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An intern whose favorite part of the day is working with medical students. Lead editor of "The Ultimate Medical School Rotation Guide" by Springer Nature, an upcoming book in February 2021 that provides students with exactly what they need to know and do to excel on rotations, and lead author of "Introduction to Evidence-based Medicine: Key Summaries for Common Medical Practices" by Elsevier also upcoming in 2021. He has also contributed to First Aid and the USMLE Rx First Aid Video Series. As a consultant for several medical education companies, Bliss aims to bring the student perspective to future educational products. Now as an intern, Bliss is pursuing a startup that aims to bridge medical education and clinical practice. Watch his Day in the Life of a Harvard Medical Student video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6WczPqBk8A
Nicholas Chiu is a resident in Internal Medicine at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School. He obtained his MD from Boston University School of Medicine and his MPH in Quantitative Methods at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
As a physician-scientist in-training, Nicholas is fascinated by the intersection of clinical research and health policy in promoting public health. In particular, Nicholas is passionate about improving cardiovascular outcomes for patients through clinical trials as well as increasing healthcare access & quality through health services research.
Dr. Carroll is currently a PGY1 surgical resident at Grady Memorial Hospital, Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta. He is a Member of The Royal College of Surgeons having completed his MRCS examinations and achieved a postgraduate diploma in Surgery. He aspires to become a General and Cardiothoracic Surgeon.
Hello! My name is Precious. I earned my undergraduate degree at South Dakota State University. Before medical school, I worked as a Physiology tutor for couple years. I have great passion for providing healthcare to underserved comunities and have been involved in several free clinics, health fairs and other outreach programs. I am pursuing a career in internal medicne and will be a PGY-1 in July 2020. I look forward to connecting with mentors and other residents through this journey.