Archive of ‘Intern year’ category

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Hospital Dermatology: Skin Conditions seen as a Consultant

Hospital dermatology is very different from what we see in clinic, and this week marks the end of my last weeknight /weekend call, hooray! For the nonmedical folk, “call” means we are on call as a consultant for any skin-related issues that arise in emergency room (ER) or hospitalized patients. For one calendar year we as […] Read more…

National Psoriasis Foundation Resident Meeting

National Psoriasis Foundation Resident’s Meeting

This past weekend I was in Philly attending the annual Resident’s Meeting with the National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF), a non profit organization whose mission is to “drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected.” I haven’t been to any resident specific conferences before, so I didn’t know what to expect, but […] Read more…

Choosing a medical residency

Choosing a Medical Residency Program

It’s August and that means a) the summer is passing by way too quickly and b) it’s getting to that time of residency program applications again! For my friends out there who are in medicine, I know what you’re going through, and I’ve put together a bunch of #PathtoMD posts to help you out along the […] Read more…

Residency Program Rankings 2016

Doximity Residency Rankings 2016-2017

For the NEWEST residency rankings 2017-2018, please click HERE. Doximity’s 2016-2017 residency program rankings have just been released, hot off the press! I compiled a list of the top 10 programs for each specialty based off a methodology taking into account multiple factors. You can filter the rankings to search by reputation, research output, size of […] Read more…

Dr. Shoa Clarke

Physician Spotlight: Dr. Shoa Clarke, MD PhD

My dear friends, you are in for a treat today. Today I’m spotlighting one of my close friends from Stanford Medical School who is always astounding me with his neverending talents. Dr. Clarke is as passionate about research as he is about medicine, and he is training to see BOTH adults and children with a […] Read more…

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