On the medical school interview it is key to make a great first impression. It is therefore imperative that you look the part. In the first of our two-part series, UCSD’s Meghana Pagadala breaks down what women should know about dressing for the medical school interview.
One of the beauties of medical school is the great breadth of learning. With so many possible fields, how does one choose their residency specialty? In this post Dr. Petey Kass, third-year psychiatry resident at UC San Francisco, provides his advice on how to navigate this difficult process.
Medicine offers a broad range of experiences that bring both joy and sorrow. Being a physician is a tremendously unique opportunity to share these experiences with your patients. In this post, I give you an inside look into some of the life and death encounters of the ICU.
In this post, Dr. Amit Pandey shares some of his thoughts on the what, the when, and the how to tackle the USMLE Step 3
Nikhil Agrawal, MD, a current plastic surgery resident at Baylor College of Medicine, sheds light on the many misconceptions of Couples Matching.
Through this true story I explore how maintaining the right perspective can restore positivity to your daily pursuits.
Performing at your best on medical school and residency interviews is a must. The last thing you want to do is forget your suit, dress shoes, or any other essential item. Here I review how to pack efficiently and effectively so you can perform your best at your interview.