benefits Enrollment Center and Duke UniversityDepartment of Psychiatry. Willis is based in Durham, North Carolina, United States.
  • Chloe Tytherleigh is pursuing a MBBS Medicine at King's College London (2022). She is also a Tutor providing UCAT, personal statement and interview tuition. She worked at Biomedical Research Nucleus South London and Maudsley. Chloe is based in United Kingdom.