MS1

Reflections from my first year of medical school

  • First Year of Medical School in Retrospect

    Now that I’m officially a second year medical student (MS2), I thought it would be nice to reflect on the…

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  • Last Day As An MS1

    Nearly eleven months after beginning orientation at Baylor Med, I’m proud to say that I’ve lived to see my last…

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  • I Miss Anatomy

    Frankly, the joy of discovery in gross anatomy is irreplaceable. Actually seeing peripheral nerves, holding visceral organs, looking inside of…

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  • OSCE Exam

    As part of our training, every health science student has to complete the objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) to assess…

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  • Treating A Loved One

    I’ve discussed this topic with several classmates but am surprised that I’ve never written about it – as a physician,…

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  • Disulfiram

    Sometimes, medical therapy is just funny. Disulfiram, one of the drugs we had to learn for pharmacology months ago, is…

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  • Sleeping Habits

    Most of us are guilty of an interesting paradox – we sleep with the air conditioning on yet like to…

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  • Human Memory

    We’ve all heard stories of seniors showcasing incredible feats of detailed memory recall from their childhood after receiving electroshock therapy.…

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  • Memory Disorder Patient

    Today’s last lecture was a patient presentation by a neurologist from Methodist Hospital. The patient had a memory disorder which…

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  • Admissions Committee

    It just isn’t possible to convey how excited I am to be on Baylor Med’s admissions committee beginning next year.…

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