With a two-month summer break, I had the chance to close my medical school textbooks and read for leisure. While I initially experienced a Pavlovian… Read More »Building the Bridge from Medicine 2.0 to Medicine 3.0
The history of cannabis use likely traces back to Asia as early as 500 BC. The plant’s purpose then was medicinal, but there are reports… Read More »‘This Is Your Brain on Drugs’ — Well, on Marijuana at Least
There’s been a huge amount of news lately about large language models, such as ChatGPT, and how they may impact medicine. From passing licensing exams… Read More »ChatGPT in Medicine, Part 1 — Learning About the Differential Diagnosis
Photo courtesy of the author. What is better than a good work-out at the end of a long day of working or studying? A good… Read More »Spring into Fitness: The Annual JHUSOM Virtual Fitness Challenge
Photos courtesy of the author. The transformative power of a mentor’s guidance and support — its impact on both personal and professional growth — is… Read More »Guiding Beacons: Four Surgeons Who Sculpted My Path
Photo courtesy of the author. Spring has sprung in Baltimore! Like many scientists, my days are spent sitting in dark, windowless rooms so that the… Read More »Celebrating Spring with Day Hikes Near Baltimore
Photos courtesy of the author. One of the most beautiful parts of spring here in the mid-Atlantic is the return of the cherry blossoms. In… Read More »Make Time to Stop and Smell the Flowers: Cherry Blossoms in Baltimore and D.C.