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MPPDA Program Spotlights 2: Harvard-Mass Gen, Penn State, Miami, Pittsburg, Rutgers, Case-UH/Rainbow, Puerto Rico, Indiana - Shared screen with speaker view
Ashley Allsbrook, MS-4 CUSOM
16:27
Ashley Allsbrook
Giovana Jaen
16:28
Giovana Jaen, MS4 gjaen2012@health.fau.edu
Anna Berry
16:28
anna.berry@bcm.edu
Megan Harris
16:30
Megan Harris - harrimeg@upstate.edu
Jacki Lineberry, VCOM 4th year
16:31
jferrance@vt.vcom.edu
Sonia Joshi
16:31
Sonia Joshi - sonia.joshi@stonybrookmedicine.edu
Gillian Belnavis
16:32
gillian.belnavis@jhsmiami.org
Jillian Costello
16:32
Jillian Costello, jmcostello@liberty.edu
Julia Black
16:35
Julia Black - Julia.black@duke.edu
Michael Hu, MS4 Miami
16:35
Michael Hu, Michael.hu@med.miami.edu
Kathryn
16:36
Kathryn Davis - davisk13@amc.edu
Simon Ali
16:36
Irfan "Simon" AliI_ali0414@email.campbell.edu
Margaret Kell, NYITCOM
16:36
Margaret Kell - mjohns19@nyit.edu
Kathryn Andrews
16:37
Kathryn.Andrews@osumc.edu
Simin Hossain
16:37
simin.hossain@som.umaryland.edu
Meaghan Roszyk
16:37
Meaghan Roszyk, meaghanro@pcom.edu,
Tripti Nagar
16:38
Tripti Nagar - triptinagar@mail.rossmed.edu
Divya Padmanabhan, OMS-III
16:38
Divya Padmanabhan dpadmanabhan@une.edu
Sofa Kayamali, OMS-IV
16:38
sofiakayamali@my.unthsc.edu
Lizzy Kim, UMN MS4
16:39
Elizabeth Kim: kimx3699@umn.edu
Matthew Alan Durst
16:39
Matthew Durst - mdurst2@uic.edu
Patricia Morrow
16:39
Patricia Morrow - pmorrow@luc.edu
Julia Witowska
16:40
Julia Witowska - jwitowska@luc.edu
Katy Snyder - IUSM MS4
16:40
Katy Snyder - katsnyde@iu.edu
Dominique Cross
16:40
Hi! This is Dominique Cross from PCOM-PA dc147876@pcom.edu
Jennifer Tich
16:41
Jennifer Tich, M4 EVMS, tichjn@evms.edu
Kayla Thomas
16:41
Kayla Thomas, kaylath@pcom.edu
Brittany Brown, CUSOM OMS4
16:41
Brittany Brown; bsbrown0502@email.campbell.edu
Nina Madjer
16:41
Hi! My name is Nina Madjer MS3 from UMHS. My email is nmadjer@umhs-sk.net
Kei Tk
16:41
Kei Takigawa, kei.takigawa@ttuhsc.edu
Jasmine Landry
16:42
landryj1@amc.edu
Hayley Sharma
16:42
sharm549@umn.edu Hayley Sharma
Dekoiya Burton
16:42
Dekoiya Burton-dmburton@utexas.edu
Tiffany Wang
16:42
Tiffany Wang - twang19@pride.hofstra.edu
Edward Corty
16:42
Edward Corty - ewc16@med.fsu.edu
Emilie Tomkinson
16:43
emilietomkinson@mail.rossmed.edu
Pranati Panuganti
16:43
pranati_panuganti@brown.edu
Ammarah Spall
16:43
Ammarah.s.spall@drexel.edu
Neemesh Desai - M4 Rush Medical College
16:43
Neemesh Desai - Neemesh_desai@rush.edu
Joshua L. Morris, MS4, Dell Medical School
16:43
Joshua Morris - Joshua.Morris3@utexas.edu
Christy Tsui - OMSIV
16:44
ctsui@une.edu
Tyler Knapp
16:45
Tyler Knapp tknapp@nyit.edu
Farrah Gaston
16:45
Farrah Gaston, OMS IV at VCOM-Auburn, fgaston@auburn.vcom.edu
Sam Starke
16:46
Samuel Starke, sstarke@wisc.edu
Katya Castillo
16:46
castillo.katerina@mayo.edu
Alfredo Colon
16:46
acolon16@stu.psm.edu
Sam Collins
16:46
Samantha Collins - shc33@duke.edu
Caroline LaFerla
16:47
Caroline LaFerla, CLaferla06350@med.lecom.edu
Emily Leong
16:47
emily.leong@stonybrookmedicine.edu
Lillian
16:47
lnwana2@uic.edu
Karim Abdel Jalil
16:47
Karim Abdel Jalil - kabdeljalil@une.edu
allisonetling
16:47
Allison Etling, fosteraa@iu.edu
murtuzahussain
16:48
Murtuza Hussain info@murtzh.com
Annie Jacobs
16:48
Annie Jacobs, ansjacob@indiana.edu
jenn marsidi
16:48
