The “last summer” is winding down for us rising M2s, but I think it is safe to say that many of us have really made the most of the past two months. Our classes start up again on August 18, which will be upon us before we know it. My classmates are slowly returning to… Read more >>
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The weather in Ann Arbor these past few weeks has been absolutely lovely. It’s amazing to think about how much we complained (justifiably so) during the long winter, but this weather reminds me of why I love Michigan to begin with. Yesterday was the 10th annual Dean’s Cup golf outing, where faculty and students come… Read more >>
It’s been a wonderful, incredibly busy summer! After my classes ended in early May – and before starting summer research – I went out to California to visit family and to run in The Golden Gate Relay. Seeing family is always fantastic and the relay was a truly epic adventure. The relay course goes along… Read more >>
Hi everyone! Being officially out for summer is a strange feeling — mostly because I am enjoying a brief respite from headphones and streaming lectures. According to our lecture video homepage, there are 481 recorded events for 2013-2014, so I’d say during the M1 year I watched a solid 400-425 from the comfort of my… Read more >>
Hello again and happy spring! As I sit here and write this, I am four hours away from leaving Ann Arbor and boarding a plane for California. I realized that I couldn’t leave without a final blog post, so here it is! The past few months have been some of the best of medical school…. Read more >>
M1 year is over! I can’t believe how quickly this year flew by, especially considering that it was actually quite a long school year. August 4 to May 30… and then suddenly we are M2s! The last sequence of M1 year was Human Growth and Development (HGD), which in many ways was a nice break… Read more >>