I am Rao Jayanth Kosagisharaf studying 12th Grade in Balboa Academy High School, Panama City, Panama. Even though I was born in the US, at the end of my dad ‘s stay as a visiting scientist in the United States t, I have been raised. in India . During my 13 years of schooling in India at Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan -- one of the higly prestigious schools in the state. of Karnataka. Since my my childhood, I have had a keen interest in visting with my dad on multiple occasions renowned hospitals such as Apollo, and JSS Medical College, India. I have been highly inspired by two doctors-.Ravi Puranic, my pediatrician who treated all his patients with great care and was always available. Dr. Shama Sunder who treated and performed minor surgeries in his clinic with little or no charge so that even poor people could receive treatment. In 2010, I moved to Panama City, Panama as my dad was invited to head a top research Institute in Panama –INDICAST ( Institute of Scientific Research and High Technical Services). In Panama also I have had an opportunity to interact with many medical doctors and have visited both public and private hospitals .As a part of social work I have worked in nursing homes for the elderly and helped in taking care of the old people. This made me realize that I should study medicine to be able to help the sick and elderly. In summer of 2013, I worked as an Assistant to Dr.MD Ravi, Director of JSS Super Specialty Hospital in Mysore . I entertained the children while they waited to see the doctor and also during the pediatric examination by DR. Ravi. . I was very inspired how the doctor treated all his patients. I also learnt a fascinating technique of plastination. This technique was a mock technique invented by Dr. Shamsunder in India. I leant the techniques of silicon plastination, sheet plastination, and during the winter of 2013, organ plastination. this for publication to Young Scientist Journal, 2015. I was tempted to learn this as I see whole body preservation without formalin. During my summer vacation in2014, I was selected on a very competitive basis for an internship program for 2 months to work as a teen care volunteer at the Methodist Hospital in Houston. During this period I worked in administration, ER, and patient care, I worked with many patients with different needs and I had to deal with them accordingly. This strengthened even more my resolve to study medicine. I like people and want to help them in any way I can. My hobbies are watching anime and reading manga,. I think my stay in both and India have prepared to be able to study in the United Kingdom affiliated medical schools and adapt to new sorroundings easily. I am fully bilingual in Spanish and English. I was most inspired when I met the Nobel Laureate Dr. Ada Yonath in 2011 in Panama and her life story became a role model for me to pursue my dream to become a doctor.