Tips for Mastering Anatomy

Human gross anatomy is one of the first major rites of passage that medical students undergo on the way to becoming physicians. I won’t talk much about the emotional experience of it here, but let me just say that it

Posted in Medical School

A useful resource for M3/M4!

Ever get frustrated with poor teachers? Dustyn Williams did during his time in medical school, so he combined his frustration with his passion for teaching to make a resource to help students survive the clinical years. I had the opportunity to

Posted in Medical School

Fitting in a week in DC

[Insert usual “sorry I haven’t written in a while” statement here. #mdphdproblems] As a MD/PhD student, I consider myself a master at fitting as many things into my schedule as possible. This week is no different. It is the final

Posted in Involvement, Medical School

I’m now a Master

So, in my little absence from blogging, I went out and got my masters degree. Cool, right? While I was officially notified that I would be awarded my degree in May and technically “graduated” in August, I didn’t get this

Posted in Graduate School


If you follow me on instagram and/or twitter, you may know that just over a month ago, I adopted a sweet little 1 year old cat from the Humane Society. Since then, I’ve been 1) too busy playing with her and

Posted in Graduate School, Life, Medical School

What’s a PhD to do these days?

This may be of interest to those interested in the PhD route! Source:

Posted in Graduate School
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