My Experience at the First Carle Illinois Make-a-Thon

Myself and twenty-eight other medical students and citizen scientists gathered to come up with an idea that answers the question, “What if healthy living was as simple as looking in a mirror?”

Beating the Learning Curve: Study Tips from an M1 Student

It’s no secret that medical school is difficult, but with planning and the right tools, I’ve been surprised by how manageable it’s been so far.

The day I became a future physician-innovator: My unforgettable admittance story

There is no better way to tell you my admittance story than letting you experience it yourself.

Why learning in a diverse environment is crucial to our success

We can do some great things learning on our own, but when we put our minds together, I believe we can accomplish that which we’ve set out to do.

I got a peek into my future career by being part of an emergency medical simulation.

I’ve been in emergency situations before, but I was never the one responsible for the outcome.

But I’m not an engineer! Why I still applied to an engineering-based medical school

Two-thirds of my classmates are engineers. I’m not one of them.

I just started med school and I’m already seeing patients

Most of my friends in medical school won’t see patients until after their first year. And me, I’m still pinching myself over whether my M1 life is a dream.

Are you ready to become a physician-innovator?