Learn to HEAL through Education and Presentation

  • Program Dates

    Dec 29, 2021 12:00 6:00 pm EST

    Jan 5, 2022 12:00-6:00 pm EST

    Jan 12, 2022 7:00-9:00 pm EST

  • Eligibility

    Undergraduate students and graduates who have not yet started their med school application cycle.

  • Registration Deadline

    Last day to register for this course designed with your winter break in mind.

    December 28, 2021

Learn to HEAL


An in-depth study of clinical presentations, med school application mentoring, with student team ups to prepare and present your own clinical case alongside mentoring doctors.

  • Purchase the entire Intensive for $499 - an amazing price!

  • Receive a total of 50 clinical shadowing hours upon the completion of the full Intensive.

  • Three Anytime Courses are included!

  • All clinical classes are led by fully qualified MDs.

  • Designed for your winter break with two-6 hour days and one-2 hour evening.

  • Need help with Med School applications? Special mentoring sessions will be presented.

  • Immersive, Interactive, Informative

Meet the Instructors


I’m an Osteopathic Family Medicine Physician in Kentucky. I have a special interest in international medicine, lifestyle management, and Osteopathic Manipulation. I have been mentoring undergraduates on their journey to medical school since I was a 2nd year when I became a TA in the Osteopathic Manipulation Lab. I also gave regular didactics to pre-health groups at my alma mater the University of Central Florida. I continue to mentor pre-health undergraduates as well as medical students and look forward to working with more!

Janet’s advising career in Ithaca, NY has involved work as a learning strategies counselor, admissions officer at a university, teacher of college success courses, college success counselor, writer of committee letters for students applying to medical school, and chief advisor at an Ivy League university that sends over 250 applicants to medical school each year. She has advised students on every aspect of the medical and dental admissions cycle.

Dr. Anthony Cimmino, was born in Nashville Tennessee, and is a native New Yorker. He is a graduate of Ramapo College of New Jersey and obtained his medical degree from Trinity School of Medicine in 2020. He is currently studying for his USMLE Step 3 board examination and applying to residency programs.

Dr. Elizabeth Walters, is originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, and currently resides in New York. She received her medical degree from Trinity School of Medicine in 2020. Presently, she is studying for her USMLE Step 3 board examination and applying to residency programs. 



Crisanta Simon is a recent medical school graduate from UMHS in St.Kitts and Nevis. She is originally from Toronto, Ontario where she did her undergraduate degree in Bio-Medical Sciences at the University of Guelph. While Crisanta was in medical school she was a teaching assistant for microbiology, genetics and human anatomy dissection lab.