The Washington College Pre-Health Professions Programs are designed to help prepare students for the next steps in their health professions education by helping to explore students’ interest in the health professions, ensuring students are taking the necessary prerequisite courses for health professions schools and programs, and guiding them through the application process. Phil Ticknor, Coordinator of Pre-Health Professions Programs, works with our faculty program advisors to provide programming and information for students interested in the health professions and connect our students with alumni in the field.
Please send your email address to Phil Ticknor, Coordinator of Pre-Health Professions Programs, at email@example.com to receive an invitation to be added to the Pre-Health Professions Programs Canvas advising site and to be added to the appropriate Pre-Health Professions Program email list(s).
Premedical (Medicine, Dentistry, Optometry, Podiatry): Dr. Elizabeth “Libby” Yost, Chair and Director
Pre-Nursing: Dr. Tia Murphy, Program Advisor
Pre-Pharmacy: Dr. Martin Connaugton, Program Advisor
Pre-Allied Health (other human health professions requiring additional schooling – e.g. Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, etc): Dr. Aaron Krochmal, Program Advisor
Pre-Veterinary: Dr. Elizabeth “Libby” Yost,, Program Advisor
Students with an interest in becoming veterinarians will be served a specialized advising program. Pre-Veterinary students are currently served by the Premedical Program. Washington College’s location affords pre-veterinary students potential hands-on experience with a wide range of animals.
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