Naomi Condado-Amador

Naomi Condado-Amador

Naomi Condado-Amador

Neuroscience / Baltimore, MD

What made you decide to enroll at the University of Maryland?
I decided to enroll at the University of Maryland because of the rigorous academic setting it is able to provide to students interested in distinct major/minors. Furthermore, as a student interested in the medical field, I look forward to being able to participate in academic opportunities on and off campus.


What major/career path do you plan on pursuing and how did you select that path?
I plan to take courses to major in Neuroscience. As a person intrigued by the complexity and diverse characteristics that involve the brain, I strive to build an understanding of the biological perspective and beyond.


Activities I do outside of class or community service/volunteer activities I'm involved with:
As a freshman at the University of Maryland, I look forward to attending the First Look Fair, to get a better perspective of the diverse clubs and internships, that mold into my academic interest and personal interest.


Which programs are you enrolled in, and what have you gained from your experience in them thus far?
As a freshman at the University of Maryland, I am currently not part of a Living and Learning Program. However, as a scholar of the Maryland Promise Program, I strive to build different leadership skills such as communication and professionalism, along with strengthening any existing skills.


Aside from academics, what else do you hope to take away from your time at Maryland?
What I strive to gain and take away from my time at the University of Maryland is the ability to not only be able to be part of a community but also be able to share any existing or past experience with the community that surrounds me.


What are your future goals after graduation?
I look forward to being prepared to attend a medical school that best fits me, with the academic growth gained at the University of Maryland. Beyond medical school, I see myself in 10 to 15 years as a neurosurgeon, working to provide community outreach by sharing my knowledge gained throughout my path in becoming a neurosurgeon.

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