Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
MD Admissions

Meet Our Students

The profiles below offer a glimpse into our students’ lives. Take a moment to learn what drew them to Feinberg, what they like most about the curriculum, or what a typical day looks like in the busy life of a medical student.

Roey Hines Fuller

Roey Hines Fuller

Rosemary "Roey" Hines Fuller is an MD, MBA student at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Roey walks us through a typical day during her third year of medical school.
Meet Roey
Tasmeen Hussain

Tasmeen Hussain

“One of the most challenging but also one of the most transformational parts of being in med school is really pushing yourself to the limit in terms of how hard you work and how much you are trying to learn.”

Meet Tasmeen
Chase Anderson

Chase Anderson

“I think showing how much you care about a student and showing you believe in them is something that Feinberg does very well. If you show that you are really skilled, they really let you shine.”

Meet Chase
Anthony Gacita

Anthony Gacita

“Every time I talk to one of my classmates, I’m always blown away by what they are doing outside of class, whether it is an AOSC project or bringing humanitarian aid to another country. It’s amazing to see what everyone can do.”

Meet Anthony
Annette Dekker

Annette Dekker

“I really think Feinberg’s Education Center Medical Home is something I never saw at any other schools when I was looking to apply. It offers the opportunity to work in a clinic for all four years. I’m interested in primary care and continuity of care is something that’s really important to me.”

Meet Annette
Sean Posada

Sean Posada

“I chose Feinberg because of the people. When I was here during Second Look, I liked the amount of diversity and charisma from the students.”

Meet Sean
Joseph DiDomenico

Joseph DiDomenico

“People really enjoy working with the Northwestern Feinberg medical students. They get students involved, see them grow and get inspired. There’s a lot of collaboration here, not just with classmates, but with people that are well above you, treating you like colleagues and that’s a special thing.”

Meet Joseph
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