Monthly Archives: August 2016

Can Doctors Be the Next Big Startup?

This article originally appeared on in-Training.org. Everyone has heard of startups. For many of us, the term “startup” is a reference to technology companies in Silicon Valley, companies like Google and Apple. These companies are so well-known to us because their products and services have and continue to significantly shape and define the world we live in… Read More »

Why Reading (Still) Matters in Medicine

This article originally appeared on in-Training.org. The road to medical school mostly requires good grades in the hard sciences, high entrance exam scores, volunteering and other quality extracurricular experiences. Once in medical school, the curriculum is a roller-coaster ride of learning anatomy, physiology, pathology, diagnosis and treatment. At first glance, the journey seems to leave little… Read More »