Jennifer Marsidi - jmarsidi@une.edu
Audra Lane, WVSOM OMS-4
16:48
Audra Lane, alane2@osteo.wvsom.edu
Clare Idehen
16:49
Clare Idehen - Morehouse School of Medicine. cidehen@msm.edu
Elizabeth Hayes
16:49
Good evening everyone! Elizabeth Hayes - Elizabeth.hayes@bison.howard.edu
Ashley Allsbrook, MS-4 CUSOM
16:50
Ashley Allsbrook arallsbrook0525@email.campbell.edu
Alexis
16:53
Alexis Fox - foxalex@upstate.edu
Rachel Zemel
16:54
Rachel Zemel, rzemel@gwu.edu
Brianna Bockman
16:54
Brianna Bockman (MS4- Ross University) briannabockman@mail.rossmed.edu
Rachelle Ann Gonzales
16:54
Rachelle Gonzales gonzlrl@evms.edu
Dana Apkon
16:55
Dana Apkon, dana.apkon@tufts.edu
Dan Lichtenstein
16:55
Daniel Lichtenstein - lichtend@upstate.edu
Brittany
16:55
Brittany Glassberg: Brittany.glassberg@icahn.mssm.edu
Laura Harrison
16:56
Laura Harrison, laura_harrison@brown.edu
Hellen Vasquez
16:59
Hellen Vasquez hellenvasquez@mail.rossmed.edu
Drew Colman
17:00
Drew Colman - dec47@duke.edu
alexandramieczkowski
17:00
Alex Mieczkowski (PD for UPMC) mieczkowskiae@upmc.edu
Carly Feuerstein-Simon, SUNY Upstate
17:00
Carly Feuerstein-Simon, feuerstc@upstate.edu
Aaron Taylor
17:02
Aaron Taylor, OMS-IV, taylorar@acom.edu
Jessica Gonzalez (MS4, FSUCOM)
17:05
Jessica Gonzalez, jmg17c@med.fsu.edu
Lauren Chan
17:05
Lauren Chan: Lauren.Chan@stonybrookmedicine.edu
Abhishek Surampudy, MS4 SKMC
17:05
Abhishek Surampudy Abhishek.Surampudy@jefferson.edu
Claire Garpestad
17:06
Claire Garpestad, cwgarpes@med.umich.edu
Amy Blasini
17:07
Amy Blasini, any@med.umich.edu
Jacob Vaught
17:12
Jacob Vaught, JVaught@vcom.edu
murtuzahussain
17:12
Murtuza Hussain info@murtzh.com
Adaola Onyenaka
17:15
Adaola Onyenaka-adaolao@auamed.net
Taylor Pearl
17:15
Taylor Pearl, taylor.pearl@osumc.edu
Jorge William Rivera
17:15
Jorge Rivera, jriver71@uic.edu
Renata Wettermann
17:16
Renata Wettermann, wetterma@bcm.edu
Hadassa Holzapfel
17:21
Hadassa Holzapfel - holzapfe@post.bgu.ac.il
Grace Ng
17:24
Grace Ng, Grace_Ng@urmc.rochester.edu
Brooke McVaney
17:25
Brooke McVaney bmcvaney@osteo.wvsom.edu
Erica Onwuegbuchu
18:04
Erica Onwuegbuchu- eronwueg@utmb.edu
Adriana Lara
18:04
Adriana Lara Adriana.laramd@gmail.com
Michael
18:37
Michael Gonzalez - mrgonza2@uic.edu
Jared Young
18:38
Jared Young - jared.young.1@louisville.edu
Hayley Severson
18:55
Hayley Severson - hseverson@wisc.edu
John Szymusiak- UPMC Med Peds APD
19:05
John Szymusiak- szymusiakja@upmc.edu
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
19:18
jxt1084@med.miami.edu
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
19:37
Jonathan Tolentino
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
20:12
nathan.stehouwer@uhhospitals.org
Kristin Wong - Rutgers PD
20:52
Kristin Wong, Rutgers PD, kgw22@njms.rutgers.edu, chiefs - medpedschiefs@gmail.com
Allie Dakroub - Pitt APD
21:23
Allie Dakroub -- dakroubah@upmc.edu
Gill Garver
21:48
I got kicked off right when I leaving my email in the chat, so in case it didn’t go through, I’m Gill Garver ggarver@uab.edu
Susan Hata (APD at Mass General)
22:47
Here at MGH I know we speak for all of the programs on the docket when I say that this specialty is a wonderful way to serve the whole age spectrum and really advocate for whole communities. Any of the PDs and APDs and residents on this call would be happy to talk to any of you about whether doing med-peds fits your goals.
