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Northern Kentucky Medical Society provides fees for ten pre-medical students at TMU, NKU

The Northern Kentucky Medical Society (“NKMS”) has reimbursed pre-medical students at Thomas More University and Northern Kentucky University for a portion of the costs associated with the Medical College Admission Test (“MCAT”) fees.

Northern Kentucky University: Dr. Erin Strome (Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences), Logan Wagner (student), Dr. Mark A. Boyd (President, NKMS), Ariel Porter (student), Dr. Patrick Schultheis (Department Chair and Professor, Department of Biological Sciences), (Students not shown: Allison Anstead, Victoria Bischoff, Rachel Conaway, Kyler Dalton, Kayla Hayes, Katelyn Helton, Hannah Istre, and William Renzenbrink).

According to Mark A. Boyd, M.D., President of the NKMS, “Last year was the first year the NKMS provided the reimbursement and it was greatly appreciated by the students. We believe the reimbursement met our goal of encouraging students in our community who are considering a career in medicine. Therefore, we decided to continue the reimbursement this year. It is our pleasure to help offset part of the cost of the MCAT fees for these students.”

Ten students from Northern Kentucky University and three students from Thomas More College received the reimbursement.

To learn more about the NKMS, please visit the website.

The mission of the Northern Kentucky Medical Society is to bring together the physicians of Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties by providing the professional and social networking base that promotes advocacy, leadership, and service in the practice of medicine.

Thomas More College: Dr. Mark A. Boyd (President, NKMS), Kathleen Geiger (student), Morgan Bahnsen (student), Dr. James Schack (Board Member at Large, NKMS), K. Siobhan Barone, PhD (Professor, Department of Biological Sciences), Dr. Shannon Galbraith-Kent (Professor and Chairperson of Biological Sciences), (Students not shown: Kasey Niesen).

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