Zeba arrives as a biology major on the pre-med track.
Impressed by her welcome experience, Zeba decides to join the UC Ambassadors to pass on that comforting feeling to the next incoming class.
Zeba becomes a fellow for the Parlee Center for Science and the Common Good
As an inaugural member, Zeba learns how to think about the connection between science and the humanities, and the impact this connection has on the world.
Zeba performs in-depth research in cardiac function and dysfunction.
With med school within reach, Zeba strengthens her application with summer fellow research and year-long lab research on neurotransmitter release.
Zeba finds inspiration in Applied Ethics coursework and creates major.
Studying alongside a cherished professor, Zeba is further exposed to the critical relationship of humanities and medicine.
Zeba graduates and selects Jefferson Med to pursue her passion.
Attracted to their humanities program and focus on developing well-rounded clinicians, Zeba’s Parlee Center experience was a focal point in the med school interviews.
Her passion for healthcare advocacy & ethics continues to Hershey Medical
In July 2021, following residency in internal medicine, Zeba will pursue a female gastroenterology fellowship, which, in her experience, has been a male dominated specialty.