May 11, 2021
Dr. Kristin Miller was in the first graduating class of UMHS in 2011. She comes on the podcast to share her experience, what she’s done since graduation, and why she wanted to start up the UMHS Alumni Association.
Dr. Miller completed a residency at Florida State University Family Residency Program at Lee Memorial Hospital in Ft. Myers, Florida. She is now a family physician, life coach and motivational speaker in Oklahoma.
Follow Dr. Miller on Instagram @doctor_k_miller and visit her website https://drkristinmiller.com/
April 27, 2021
UMHS medical student Lujain Qureshi talks about her experience in Introduction to Clinical Medicine (ICM) and explains what standard patient encounters are and how to excel at them.
April 14, 2021
UMHS student Lisette Lerma talks about her experience as a Pathology I TA and gives tips and advice on how to succeed in pathology in Dextrocardia Podcast Episode 16.
March 31, 2021
Milagros "Mila" I. Rivera Cora is a Puerto-Rican second year medical student at UMHS, where she TA's the Physiology course. Listen in as Mila shares tips for how to succeed in this difficult medical school class.
March 16, 2021
With public health and a historic pandemic on everyone's minds, epidemiology couldn't be more important in the state of medicine. Epidemiology TA Caroline Vargas shares her tips and tricks to succeed in this relevant and crucial course.
March 2, 2021
Find out how to get the most out of your clinical rotations. UMHS alumni, Dr. Divya Krishnan talks about her medical school experience pursuing extensive extracurricular activity and clinical electives abroad.
February 16, 2021
What's your favorite lymphocyte? T-cells or B-cells? Immunology will give you a whole semester to figure out this important question. On your journey immunology, TA Samantha DeFilippis will teach you everything you need to know to do well in this low-unit but high-workload class.
February 2, 2021
UMHS basic science students often wonder what it’s like once they leave St. Kitts for the pre-clinical semester in Portland, ME. Clinical student, Kerthy Sugunathevan, talks about this transition and answers all of your burning questions about what happens in the Portland 5th semester.
January 19, 2021
Medical education has faced backlash for not including enough examples of how pathologies present on darker skin tone. Does this effect medical diagnosis? How do we diagnose conditions without being able to see them on the skin? Dermatologist Dr. Hope Mitchell dives in on these questions and shares her opinions for how we can reach racial health equity.
January 5, 2021
MECP2, RAS, and TP53. JAK2, RET, and BCR-ABL. Genetics is full of abbreviated names, pedigrees, and surprisingly, math. Not to worry, though - genetics TA Aaron D'Souza shares best practices to succeed in this class.