Our medical students, residents, postdocs and fellows have a lot to share — from daily life in the classroom, tips on thriving during residency, new research that is pushing the boundaries of science and patient care, to the best places to grab a bite in Baltimore, they share it here on the blog. If you […]
Why global neurology? In a presentation featured by the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association, Dr. Deanna Saylor addresses the answer to this question and shares her experiences developing neurologic research, care and training in Zambia.
Health care is expensive in the U.S., but why? Medical student Dianela Perdomo discusses how inflation and other factors influence rising costs.
There are a great deal of fun ways to get into the holiday spirit in Baltimore! Read on to learn about some upcoming events, from pop-up holiday markets across the city to the long-awaited return of Hampden’s Miracle on 34th Street.
Read about how the changing seasons can contribute to seasonal affective disorder (SAD). This article contains information about what SAD is and potential treatments for SAD after diagnosis.
For most medical students, human cadaver lab is a unique instruction methodology that allows them to learn from the human body with hands-on experience. This vestige of medical education brings with it the gravity of the sacrifices each donor has made. Read as one first-year medical student explores her thoughts and reactions to the completion of her cadaver lab experience.
A devastating injury followed by subsequent complications — all within his first year of medical training. Nakul Bhardwaj discusses his path and lessons learned in his journey toward recovery and in his role as a concurrent patient and resident physician.