Pfizer Institute awards academic excellence
Eugenia Margarita Ramos Dávila is awarded an Academic Excellence Award by the Pfizer Scientific Institute (ICP).
Eugenia Margarita Ramos Dávila is awarded an Academic Excellence Award by the Pfizer Scientific Institute (ICP) in partnership with the Mexican Association of Medical Schools and Colleges (AMFEM by its acronym in Spanish); a group of 83 students of Medicine in the country received the award.
Six years ago, Eugenia Margarita Ramos Dávila began studying Industrial Engineering in her hometown of Saltillo (Coahuila), a project she dropped after deciding to study at the UANL School of Medicine.
Based on academic achievements, she was nominated by the School of Medicine as a candidate to be awarded with the Academic Excellence Recognition granted by the Pfizer Scientific Institute. The virtual ceremony took place on November 3 from Mexico City, and in which 83 medical students nationwide were awarded.
Commitment, discipline, and vocation.
After analyzing her college options, Eugenia Ramos, 26, decided to enter medical school. In an interview, she admitted being obsessive and apprehensive in her actions and says that this has led her to be disciplined. When she entered the UANL School of Medicine, she recalls that she loved reading and studying, everything seemed very interesting to her.
Eugenia Margarita Ramos was able to complete her Learning service at the Hematology Unit of the University Hospital, where she was able to write scientific articles related to immune thrombocytopenia and leukemias, under the guidance of Dr. José Carlos Jaime.
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