For a person who hates mornings and switches into night shift without issues, nights are a blessing. Typical night shifts as a resident on general… Read More »A Day in the Life of an Internal Medicine Resident on Night Shifts
Like most front-line health care workers, resident Mark Lieber is now fully vaccinated against COVID-19. He discusses why he’s still wearing a mask.
For most trainees in the medical field, there are “firsts” that we will likely never forget. Some of these — hopefully most of these — are memorable in a good way. But there are some we dread.
Mark Lieber, M.D., is a first-year internal medicine resident physician at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He wrote about his experience starting his medical residency during coronavirus in an article for CNN.
With students participating in postdoctoral or Ph.D. research within our school of medicine, Johns Hopkins boasts top-notch, research-oriented veterinary residency programs in both veterinary pathology and laboratory animal training.
Every summer, a fresh crop of physicians enters the workforce. Overnight, trainees begin new roles and take on new responsibilities. You could imagine that we… Read More »Summer Transitions: Learnings from Residency
For fourth-year medical students across the country, the end of January means the culmination of months of struggling to keep suits unwrinkled, waiting at airport… Read More »Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match
Biomedical Odyssey bloggers past and present share their experiences and offer advice to prospective residents and fellows. Here are a few of our favorites: Applying… Read More »Speaking From Experience: Advice For Residents and Fellows