By Andrew D. Williams, OMS-III, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, COSGP National Diversity Representative
According to all statistics, I am supposed to be a failure in medical school. I am supposed to have earned a low board score. I am supposed to have barely made it through. So, matriculating through medical school means more to me than just getting a doctoral degree. It means being a social change agent, it means being an advocate for more minority representation in the field of medicine, it means one day being a Black doctor in a white coat. As a future physician of color, I will be a role model to so many minority students seeking a career in medicine.
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