By: Leidamarie Tirado-Lee
August 18, 2014
Although I am an avid user of modern technology in all its forms, I have never really considered myself tech savvy. If I could go back and change anything from my undergraduate education, it would be... Read more
By: Khyati Meghani
August 11, 2014
“Hi Miss X, I am Dr. A, how are you today? This is Z; she is a student and is here to shadow me. Would it be okay with you if she stays in the room during our appointment today?” I have been on both... Read more
By: Ben Goodman
July 25, 2014
Yesterday at my summer internship, I had the pleasure of attending a farewell lunch for a senior manager. Memories were being tossed around with varying affectations of amusement, reverence, or... Read more
By: Bethany Hubbard
July 23, 2014
I have a confession. I post way too many pictures of my cat online. People who know me well are all too familiar with my Instagram and Facebook tributes to my feline best friend, known as Kitty. I... Read more
By: Elise Walker
July 22, 2014
Sometimes I dream about apples. Big red sweet apples, small green tart ones…forget visions of sugar plums, a gleaming apple is all it takes to make my mouth water! Yet it has been years since I have... Read more
By: Khyati Meghani
July 22, 2014
Medical students, before commencing their duties as compassionate caregivers, take the Hippocratic oath, promising to always treat the ill to the best of their ability and to make decisions that are... Read more
By: Leidamarie Tirado-Lee
July 16, 2014
When it comes to food, there are two types of people in this world: those who EAT TO LIVE and those who LIVE TO EAT. I, unapologetically, belong to the second group. I am a foodie through and through... Read more
By: Ben Goodman
July 14, 2014
After a whirlwind end to spring term, a jaunt back to the west-coast, and a relocation to Ohio for my summer internship, I’m finally settled enough to blog again. Luckily, I had the perfect... Read more
By: Khyati Meghani
July 9, 2014
“Hypothetically speaking, let’s say you get your genome sequenced and the report says that you have a genetic mutation. What is your interpretation of your report?” Well, if you ask a biologist this... Read more
By: Ethan Coffel
July 1, 2014
Climate change has made the news recently with the announcement that the EPA will require a 30 percent reduction (from 2005 levels) in carbon dioxide emissions from U.S. power plants by 2030. This... Read more