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Ultrasound, the Heart of my Research: Medical Knowledge
Research had always been a large part of my medical career and as I transitioned into the clinical setting, that practice only continued to grow. In many ways, I was fortune in finding such a great project and mentor with Dr. Bahner. I was able to de (More)
Medical Knowledge
It has been really exciting to use all the fundamental knowledge I learned in first and second year throughout my clinical year. During my first two years of medical school, I became pretty comfortable studying for exams and relying on tests for grad (More)
Learning Ultrasound
2.4 Understand the indications, contraindications, and potential complications of common clinical procedures and perform the basic clinical procedures expected of a new PGY-1.   One of the first student organizations I got involved in in m (More)
Thank you, Peds
Throughout my third year, I've found that my skills of communication have existed in two separate spheres when I'm in the hospital. On one end is my ability to understand and communicate medical knowledge to the rest of the team. I've become adept at (More)
Medical Knowledge and Skills
CEO: Understand the indications, contraindications and potential complications of common clinical  presentations and procedures and perform the basic clinical procedures expercted of a new PGY-1. As a non-traditional student I entered medical scho (More)
Medical Knowledge and Skill
“Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence.” Abigail Adams As I reflect on the past four years of medical school, I am truly amazed at the knowledge and skills I’ve gained throughout my clinical rotation (More)
Medical Knowledge & Skills
“Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence.” Abigail Adams As I reflect on the past four years of medical school, I am truly amazed at the knowledge and skills I’ve gained throughout my clinical rotation (More)
Manuscript publications during M3 and M4 years
Over the M3 and M4 years, I have been fortunate enough to have published 3 first-author manuscripts from my PhD projects, all of which are on pathophysiological mechanism of heart failure using intact human myocardium. As I look back, it took many ho (More)
Overcomer
For over 48 hours we pondered our fates. During this time my emotions were raging from extreme elation from being finished with my first medical school exam to despair because in all honesty, I thought I'd failed. I had studied so hard to the poin (More)
Teaching to Enhance Medical Knowledge and Skills
Learning in medical school is said to be like drinking from a fire hose; you are constantly bombarded with new information and you have to retain as much as you can. And then once you’ve learned so much about the human body you find yourself discussi (More)
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