Where science, medicine and society collide - and something good comes of the mess.
Monday, January 19, 2009
Next Stop: Rank Lists
Interview season is finally over for me. So I've removed my handy reference of programs and interview dates from the side banner. I still need a convenient link list to organize program websites for the places I've been. Here's a chronological list.
I suppose I could have built a bookmark folder, but this cut-and-paste enables me to check back from any compy... The next deadline is February 25. That's when rank lists are due. We haven't decided if we will publicize our list, but I'm guessing the cards are going to fall close to the electronic chest.
Hope for Pandora is a place for a conversation about science and medicine. This site is one attempt to build a dialogue about science, medicine and society. You'll also find plenty of vignettes about my experiences in graduate school and as a medical student en route to becoming an academic emergency physician. I welcome and appreciate comments.
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I'm an emergency medicine resident at Yale-New Haven Hospital. My academic interests include medical humanities and the social and political influences on science and medicine. At home, I like to garden and tackle do-it-yourself projects.