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It’s a Match! Cooper University Healthcare – Internal Medicine Class of 2019

So I know that this post comes a long time after Match Day 2016 over a month ago, but I pretty much celebrated, packed up and went to Guatemala for a month (more on that later).  After a stressful week

Posted in Cooper University Healthcare, Residency, Travel

Interviews, Electives, and Appointments, oh my! Welcome 2016!

Well I said “later this month” about 7 months ago, as usual. I have been all over the Philadelphia metro area the past several months. I started out by doing a Sub-Internship with my home school at Kennedy Memorial Hospital.

Posted in Uncategorized

Another Year Another COMLEX

So I’m in the throes of studying, this time I’m spending more time in Philadelphia instead of the library.  It’s amazing what access to caffeine all day can do for productivity, and also unfortunately for a sleep schedule.  I’ve been

Posted in Boards

Baltimore, Seattle, Philadelphia, Raleigh

I promised this update back a few months ago, but I’ve been a little forgetful since then with regards to my blogging responsibility.  Because as much as I know nobody’s reading this but me currently, maybe one day…   October

Posted in cosgp, OMED, Travel

A Single Accreditation, House of Delegates, and Some Catching Up!

Oh wow I came on here to post a little about the conferences I attended this fall, but found out I never posted anything from the end of the summer!  What an enormous oversight, as quite a lot happened around

Posted in AOA, cosgp, Travel

Student Government Vice President, Passing the Boards, and A Short Vacation

It’s been a long while since I last wrote anything here, mostly because I was absorbed by that vortex of monomania known as THE BOARDS, so I will tell you all about the things I have been up to since

Posted in AOA, Boards, cosgp, House of Delegates, Travel

Interviewed by The DO for “Schooling premeds on Osteopathic medicine”

Last time I spoke to The DO, they wanted to know my own strategies for networking with physicians and students at conferences and online.  This time, they wanted my on-the-ground appraisal of a project called National ShaDO Week, which I

Posted in SOMA

A New Era & Leaving National SOMA

It’s been a wild ride keeping up with my local chapter as President while also being the National Website Director this past year.  Now, as I pass the baton to a new Director and a new President, both extremely competent,

Posted in House of Delegates, SOMA, Travel

Reorganized Content on

As a part of the ongoing website renovation project for the Student Osteopathic Medical Association, I reorganized content around a more understandable fashion.  A major problem with a lot of IT systems is that they are designed with insiders in

Posted in SOMA, Web Design

I was quoted in The DO for “Networking 101”

A few weeks ago I was approached by a staff writer for The DO, an online publication for Osteopathic Physicians managed by the AOA, and interviewed about how to network in person, at conventions, and over the Internet.  Now, as the

Posted in AOA, OMED