I am extremely passionate about evolutionary biology, and am equally passionate about medicine; the ways in which the paths of these two subjects cross is what ultimately led to my decision to go pursue a career in medicine. As such, I am always interested in the opinions of others regarding the application of evolutionary biology to a medical student's education. I have had discussions with a few current medical students regarding the topic of including evolutionary biology in the basic sciences of their education, with encouraging results. Of course, the people I spoke to were close friends and they had a collective opinion which is unlikely to be representative of the larger population (of medical students, that is). So, with this in mind, I would like to ask all of you your thoughts on this. What impact do you think such a radical change in medical education would make? I'll leave you with an article written in Stanford Medical Medicine entitled Darwin in medical school, and a quote by Theodosius Dobzhansky: "Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution."