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Stuti Garg

Northwestern University (HPME Program), Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

  • Northwestern University (HPME Program)
  • Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Stuti Garg is a first year student at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and is a part of the Honors Program in Medical Education (HPME) BS/MD program. Stuti has been heavily involved in research and has been published numerous times in top surgery journals, as well as presented at multiple national level conferences. As a senior in college, she was invited to present her articles exploring the outcomes of nerve grafting and nerve transfers at the top plastic surgery conference in the country. Stuti is passionate about the sciences as well as exploring interests outside of medicine. She studied Psychology and Art at Northwestern, has her own streetwear clothing company, and was captain of her dance team.

As a high school senior, Stuti was admitted to Stanford, MIT, Northwestern University’s BS/MD program, and University of Rochester’s BS/MD program. Stuti was actively involved in research as well as student mentorship in high school. She pursued her interests in skin cancer and DNA repair throughout high school which culminated in a 2nd place Grand Award at Intel’s International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). Stuti was also a nationally recognized competitor at art competitions and math competitions as well as founded a program to help middle school students foster their passion for math. Throughout high school, Stuti was involved in hospital volunteering, shadowing, and volunteering in non-profit clinics.

Stuti hopes to share the insights she has gained from her college application experience with her mentees to help them become successful. Stuti enjoys working with passionate, motivated students and providing mentorship for them to achieve their goals of becoming a physician.