Shruti Anant, an incoming medical student, reflects on finding balance in medical school.
Are Ph.D. candidates students or employees? The answer is a little fuzzy, which makes it difficult to find a work-life balance while pursuing your Ph.D. Here are some thoughts on how we can take back some control.
With gyms closed or at limited capacity, many have shifted their workouts to be at home or outdoors. Medical student Alisha Dziarski discusses workout options that don’t require a gym or equipment.
With labs opening at limited capacity, some researchers are still mainly working from home. Here are some tips to stay on track.
The oral exam. The candidacy exam. The comprehensive exam. There are many names for it, but all pre-doctoral graduate students come to fear it. At… Read More »5 Tips for Preparing for your Ph.D. Candidacy Exam
Andrea Yonge and Ben Janson are Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine trainees who are working to become ophthalmologists, a competitive surgical specialty requiring focus… Read More »Medical Students Reach a Work-Life Balance Through Climbing
I vividly remember one particular week during my medicine subinternship as the Week of the Pancreas. On the wards, I was caring for two patients… Read More »The Week of the Pancreas: Finding a Work-Life Balance
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