Medical student Sumil Nair shares how music was foundational to his spirit of healing through memories with people, and how it helps facilitate his transition into a career where deep connections are formed every day.
Background music is everywhere. It plays quietly in malls and grocery stores, and loudly at sports events. It is almost ever-present in the TV shows… Read More »Grad Grooves: The Soundtrack of Our Science
Last December, a group of 15 medical students gathered in the lobby of the Sheikh Zayed Tower in The Johns Hopkins Hospital. That evening, the glass-enclosed… Read More »School of Medicine’s Student-Led Group Brings Joy Through Music
Establishing a healthy work-life balance is hard, and ironically, finding ways to squeeze in de-stressing hobbies can be extremely stressful. Over the years, John Froehlig,… Read More »Graduate Student Finds a Harmonious Work-Life Balance with Music
For me, it was Bob Dylan. I was a high school junior, and my sights were set, quite limitedly, on romance, sports and the fretboard… Read More »The Illness Narratives of Kendrick Lamar