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Guest blog post by Anza Zahid, M.B.B.S. Mentoring is a valuable skill in academic medicine and is essential for guiding and shaping careers of theRead more
“How long have you been doing this for?” I was so conflicted about having to answer this question. I was taking the phlebotomy course, aRead more
By Cynthia Chweya The onset of second year is abrupt and finds many first year students remaining undifferentiated multipotent stem cells at this stage of theirRead more
By Kevin Shim As I sit down to write my thesis I have spent some time thinking about the differences between graduate school and medicalRead more
By Erin Bolen No matter what level of education you are at, the first day of a new school always brings both nerves and ritual.Read more
by Jennifer Dens Higano We recently finished our first full block of medical school! Arriving on the first day was nerve-wracking. Pushing open the doorRead more
This is our final blog post of the year. Please see the editor's note at the end of the post! by Reese Imhof My wifeRead more
by Mitch Obey This entry begins with graduation just a few weeks away, and I cannot help but find myself reflecting upon the journey. TheRead more
by Andrew M. Harrison Does the patient with 11 out of 10 pain deserve empathy? The most contrite answer is probably "every patient deserves empathy".Read more
by Editt Nikoyan There are a lot of amazing opportunities that come with being a Mayo medical student. One of the aspects that has reallyRead more
by Reese Imhof Being married in medical school has its challenges along with its advantages. My wife Nicole and I had our wedding less than aRead more
by Sydney Larkin Greetings! Exhausted, post-anatomy first-year here! I’m here to give you some insight into Anatomy, our block structure, and how most of usRead more
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