RON WILLIAMS-Penn State
30:39
Ron Williams - Penn State Med/Peds Program Director rwilliams@pennstatehealth.psu.edu Website: www.pennstatemedpeds.org
Trisha Josephs
32:44
Trisha Josephs trishajosephs@mail.rossmed.edu
Jean Rodriguez, Chief Resident UPR
33:58
medpedschief.rcm@upr.edu
Max Cruz
35:19
Congrats to all of you!!!
Max Cruz
36:51
Woot woot go Kate!!
Kate Leyens, NMPRA PR secretary
38:17
thanks, Max!
Allie Dakroub - Pitt APD
39:29
UPMC = University of PIttsburgh Medical Center just in case anyone doesn't know that!
John Szymusiak- UPMC Med Peds APD
40:56
Feel free to reach out to any of us with questions about UPMC Med Peds or Med Peds in general. We can't wait to meet you all on the interview trail!
Kristin Wong - Rutgers PD
48:46
Rutgers Med-Peds website: http://njms.rutgers.edu/departments/medicine/med_peds_residency/
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
49:15
Jackson Med-Peds website: https://www.jmhmedpeds.org/
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
49:26
For University of Miami/UM
alexandramieczkowski
52:05
UPMC Med Peds (actively being updated so please check back!) https://residency.dom.pitt.edu/medpeds/
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
52:10
good idea on websites
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
52:11
https://www.uhhospitals.org/medical-education/medicine-medical-education/internal-medicine-pediatrics-residency
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
52:20
my email is nathan.stehouwer@uhhospitals.org
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
52:26
feel free to contact me with any questions
Susan Hata (APD at Mass General)
54:42
So much respect for Puerto Rico Med-Peds!
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
54:44
you all have a really great 4 years ahead of you, wherever you go
Kristin Wong - Rutgers PD
55:15
Med-Peds rocks everywhere!
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
55:32
It’s a great day to be med-peds. #MP4L
Max Cruz
55:54
Med peds for life (#MP4L)
Susan Hata (APD at Mass General)
56:10
One of my favorite things about this specialty is that the med-peds programs around the country really support each other and work together. The collaboration among us as educators reflects the collaborative spirit of the residents that choose our specialty. Everyone is on the same team in training residents to be phenomenal clinicians and advocates.
Allie Dakroub - Pitt APD
56:41
#MP4L
alexandramieczkowski
56:59
#MedPedsRox
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
57:00
Yes! Every med-peds PD loves working with the other med-peds residents and faculty at other institutions! Every program here tonight is awesome!! #MP4L
Max Cruz
58:09
The PDs also love doing karaoke together....
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
58:28
OMG I love karaoke.
Allie Dakroub - Pitt APD
58:41
"Love Shack" ^^^^^^^^^
Jennifer Tich
58:41
Hahaha I love karaoke too!
MGH PD Evangeline Galvez
58:42
Ditto
Allie Dakroub - Pitt APD
58:48
#NailedIt
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
58:58
Dr. Galvez is an amazing singer!
Gill Garver
01:00:23
Reading and hearing all of this comradery and goofiness as a MS4 is so uplifting. Thank you all!
Kristin Wong - Rutgers PD
01:00:37
like my Pheo, we will get you to sing one day Tim!
Max Cruz
01:00:41
Legends!
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:00:53
Everyone has to sing at least one song.
Katy Snyder - IUSM MS4
01:01:05
Can confirm St. Elmo’s is AMAZING
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
01:01:10
and then was admitted to IU?
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:01:12
@JTDagupan
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:01:33
AHAHAHAHA
Jennifer Tich
01:02:10
When’s the next karaoke session?
