Becoming a medical doctor is something I’ve always wanted to do because I feel like it is a rewarding career, and I really enjoy learning about biology/medicine and helping others. Physics and space are also things I love learning about, and becoming a theoretical or astrophysicist is something I am also very interested in. If I was forced to decide, I would choose going to medical school only because I feel the career is more meaningful. Is there any way I could possibly incorporate physics into my life/work if I was a doctor. Radiology is a specialty I heard has physics involved with it, but I’m not too interested in using technology. Also, I don’t think being a radiologist would feel as rewarding as being a surgeon or oncologist because I want to actually be involved with patients and help them directly. So I guess my real question is: can I have physics be a part of my work if I was to be a medical doctor? I know I still have quite a bit of time to decide, but I just want to know all of my future options. I’m thinking about going to university while I am a practicing doctor, but I am assuming this would be very overwhelming. Also, I am aware that I can take physics courses during my undergraduate degree and even major in it and still apply to medical school (which I definitely will be doing), but I also want to take biology and chemistry courses because I am interested by these other sciences as well. I am not sure if there is a way to incorporate all these different areas of science in my future profession, especially if I am able to get accepted into medical school and become a doctor…. so I’m just wondering if you guys/girls could help me solve my little dilemma.