Monthly Archives: August 2016

Can Doctors Be the Next Big Startup?

This article originally appeared on 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 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 »