How To Become A Teacher In A US Medical School, As An IMG.
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    How To Become A Teacher In A US Medical School, As An IMG.

    Hello guys. It's been a long time since I last posted here. Just to give you a brief update, I have completed my medical degree(MBBS) from Pakistan.
    What I have found out about myself is that I like to teach, and I am obviously interested in medicine, so I am thinking along the lines of teaching in medical school. Obviously, not everyone ends up practicing medicine when they complete their medical degree.
    So I would like to ask you guys if it is possible for an International Medical Graduate to start teaching in a medical school in the US? I have searched on google but I havent been able to find a lot of information. If so, what is the route of doing so?
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    First thing is to do USMLE and get into a US residency. Did you get any US hands-on clinical experience during your MBBS? If not, you might also want to consider doing a masters/PhD/doing research at a US medical school for a few years to build a network and to get some good publications on your CV.
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