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Joe Tung is an MD/MBA candidate at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Business School with interests at the intersection of clinical medicine, healthcare management, and medical innovation. He attended Yale University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry. At Harvard, Joe has been involved in the Crimson Care Collaborative student-faculty clinic and has served as Co-President of the Asian Pacific American Medical Students Association and the HMS Healthcare Management Interest Group. In his spare time, Joe enjoys hiking, cooking, attending hackathons, and learning about the latest innovations in technology and health care.
Dr. Areo Saffarzadeh is a Cardiothoracic Surgery Resident at Yale. He completed his MD and MS in Biomedical and Translational Science from UC Irvine. Areo is interested in resident, medical student, and patient education. He has a medical education YouTube channel with >30,000 subscribers. He is an advisory board member for Pocket Anatomy which develops iOS apps for medical education. He has created medical education content for McGraw-Hill, and other medical organizations
I am one of the Chief Residents at UT Southwestern. I was born and raised in Spain and got to USA through Latin America after graduating from Medical School. I've traveled extensively and practiced medicine in Mexico, Chile, and Guatemala. I am passionate about learning and teaching medicine and I aim to use that to improve the care of critically ill people around the globe.
Bliss is a second-year resident in Internal Medicine at Columbia University / New York Presbyterian Hospital and a graduate of the Harvard Medical School Class of 2020. He is passionate about revolutionizing medical education for the modern learner and has served as lead editor of "The Ultimate Medical School Rotation Guide" by Springer which has sold in excess of 10,000 copies in the first half-year. He is also lead author of "Introduction to Evidence-based Medicine: Key Summaries for Common Medical Practices" by Elsevier. He is now working on a book series with Elsevier to teach medicine utilizing a novel teaching method he designed. Bliss has also contributed to First Aid Step 1 and the USMLE Rx First Aid Video Series. As a consultant for several medical education companies, Bliss aims to bring the trainee perspective to future educational products. Notably, Bliss is building an MIT-backed 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