CPM Pre-med of the Month

Being a "pre-medical" student is full of hard work, dedication, and sacrifice.  The members and leadership of the WSU Campuswide Pre-medical Mentoring (CPM) Program would like to celebrate your achievements for keeping your determination in working toward your ultimate goal of becoming a doctor.  We believe it is important to recognize the drive and stories of our future physicians.  If you know a CPM pre-med student that should be nominated for "CPM Pre-med of the Month," please consider filling out the form below.

If chosen, students will be featured on the CPM website, Facebook, and Twitter platforms, as well as giving them an additional achievement to add to their CV.

Please feel free to nominate yourself, as long as it done only once.

CPM Pre-med of the Month Nomination Form


Meet the CPM Pre-Med of the Month

Picture of the Pre-Med of the Month

Congratulations to the November Pre-Med of the Month: Isidora Sekaric

Isidora is a student, majoring in Chemistry and minoring in Biological Sciences.  Isidora is very active within Wayne State and her community, as a member of the WSU Swim and Dive team. She is also the social media manager of WSU Elevate Women and help the Common Threads organization crochet plastic bags at Wayne State's Medical School. Her love for chemistry has led her to conduct research under Dr. Rabuffetti in the WSU Chemistry building where "I work with inorganic compounds and their luminescence". Additionally through Wayne State, she works as a summer orientation leader, where she gets to welcome new students to Wayne State. Outside of school, she also volunteers at the Michigan Humane society, where she helps walk and provide care to the animals. When asked about why she would like to go to medical school, Isidora was quoted: "I have always been interested in science and learning how the human body functions. This is what made a chemistry major and biology minor the perfect fit for me in my undergraduate career. I want to use my knowledge to help people and make an impact in as many lives as possible."

Learn some more fun facts about Isidora below:

-If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance at winning a medal for?

If eating oatmeal was an Olympic sport, I am confident I could win a medal.

-Is there a job, other than becoming a physician, that you think you would be really good at?

I believe I would have made a very good engineer since I have always been quite strong in math.

-What do you wish you knew more about?

I wish I knew more about tradition Serbian cooking, as my parents lived there until moving to Canada in 1997.

-If you didn't have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?

If I did not have to sleep, I would use the spare time to watch anime, since I do not get to with my busy day schedule.

-Where is the most interesting place you have ever been?

So far, the most interesting place I have ever been is Taiwan. It is so unique and different from everywhere else I have traveled.