Raagini Suresh, M.D.
Raagini Suresh, M.D.
Dr. Suresh is a graduate of the UCSF School of Medicine, where she served as a member of the medical school admissions committee. As a committee member, Dr. Suresh reviewed applications and interviewed candidates for the M.D. program. She was also extensively involved in research, and has over 20 peer-reviewed publications.
Using the insights she gained through attaining admission to a top-ranked medical school, Dr. Suresh has guided other applicants to achieve similar success, assisting them with personal statement preparation, application planning, and interview strategy.
Teaching and Mentorship Experience
- Supplemental Instruction leader and tutor at Wayne State University in subjects including cell biology, human physiology, physics, and chemistry.
- Mentee Coordinator for HealthLink at UCSF, supporting high school students from communities underrepresented in the health professions through mentorships, workshops, and hands-on activities.
- Served on UCSF Admissions Committee while in medical school, participating in blinded interviews evaluating applicants before reviewing their admissions materials.
- Edited primary and secondary application materials for medical school applicants and conducted personalized interview practice and feedback.
- M.D. from University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine.
- B.S. in Psychology from Wayne State University. University Honors and Full Ride University Scholarship.
- Cancer researcher at Karmanos Cancer Institute with published original research, review article, and book chapter.
- Discovery to Cure Intern at Yale School of Medicine while an undergraduate student.
- More than fifteen published works in medical school in the field of dermatology, including clinical research, case reports, and review articles.
- Editor-in-Chief curating relevant medical content for patients, reviewing and selecting from thousands of candidate items on a weekly basis.
- Emergency Department medical scribe at a Level 1 trauma center while an undergraduate student.