So last night I stayed later than usual after work to prepare for an interdepartmental conference that I will be giving next Friday before I fly out that night to attend the CAP Residents Forum and Annual Meeting. 419 more words
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Today was my first event for my internship. I am currently and intern for my university’s School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
The Speech-Language Pathology Department and Alumni Association put on their third annual SLP Welcome Back Dinner this evening. 198 more words
Immunoglobulin G4-related disease (IgG4-RD) is an increasingly recognized syndrome of unknown etiology, most often occurring in middle-aged and older men. It is comprised of a collection of disorders that share specific pathologic, serologic, and clinical features. 650 more words
Over the last few weeks I have spent more time revising my fellowship application personal statements than I would like. While my attendings have been a great source of feedback, it’s hard to know what fellowship directors would like to see highlighted. 646 more words
So after two weeks away I’m back volunteering. I’ve been looking forward to today as I’ve really missed working with the bones. It took me a few minutes to settle back into the swing of things but once I had become reacquainted with the process I was on a roll! 328 more words
Recently I have wanted to focus more on human pathologies in archaeology when I came across this article ‘Shattered lives and broken childhoods: Evidence of physical child abuse in ancient Egypt.’ I have never come across an example of this before and therefore gave it a read. 1,036 more words