@NEJMres360 Journal Club: Hosted by Memorial Sloan Kettering Department of Medicine Residency Program, Journal Article TBA

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Chief Residents
    • Internal Medicine
    • Chief resident at Memorial Sloan Kettering

    Krishna graduated from Brown University, where she studied International Relations. She wrote a book after graduating called, “Thinking Through Gandhi: Gandhi’s Ideas and How They Can Still Inspire.” The work is concerned with applying principles of non-violence in our daily ethical choices and was published by a university press in India.  Krishna graduated from the St. George’s University School of Medicine and finished her Internal Medicine residency at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, where she started a reflective writing curriculum called “Reflection Rounds.” She is currently a Chief Resident in the Department of Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering. She remains passionate about social justice issues, medical ethics, and physician wellness. She intends to pursue a career in hospital medicine and medical education.