The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is well known to premedical students. Founded in 1876, the AAMC — comprised of all 151 accredited U.S.… Read More »The Organization of Student Representatives: A Student Government of Medical Education
Pranjal Bodh Gupta is a second-year medical student who arrived at Johns Hopkins from Vanderbilt University where, over the course of four years, he danced in numerous cultural showcases. Throughout these shows, he learned various routines, including a Japanese fisherman dance (“Soran Bushi”), Indian Bollywood dance, Korean pop, Japanese drumming dance (taiko) and Indian Bhangra. As a side hobby, Pranjal made short films and majored in chemical engineering. His latest adventure includes learning medicine and trying to gain social media fame.
Aloha! Being a medical student has its perks. Over the past semester, my medical school experiences have taken me across the country. I’ve traveled to… Read More »Students Impact AMA’s National Health Policy
New therapies to treat metastatic breast cancer may lie within one of the most commonly used agents in health care across the world: antibiotics. Sonal Chaudhari,… Read More »Everyday Antibiotics May Reveal New Therapies to Treat Your Breast Cancer
We live in a tumultuous time for politics across the country. Although our country may remain divided on key issues, we can all agree that… Read More »Bringing Medicine to Politics: MedChi and Beyond
The concept of bloodless medicine first arose in the 1970s, when Denton Cooley, the legendary Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine alumnus and cardiac surgeon,… Read More »Changing the Game: Bloodless Medicine and Surgery
The power of photons is amazing. In fact, every day, photons are trapped with sensors and converted to matrices of millions of numbers. By rearranging… Read More »Discovering Medicine Through Filmmaking