It’s simple: we were founded with the sole mission to help premedical students achieve their goals through the best possible advice. We believe that takes the best possible advisors, no shortcuts.

Our promise to you is our unwavering commitment.  We hate seeing students receive ill-informed advice. At AcceptMed, we keep our team small to help every applicant working with us get the individual attention they need.


Meet our admissions experts below.  We know, they’re impressive.


Brad graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Medical School in 2018. During his time at Harvard, Brad served as Class President, was a member of the admissions committee for two years, and completed a master’s degree in Bioethics. Previously he attended the University of California, San Diego where he received his BA in Philosophy and BS in Physiology/Neuroscience. He is currently a Resident in Pediatric Neurology at Stanford. He has been a FASPE Fellow (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) and a Student Fellow at the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School.


Ryan graduated summa cum laude from New York University on a prestigious scholarship where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa as a junior. As an undergraduate, he had extensive tutoring, mentoring, and teaching experience.  

He graduated from the dual MD/MBA program at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School.  During his time in medical school, he served as a private admissions advisor for many prospective medical students and prospective MBA students.  This past spring, Ryan matched at his top-choice program - UCLA’s Dermatology program and will be returning back to the west coast after a decade out east.


Zujaja graduated summa cum laude from Macaulay Honors College at City University of New  York where she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa as a junior. She subsequently won a prestigious Rhodes Scholarship that took her to University of Oxford where she received a doctorate in history. She graduated in 2018 from Harvard Medical School where she received merit scholarships for her academic performance. Zujaja is a resident in ophthalmology at the University of Pennsylvania - Scheie Eye Institute. During her time in medical school and grad school, she has served as an admissions advisor to prospective applicants to medical school, grad school, and for competitive international fellowships. She enjoys helping students discover their voice and applicant story to help them get into the school of their choice.


Originally from Oregon, she graduated cum laude from the University of Portland where she received a BS in Biochemistry, a BA in Spanish, and played Division I golf. After graduation, she moved to Warsaw, Poland as a US Student Fulbright Grantee in Medicine Sciences where she studied pediatric rheumatological diseases at the University of Warsaw. On returning to the US, she was awarded a Intramural Research Training Award at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and worked at the main NIH campus and at Johns Hopkins studying infectious diseases. She then began her MD at Harvard Medical School.  While at Harvard, she also received an Masters in Public Health from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health with a concentration in Global Health and sub-concentration in Humanitarian Studies, Ethics, and Human Rights. She is completing her residency back home on the West Coast in Emergency Medicine at UCLA Ronald Reagan/Olive View.


Allison grew up in San Diego, CA before moving out east to go to MIT. There she majored in Course 9 (aka Brain and Cognitive Science) and spent her time in a synthetic neurobiology lab working on research in optogenetics. She subsequently went to Harvard Medical School, where she served on the admissions committee.  There she worked in a melanocyte biology lab and received grants from both the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the American Skin Association. She’s now back in Southern California doing her dermatology residency. In her free time she likes exploring nature, boxing, playing with her cats, and going to techno shows.


Michal graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University with a B.A. in Human Biology and a minor in Iberian and Latin American Cultures. After college, Michal worked in health policy in Washington, D.C., first tracking Affordable Care Act implementation on a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and next dong HIV/AIDS policy research and writing at the Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR). She attended Harvard Medical School and also pursued a Masters in Public Health (Health Policy concentration) from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, supported by the Primary Care Masters Scholarship. At Harvard Medical School, Michal served on the admissions committee, led the queer student groups at both the medical school and the school of public health, and held multiple leadership positions at one of the medical school student-run clinics. She is passionate about mental health policy, as well as LGBTQ health. She decided to stay in Boston for psychiatry residency, and is training at the Harvard Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean Hospital program. In her free time, she practices yoga and goes on runs with her dog.


Amir received his high school diploma, magna cum laude, from The Roxbury Latin School, the oldest school in continuous existence in North America. He received his B.S. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, with Distinction in the Major, from Yale College. He received a Post-Baccalaureate Cancer Research Training Award from the National Cancer Institute and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Medical Research Fellowship. In addition to patient care, his most meaningful medical school experiences have included advising premedical students, both formally and informally. He has been lucky to have wonderful mentors and advisors throughout his education and he aims to pay that forward. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Medical School and is pursuing a residency in internal medicine at the Osler Medical Housestaff Training Program of the Johns Hopkins Hospital.


Born and raised in Zimbabwe, Fallon moved to the United States to attend Hamilton College where she double majored in Economics and Biochemistry/Molecular Biology.  In college, she received multiple merit-based awards, including grants to fund international projects and microfinance-based services. She then graduated magna cum laude and went on to work in investment management with BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, in New York City. After working in finance, she moved to Boston and graduated from Harvard Medical School in 2016 where she received two merit-based scholarships, several community service awards and the 2016 Massachusetts Medical Society Scholarship awarded to 16 medical students graduating from all four medical schools in the state.

As a current resident in the Harvard Combined Radiation Oncology Residency Program (HROP), Fallon conducts clinical research on various cancers, serves on the residency selection committee, co-founded the HROP Women’s Initiative and recently completed the Value-Based Health Delivery course at Harvard Business School. She has extensive experience in advising applicants from all backgrounds, including nontraditional candidates, URMs, and those with an international background. In her spare time, Fallon enjoys running, playing squash, trying new recipes and above everything else, she loves being a mother.