Michael Hu, MS4 Miami
01:02:18
Why karaoke?
Max Cruz
01:02:19
oh no please ask questions
Tim Brady Indiana University PD
01:02:27
mprp@iu.edu, tbbrady@iu.edu
Dominique Cross
01:02:29
Can each of the programs speak on acceptance of COMLEX in lieu of USMLE?
Hayley Sharma
01:02:33
Can you talk to the culture of each city? thanks 😊
Harrison Luttrell - IU Med Peds
01:02:37
We are all happy to chat with you guys at IU Med Peds. I’m a current PGY3 but not the shrimp record holder. Feel free to reach out! hmluttre@iu.edu @hluttrellMD
Susan Hata (APD at Mass General)
01:02:40
Karaoke definitely not required to do med-peds (From another non-singer)
Nina Madjer
01:02:43
What is the dynamic like between MedPeds residents and the categorical residents?
Elizabeth Hayes - HUCM MS4
01:02:45
Good evening everyone! How are your programs handling/helping current residents who are interested in global health but unable to travel?
Clare Idehen
01:02:57
Hello all! Clare Idehen from Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA here. My question is - How would you describe the patient population your program serves? What are some of the greatest challenges to care for your patients and how is your program’s social mission and resident curriculum structured around helping residents address these issues?
Anu Goel (arg2015@med.cornell.edu)
01:03:14
When programs have tracks such as MedEd or Advocacy, are those tracks we apply into now through ERAS/NRMP, or later once we’re in the program?
Dominique Cross
01:03:50
LOL @ Harry Potter Horcrux!! #ravenclaw
Emilie Tomkinson MS4 Ross university
01:03:59
Thank you all! IMGs wondering ECFMG certification vs eligible requirements for programs (any changes since covid). thanks!
Jennifer Tich
01:04:01
Proud Huffulepuff here!
RM
01:04:14
For the question on COMLEX vs. USMLE, many programs will accept either COMLEX or USMLE. I'd suggest checking each program's website.
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
01:04:16
@Anu - most programs are freely joined after enrolling. None are through ERAS. MedEd has a version which is a shared program between multiple residency programs and is applied to your intern year. There’s a broader MedEd track available to all.
Margaret Kell, NYITCOM
01:04:22
Thank you for the time you have invested in doing this! Do you have any advice for 4th years who are unable to travel to med-peds programs to do a rotation, but have been requested to not do repeats of 3rd year rotations (including peds and IM) on what rotations would be particularly useful in your opinions?
murtuzahussain
01:04:32
How do you feel about someone dual applying if they are not sure they’ll get matched in med peds?
Kai Tucker MS4, MSU
01:04:35
Are there any changes coming to your Med-Peds programs that you are excited about?
Max Cruz
01:04:36
As a rising 4th year I can tell you you become very close with your categoricals. This year really highlights that, starting this week w/all of our "coresidents" graduated feels weird and has led to lots of texts on our categorical groupmes reminiscing and keeping in touch!
Audra Lane, WVSOM OMS-4
01:05:03
What does a typical week or month look like for a med/peds resident at your program?
Pranati Panuganti
01:05:29
Could you describe dedicated learning time for residents at your programs (conferences, trainings, etc.) and any med-peds specific sessions?
Simon Ali
01:05:45
What are program-specific plans for pre-interview dinners and how you might help the applicants get a feel for the cities?
Giovana Jaen
01:06:22
Thank you so much for the session! It seems racial justice/social determinants of health is a common theme among many of these programs, can you speak more to the opportunities residents have to engage in these kinds of initiatives?
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
01:06:32
we have weekly Med-Peds conference, including a monthly Med-Peds Grand Rounds to which IM and Peds are both invited as well. We also have numerous gatherings outside of the hospital - including gatherings together with the other Case Med-Peds program (who, sadly, it turns out are better at bowling than we are.)
Tim Brady Indiana University PD
01:07:16
Dual applying is fine. Often I assume you have a very good reason for doing so and it's about you, after all
Brittany Brown, CUSOM OMS4
01:07:17
Many programs speak to community efforts, is there a specific community initiative associated with your program?
Adaola Onyenaka
01:07:42
Good evening and thank you for meeting with all of us today! For the current PDs, could you please speak on any recent actions your program has taken to support your residents and patient community in light of the recent social justice movements?
