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April, 2016

  • 28 April

    Best Books And Question Banks For Anesthesiology

    Studying on my day off

    Just like any speciality in medicine, there are countless resources to learn from. Some are better as primary texts, others as references, and a few are wonderful review books. Here’s my rundown of recommended texts for the field of anesthesiology.

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  • 27 April

    WordPress Plugins Running On – April 2016


    Here’s a rundown of the plugins I currently use on running on WordPress 4.5.1.

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  • 24 April

    San Francisco Match Dual Fellowship Out-Of-Match Process

    Brigham and Women's Hospital

    Similar to the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) match process for residency, the San Francisco Match Program (SF Match) also has a match system for fellowships. Residents rank fellowship programs they interviewed at, and fellowship programs rank all the candidates they chose to interview. Once these lists are submitted by both the …

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  • 23 April

    Ennis Bluebonnet Trail 2016

    Bluebonnet Trail 3

    I spent today (and approximately 480 miles of driving) exploring the famous Bluebonnet Trail in Ennis, Texas. For those who don’t know, the bluebonnet is the state flower for Texas. I’ve lived here my whole life but never had a chance to enjoy this beautiful flower up close. They’re in full …

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  • 18 April

    Houston Flood 2016


    Just under a year ago, Houston experienced several days of downpours resulting in floods all over the city. In the last day, many parts of the city received over a foot of rainfall. The bayous are overfilled, the ground is saturated, and more rain is expected tomorrow. 😯

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  • 15 April

    Dual Fellowship Match! Brigham and Women’s Hospital & Harvard Medical School


    This afternoon while traveling home on the light rail, I received a notification on my smartwatch. An email notification which, for a brief moment, made me freeze. “Congratulations” was the subject line.

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  • 12 April

    Google Pixel C And Android N Developer Preview


    I’ve been using my Google Pixel C running Android N’s developer preview for just over a week, and although there are obviously some glitches here and there, the performance and utility of Android as a tablet OS is finally beginning to shine. Historically, Android hardware has beaten iOS to the …

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