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A bridge to med school: Success through Jacksonville University’s Master of Science in Medical Science program

When Bobak Tarassoli ‘22 began pursuing his dream of becoming a surgeon, his advisors
encouraged him to continue his studies before applying to medical schools. After researching
his options, he chose Jacksonville University’s Master of Science in Medical Science (MSMS) program.

Jacksonville University’s MSMS program is the result of the partnership with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and provides qualified graduates a path to medical, pharmaceutical and dental
school. Students can choose one of two program delivery methods, both of which offer
the same courses and degree. The full-time, in-person track is a one-year program
that mirrors the first year of LCME-accredited medical school curriculum. The part-time,
online track features the same courses and can be completed in 20 months.

Thanks to his success in the MSMS program, Tarassoli is already one step closer to
achieving his dream of becoming a cardiothoracic or orthopedic surgeon. 

As he wraps his first year at Ponce Health Sciences University School of Medicine
in St. Louis, MO, Tarassoli shared some insight on his personal experience with JU’s
MSMS program and explained why he would not be where he is today without the faculty’s
constant support.

What factors did you consider when choosing the MSMS program?

One of the most important factors that led me to choose Jacksonville University’s
Master of Science in Medical Sciences over other programs was that I was looking for
a program that offered a more personalized experience.

Some programs are huge and have many students in the class, so you don’t get the opportunity
to interact with faculty and staff. My goal and my mission were in tune with what
the program had in mind in terms of preparing students to pursue higher education
in the health sciences field.

Before enrolling in the program, I had the chance to talk in-depth with one of the
advisors, John Chambers. He walked me through the exact process of the program. If
John hadn’t spent 90 minutes on the phone answering every question that I had, I would
not have had the confidence to join the program. By the time I arrived in Jacksonville
and started the program, my transition period wasn’t difficult. Everything went very
smoothly. There was always help available.

Talk a bit about the support MSMS faculty offer to students like you.

Jacksonville University’s MSMS program was more than supportive. I enjoyed interacting
with faculty members and the people running the program, including the Program Director,
Dr. Wayne Mier. He was always available for mentorship.

I remember during the program’s orientation, which was the first time that I was able
to meet Dr. Mier, I was able to speak with him about my aspirations and what I wanted
to get out of the program. He was kind enough to offer advice on what to expect. Right
off the bat, I felt like I had entered a program where I would be more than just a
number. I felt like I belonged there. It felt supportive and gave me the confidence
that I would not be alone in this journey.

During the most rigorous moments of the program and AMCAS [American Medical College
Application Service) application process, I remember being able to step out of the
classroom, walk across the hall to Dr. Mier’s office, knock on his door, and speak
to him. He was always welcoming and willing to give the advice that I needed to succeed.

How did the MSMS program prepare you for medical school?

It prepared me in two aspects. First, it gave me a solid background in my academic
skills. It provided me the opportunity to have a solid foundation and hone my skills
to be able to survive in a very competitive academic environment. Secondly, it gave
me the confidence I needed to begin my journey and assured me that I could be a successful
medical student. Thus far, that has been the case during my first year of medical
school. This program more than prepared me for my journey as a medical student.

As a current medical student, I cannot stress enough how important it is for a student
to have confidence to begin this difficult journey. You won’t gain that confidence
until you’ve been through a similar experience. This program, in particular, is fine-tuned
to resemble what you go through as a first-year medical student. If you go through
this program, you can be assured you have the academic skills and competency for medical

What is one thing you’d like future MSMS students to know?

If you’re interested in pursuing higher education in the health sciences field, and
you’re looking for a program that would prepare you and give you the skills you need
to succeed in those programs, Jacksonville University’s Master of Science in Medical
Sciences program is the perfect program for helping you accomplish that goal.

If you are willing to do the work and put in the effort and time, the school will
provide you with every opportunity that you need to succeed. I am honored to say I
am one of the individuals able to accomplish that dream.

What do you see yourself doing in ten years?

I see myself working as a board-certified surgeon, and I hope that my specialty is
cardiothoracic surgery. I’m confident that I have what it takes to accomplish that



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