SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I majored in Comparative Religion in undergrad, but minored in Chem and Bio. My GPA is 3.85 in both the sciences and general, and my MCAT was a 35. I did research with a chem prof of mine, and I have about 6 poster presentations at different conferences, (One of which was at a National ACS conference.) Paper is going to be published this summer in either Macromolecules or Bio-macromolecules. I am the first author on the paper. The research concerned protein hydrogels. We developed a novel protein that has unique a hydrolysis reaction, which we had to develop a model for to describe (Didn't follow MichaelisMenten Kinetics) Does this kind of research make me eligible at a MD/PhD program since I didn't major in science in college. I don't want to do a hardcore science PhD, many schools offer a social science track. I would like to get a PhD in psychology (I want to do neurology, so maybe a neuropsych degree.) What do you guys think?