I realize the immense task this is, of summarizing my experiences as both a husband and father in medical school over the past few months. The implication is that, somehow, I got it right. But, I hope in this short description of the past few months that you could gain insight into the struggles and… Read More MSTP and Marriage: Mission Possible.
How NOT to Pipette As a disclaimer, the information on this website is insufficient training for proper pipetting safety…
7:13 AM I wake up after hitting the snooze on my alarm 3 times. Groggily arising out of bed I immediately creak towards the coffee machine and dump a sizeable mound of fresh grounds into the filter. Time to start another day. 7:37 AM My first cup of coffee is gone so I return to… Read More Day in the Life of a GS-2
During the week of orientation, I definitely learned a lot about the school of medicine, its faculty, and the services that will be available to me if I ever need them, whether I go crazy or somehow forget how to study (psychiatric counseling, tutoring, etc…). I have to admit, a lot of this week has… Read More Medical School Orientation: Learning how to sit, stay, and study.