Kika Otiono, a recent graduate of Bachelor of Humanities and Biology, has won the prestigious $15,000 Canadian Medical Association 150th Anniversary Award.
Established in 2017 by The Canadian Medical Association Foundation, the 150th Anniversary Award is awarded to students enrolled in the Michael G Degroote School of Medicine at McMaster University who
demonstrate the values of medical professionalism, including honesty, integrity, respect, responsibility and accountability, commitment to self-improvement and collaboration.
Impressively, Otiono received an offer of admission to the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine at McMaster University in 2018 while she just was a third-year undergraduate student in the Bachelor of Humanities and Biology program at Carleton.
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