GI Fellowship

First Seven Months of GI Fellowship in Review

Seven months of fellowship are in the books. Just like that. It’s pretty incredible how fast time flies. Cliche, but so true. I am incredibly fortunate to train at a facility that sees an immense volume and mix of gastrointestinal and liver pathology. I have treated a myriad of diseases in just the first seven […]

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Internal Medicine Residency | PGY-3

The Art of Remembering Your Role

From the very first day of medical school, doctors-in-training (residents) are molded into competent practitioners.  TV glamorizes this as a nearly overnight process, when in reality becoming a physician with the wealth of knowledge patients expect and deserve takes nearly a decade to cultivate.  Ten years are just the start, because I’m only referring to medical […]

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GI Fellowship

I Matched into GI Fellowship!

Matching into a three-year clinical Gastroenterology fellowship program is a dream come true.  Match Day was December 6th, 2017.  I remember anxiously driving home to meet my wife Claudia and puppy Chloe so that everyone was there to hear the news as soon as I pulled up the NRMP 2017 Medical Specialties results online. Sitting […]

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Internal Medicine Residency | PGY-2

The Maturation of a Physician

With the new year fast approaching, I felt that the weekly “New Horizon” photo challenge was apropos. Internal Medicine residency is a perpetual cerebral challenge, involving new and interesting medical cases and an abundance of clinical situations where knowledge is not only pushed to the limit, but expanded.  I love what I do, and the […]

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Internal Medicine Residency | PGY-1

PGY-1 “Intern” Year In Review

It’s time for the obligatory “year in review” post, and I couldn’t be more proud.  Intern year is an emotional rollercoaster, marked by episodes of triumph and failure.  The year is almost over, and I am (anxiously) awaiting my second year of residency training.  Finishing intern year (first year) is a huge milestone in my professional […]

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