Albanian medical resident during a U.S. clinical experience.

Share Your AMO Story: Besmira

  Many prospective AMO visitors want to know how clinical experiences impacted the medical education of those who returned to their home countries after their clinical experience with AMO. Staying in contact with past visitors can be difficult. They often have busy schedules that may include finishing medical school, passing the USMLE, matching into residency, […]

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Indian Medical Student participating in a U.S. clinical experience.

January 2020 Photo and Blog Winner: Onkar

  We are excited to announce the very first winner of our 2020 AMO Photo and Blog Contest. Onkar, a medical student from India, won us over with his post about his first experience with the U.S. healthcare system. Continue reading below to find out more about Onkar’s cardiology clinical experience in New York.   […]

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Chilean medical students with a group of other medical students during a U.S. clinical experience.

Share Your AMO Story: Max

  As another cold spell hits AMO’s Chicago Headquarters, the AMO team is dreaming of warmer weather. We loved Chilean AMO Visitor, Max’s Story about his experience in sunny Tampa. Continue reading below for details on what really stood out during Max’s clinical experience in internal medicine.   Here’s Max’s Story…   New Beginnings   […]

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Indian medical student, Margil, with the supervising physician of his U.S. clinical experience through AMO.

Share Your AMO Story: Margil

  Clinical experiences can be awesome, but you don’t have to take our word for it! Margil, a medical graduate from India, shares it all in his blog post. Although he was initially unsure of whether or not to take a chance and sign up for a U.S. clinical experience with AMO, Margil was pleasantly […]

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Cambodian Medical Student, Darang, in the U.S. for a clinical experience.

December Photo and Blog Contest Winner: Darang

  The last AMO Photo and Blog Contest of 2019 is now closed. This means it is time to announce a winner. Darang, a medical student from Cambodia, participated in a family medicine clinical experience located in California. Her experience was immersive. It allowed her to learn about new cultures, practice her English, and, of […]

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November AMO Photo and Blog Contest Winner: Angelo

  Without further delay, we would like to announce our November 2019 Photo and Blog Contest Winner, Angelo! We loved Angelo’s story about New York’s culture and his decision to not give in to fear when choosing to travel from his home country of Peru to New York for a clinical experience in Plastic Surgery. […]

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Share Your AMO Story: Amal

  New York City is the most populous in the U.S., with just over 8 million inhabitants. During August, Amal, a medical student from Egypt, took part in a clinical experience that allowed her to become one of these 8+ million New Yorkers. For more on what Amal learned, the friends she made, and what […]

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Share Your AMO Story: Krishma

  We are rewinding a bit with this visitor story from September. Krishma, a medical student from Panama, participated in a nephrology clinical experience. She balanced her clinical experience in Houston with evening trips to museums and out for a bite to eat. For suggestions on where to eat in Houston, continue reading Krishma’s story […]

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October AMO Photo and Blog Contest Winner: Janhvi

We are now half-way through November so,  it is time to share the winner of our October AMO Photo and Blog Contest. AMO is excited to announce that Janhvi, a current medical student from India, is our winner! Janhvi took part in an internal medicine clinical experience. Where was the clinical experience located? We will […]

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Share Your AMO Story: Natascha

  The biggest compliment a visitor can give AMO is enrolling in a second clinical experience. It shows that he or she trusts AMO to provide both quantity and quality when it comes to U.S. clinical experiences. Natascha, a medical student from Brazil, is an excellent example of this. Her first experience with AMO was […]

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