As a recent undergraduate student at U-M, Sheena Bahroloomi often found it difficult to keep her grades up due to a combination of factors — including a challenging workload, a lack of confidence in her academic abilities and other personal obligations.

“Even though I always knew that I wanted to be a physician, there were definitely times where I questioned the path that I was on,” said Bahroloomi, a U-M graduate who is now interviewing at medical schools across the country. “In 2013 and 2014 — when I was a freshman and sophomore — my struggles in science classes clouded the clear vision I once had regarding my ambition to become a doctor.”

Fortunately, Michigan Medicine offered Bahroloomi a chance to get where she wanted to be.

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