The Life Lessons I Learned From Graduating Residency

If you had asked me 15 years ago what I wanted to be ‘when I grow up’, a doctor was definitely not a thought in my mind. I wasn’t bred at a young age to become a Physician by the ancestors that walked … [Read more...]

The White Coat Phenomenon, Doctor in Training

A few weeks ago, a teenager in Florida was busted for donning a white coat and stethoscope, entering a hospital, and fooling physicians and patients alike into believing that he was a doctor. He spent … [Read more...]

Road to Fellowship, What ‘The Match’ Will Bring to the Future Generation of New Doctors

You’ve made it. Four years of college, four years of medical school, and three years (sometimes four or five) of Residency, depending on the specialty you chose. You’ve earned a prestigious … [Read more...]

A Resident Physicians Reflection On The First Year As A Doctor

It’s 8am on a bright Saturday morning. With my yoga mat beneath me in the open, fresh air of the city park, I close my eyes and do my best to strike an impossible pose. Everyone else around me … [Read more...]

Science and Art: How a medical breakthrough makes the news

I am a hybrid of Science and Art.     I am a Resident Physician that enjoys to write ...     Writing for abc News in New York City is an incredible experience. I'm … [Read more...]