Well, I'm a high school senior, recently accepted to colleges(Georgetown, Cornell, Penn State, SUNY Binghamton). I will be a pre-med at Cornell, and I have begun thinking about medical schools that I would like to apply to, and the one that I would consider my "top" choice, at least at the moment. I have found that Penn Med School is my top choice as of now. Firstly, I've heard that it has a very strong Department of Radiology, which is what I'm currently looking into. Also, I like the fact that it is a part of the Penn campus at large, not isolated on a separate campus, as in other schools. I guess I like that b/c I've always loved the Penn campus, and I was denied from Penn, lol, so it would be an opportunity to experience the Penn academic and social environment. What are your takes on Penn Medical School, specifically in terms of radiology, and what I would need to have to stand out when applying. I will be a psychology major, as well as taking the pre-med courses. Another important reason why I like Penn is b/c of the combined MD/MBA program. I've always had an interest in business, and would be interested in pursuing an MBA at Wharton. What is the primary purpose of having both an MD and MBA? What would be the benefit to a Radiologist to have an MBA? Is there a relation to health care management? Private practices? Would that help if I wanted to start an open-mri or other facilities? I'm really interested in an MBA as well as an MD, and would like any opinions on the matter, as well as suggestions of books/sites to read about med school, business school, and about doctors with MBAs. Thanks.