Sofa Kayamali, OMS-IV
01:07:53
With a lot of our in-person rotations being cancelled, a lot of our schools have started offering virtual/ online electives- how do the programs view this? Also what will the programs do to get us caught up once we begin residency on skills we missed out on 3-4 year? (For example suturing)
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
01:08:21
to give an example: 2 recent Peds residents part of the advocacy track developed a clinic, together with a faculty member, focused on survivors of human trafficking. A med-peds resident is one of the residents picking that up this year.
Kristin Wong - Rutgers PD
01:08:47
We have a resident that's the Community Service Chair for the year, a direct relationship with one of the family community centers where we do a lot of health education talks, and Reach Out and Read for our kids as a few examples
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
01:08:48
lots of support and enthusiasm around these sorts of efforts
Karim Abdel Jalil
01:10:48
Appreciate you all doing this! Would you say most of your residents feel comfortable doing procedures when they graduate? Is there a goal amount of procedures each resident performs? Thanks!!
Brittany Brown, CUSOM OMS4
01:11:19
@Dr. Wong that is awesome! Is there more information about this on your website?
Madeleine Matthiesen (MGH APD)
01:11:49
Sam=expert kayaker
John Szymusiak- UPMC Med Peds APD
01:11:51
There are so many great programs out there- we want you all to end up somewhere you will be happy and excel. Definitely ask as many people as you can about what living in their city, being a part of their residency program, etc is like. Med peds is a tight knit community and people will give you an honest answer!
Jared Young
01:12:13
With the COVID pandemic, are programs considering in-person second-look days for applicants?
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
01:12:13
@Karim: This is pretty standardized on Peds (required by ACGME.) On IM not required. Our residents tend to get a lot of experience in paracentesis, central lines, variable on thoracentesis. Big emphasize on ultrasound guided procedural training.
Tiffany Wang
01:12:28
Thank you all for your time! I was wondering if you could speak a little to how your programs have adapted during COVID (e.g. reassigning residents to intensive care, additional journal reviews to stay on top of research, steps to ensure adequate PPE, etc.)
Karim Abdel Jalil
01:12:32
Thank you!
Susan Hata (APD at Mass General)
01:12:44
Re: procedures, the ACGME has required numbers of procedures for our residents to do. Most programs get ample exposure and most have exciting new ultrasound curricula as well
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:12:48
At Miami we had a dedicated rotation for procedures on the procedure team son internal medicine.
Max Cruz
01:14:10
I think procedures is variable- requirements (5 LPs, 5 splints, etc) are there but don't necessarily indicate "competency", throughout residency if you are really interested in being competent you can certainly seek them out, and most programs will have procedure electives, ED electives (great for procedures), etc to get more procedures in (ie if interested in primary care in rural area, may be more important to you than others, etc)
Nate Stehouwer (PD - Case/UH/Rainbow)
01:14:37
apologies, I’m on tonight in Rainbow and need to step off. Please feel free to reach out with any questions! nathan.stehouwer@uhhospitals.org. Great to see everyone on this call - you’ve chosen a great field!
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:14:59
@ Tiffany - for COVID - we initially had created teams to handle COVID, but recognizing that we cannot disrupt training for COVID, many residency programs are working on trying to address COVID while still maintaining educational rotations as much as possible.
Susan Hata (APD at Mass General)
01:15:14
The ACGME may restrict us about offering second-looks. One of our main considerations as we think about this is that we want it to be a level playing field for you guys and don’t want you all to feel you need to assume the expense and potential risk of travel. TBA, I think all programs will communicate clearly on this for your sake
Tripti Nagar
01:15:58
Can you discuss when your program will require ECFMG certification? Prior to applying or prior to the start of residency? Thank you!
Tim Brady Indiana University PD
01:17:22
Nothing make med/peds a more desirable group than a global pandemic
Nina Madjer
01:17:58
Do any of your programs have a med-peds elective for MS4s?
Nina Madjer
01:18:08
that will be available in the coming months?
Clare Idehen
01:18:20
How heavily does your program weigh having personal ties to the state?
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:18:52
ECFMG certification is usually required prior to the start of residency - but I would check with the new pathways that the ECFMG is providing for those who are applying in the fall, and checking with the GME department regarding the requirements (this is usually a requirement by the institutions rather than a program specific requirement).
Tim Brady Indiana University PD
01:19:04
Most problems will do that for dual applying
Simin Hossain
01:19:05
How will completion of step 2 CK before October 21st play a role in sending out interviews?
Tripti Nagar
01:19:20
Thank you!
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:19:27
@Simin - Unlikely, as we are expecting some step 2 CKs not being available.
