Make Time for Fitness During Medical School and Beyond

By Gloria Jang Medical school and the road ahead present unique challenges. While most people start medical school with a specific trajectory in mind, some, like me, find that the journey winds in a different direction than planned. Prior to medical school, I was never interested in the gym; I just liked to have a…
By Courtney Wing  Every March, medical students across the nation wake up a little more tachycardic than usual, but this time, it’s not from our energy drinks or an impending nine-hour exam. It’s the day the National Resident Matching Program shares our fate with us. For some of us, the news contains the best words…
From being uncertain about his direction as a fourth-year medical student to earning a top honor from the Society for Pediatric Radiology (SPR), Lane Donnelly, MD, has come a long way. Dr. Donnelly, a longtime SPR volunteer and former ABR trustee, didn’t latch on to radiology until January of his final medical school year. He…
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