I am fairly certain that after I complete my undergrad I want to go to medical school. My question is which physics classes are most applicable to a biology/medicine environment. I really enjoy physics and would take all the classes if I could, but I do not have enough time to complete them all so if you could comment on the ones that might be the most useful that would be helpful. Electromagnetic Waves and Optics Advanced Mechanics Solid-State Physics Quantum Mechanics Thermal and Statistical Physics Again I realize that very little that is taught in these classes will have direct applications in biology/medicine, but I feel like there are possibilities in medical imaging, signal transduction, genetic engineering, etc. Also, if there are other opportunities to use physics/biophysics in medicine please let me know.