This may seem like a strange sort of topic to bring up, but here goes. . . I am a junior working on my B.S. I happen to know the local pathologist here in my town, and he knows about my interest in medical school. I thought it would be interesting to watch an autopsy, and when I asked, he didn't have any problem with it. I watched my first one a few weeks ago, and recently watched a second and third. I have found them both fascinating and educational. In fact, I really enjoyed it (morbid, eh?). Anyway, he said after I watched a few more, he would let me start assisting (whenever I had time). What I was wondering was do you think this is a worthwhile activity to continue pursuing? Yes, I do enjoy it, but I was thinking more along the lines of the value of this activity in regards to applying to medical school, i.e. would an admission committee think that this was a worthwhile activity? If so, how could I draw attention to it, either in applications or interviews? Obviously, I think it's worthwhile or I wouldn't be doing it, but I just wanted to hear some feedback. Thanks so much.