Transitioning to grad school is not like starting over

The first two years of medical school are a veritable hurricane of information. Students spend days memorizing concepts like Charcot’s triad, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and the branches of the brachial plexus, as they accelerate towards a head on collision with Step 1 of the boards. In the aftermath of that event, MSTP students watch as their MD peers enter… Read More Transitioning to grad school is not like starting over