Tim Brady Indiana University PD
01:19:41
I meant programs
Harrison Luttrell - IU Med Peds
01:20:00
As Dr. Brady mentioned, we have people from all over the country at IU. I came from MUSC in Charleston, SC with no connections at all and obviously matched here :)
RM
01:20:17
For the question about having ties to the state. I'd say that it is a plus, but our programs all have residents from all over the country and world!
John Szymusiak- UPMC Med Peds APD
01:20:43
Here in Pittsburgh, we have been relatively spared from COVID thus far, but are beginning to see an upsurge since the city has re-opened. That being said, we are fortunate that UPMC is a huge healthcare system and has a large hospitalist workforce who have absorbed care for most of our COVID cases and allowed our residents to continue their educational programming. Residents however have opportunities to rotate on those services so they can learn how to care for these patients.
Tim Brady Indiana University PD
01:22:11
Thank you all. Great to speak with you.
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:22:12
Yes - please let us know if there are more questions!
John Szymusiak- UPMC Med Peds APD
01:22:18
Thanks to all for coming, and we hope to see you MS4s virtually in Pittsburgh to interview in a few months!
Max Cruz
01:22:21
This was AWESOME! Thanks to all of you awesome students for showing up, and all you PDs, APDs, chief residents for taking time during busy season to be here!!
JT Tolentino (PD - U Miami) He/his/him
01:22:21
jxt1084@miami.edu and @JTDagupan
Jessica Gonzalez (MS4, FSUCOM)
01:22:21
Thank you all so much!
Jean Rodriguez, Chief Resident UPR
01:22:22
Instagram page: medpeds_upr
Susan Hata (APD at Mass General)
01:22:23
Thanks to all of you for being here and investigating med-peds!
Margaret Kell, NYITCOM
01:22:23
Thank you!
Nina Madjer
01:22:24
Thank you so much!
Abhishek Surampudy, MS4 SKMC
01:22:24
Thank you very much!
alexandramieczkowski
01:22:24
Please feel free to email us!
Annie Jacobs
01:22:25
Thank you all!
Kei Takigawa
01:22:25
Thank you!
Caroline LaFerla
01:22:26
Thank you so much!
Adaola Onyenaka
01:22:26
Thank you!
Tripti Nagar
01:22:27
Thank you so much!!
Simin Hossain
01:22:27
Thank you!!!
Pranati Panuganti
01:22:28
Thanks!!
Brittany Brown, CUSOM OMS4
01:22:29
Thank you!
RON WILLIAMS-Penn State
01:22:29
Thank you and good luck to everyone!
Christy Tsui - OMSIV
01:22:30
Thank you!!
Jacki Lineberry, VCOM 4th year
01:22:30
Thank you!!
Elizabeth Hayes - HUCM MS4
01:22:31
Thanks for making the time to speak to us! Have a good evening
Emily Leong
01:22:32
thank you !
Jennifer Tich
01:22:32
Thank you so much for all of your help and taking the time to speak to us!
Katy Snyder - IUSM MS4
01:22:32
Thank you all for doing this!! Very appreciated
Clare Idehen
01:22:33
Thank you all!!
Ammarah Spall
01:22:33
Thank you so much!
Divya Padmanabhan, OMS-III
01:22:34
Thank you so much!
Simon Ali
01:22:35
Thank you!! Have a great night :)
Margaret Kell, NYITCOM
01:22:35
Good luck everyone!!!
Kai Tucker MS4, MSU
01:22:36
Thankyou!
Alfredo Colon
01:22:36
Thank you
Jorge Rivera (UICOM-Chicago)
01:22:36
Thanks all!!
Giovana Jaen
01:22:36
Thank you for everything!
allisonetling
01:22:37
Thank you all for doing this!
Aretha Donkor (Rush, M4)
01:22:38
Thank you!
Patricia Morrow
01:22:38
Thank you!!
Erica Onwuegbuchu
01:22:40
Thank you!
Neemesh Desai - M4 Rush Medical College
01:22:40
Thank you so much everyone!!
Rachelle Ann Gonzales
01:22:45
Thank you!
Rachel Zemel
01:22:47
Thank you!
Kathy
01:22:48
Thank for a great session!
Karim Abdel Jalil
01:22:51
Thank you!
Jacob Vaught, OMS4, VCOM-VA
01:22:51
Thank you!
Jillian Costello
01:22:56
Thank you!
Aaron Taylor
01:23:00
Thank you such a great session!
Claire Garpestad
01:23:00
Thanks so much!!!