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I’m A Doctor!

In preparation for residency, I went to get my varicella titers drawn yesterday afternoon at the occupational health office. After finishing, the phlebotomist bid farewell with: “Have a great weekend, Doctor Kumar!”

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USMLE Epidemiology and Biostatistics Notes

Epidemiology is a cornerstone for the practice of evidence-based medicine, but for the sake of medical licensing exams, only the very basics are “high yield knowledge.” Rather than having to sift through PowerPoint slides or a textbook, I compiled a one page handout of must-know-facts for the boards while preparing …

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Baylor Med’s Second Look 2013

Second Look weekend has concluded here at Baylor College of Medicine; this marks the end of my time as a student member of the admissions committee. And what a way to go out! This was our biggest Second Look to date, and I had a blast meeting many aspiring medical …

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Last Med School Co-Chair Interview Session

There’s something nostalgic about interviewing future medical students coming from undergraduate college programs, but even more amazing are the high-schoolers applying for Baylor Med’s various post-bac programs. These students are the crème de la crème in terms of SATs, extracurriculars, etc. How can a ~17 year old student plan the …

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