My Pops~accomplishments, lessons and blessings.

The first to leave his native land of India. Pops speaks of his challenges and accomplishments in a new land, the arranged marriage that led him to the woman of his dreams, and what he is most grateful for.

The Great Listen With My Mom
November 28, 2017 App Interview

In this interview that took place in Fresh Meadows, New York, me and Winnie Lai, who is my mother, talk about her experiences and how it has shaped her overall. We discussed about how she changed her path from an...

Interview with Mentor

In this interview we mostly went over my mentors thoughts and history in the fields I hope to one day also do my best in. We also touched on Covid-19 considering it has a lot to do with the combinations...

Excitement About The Health Benefits Of Cannabis Oil – Ecowatch

Excitement About The Health Benefits Of Cannabis Oil - Ecowatch Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is a product that's originated from cannabis. It's a type of cannabinoid, which are the chemicals naturally discovered in cannabis plants. Even though it originates from cannabis...

With Teferi

Sharing about family, health, work, childhood and new countries with my father-in-law

The 2020 Experience- The Challenges of a COVID Bride and a Healthcare Worker

A personal interview between brother and sister and the mental and emotional challenges that 2020 has posed: cancelled med school graduation, cancelled wedding, starting residency amidst a pandemic, and a whole abundance of emotions throughout.

Medicine, mindfulness, and the beach

In this interview my mom (Kristin Schofield) and I (Nicholas Sweeney) discuss the Medical field, how it has changed, and being mindful

John Olerud, MD sits down with dermatology faculty from the University of Washington to discuss clinical teaching

John Olerud (77) is interviewed by several dermatology faculty from the University of Washington to reflect on and discuss how he has created an enriching teaching environment over the years.

Amanda Wilson interviews her PaPa David Simpson about the Great Depression and the Space Race.

In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Homewood, Alabama, Amanda Wilson (16) interviews her grandfather, David Simpson (84). Dr. Simpson shares childhood memories of the Great Depression, stories of his involvement in Space Race, and explains his move from...

14 year old Aidan interviews his grandpa, Pat Fleet, about how he became a doctor.

Dr. Pat Fleet has had a long and interesting career as a nephrologist at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. His grandson, Aidan, wants to know all about how he got started and what being a doctor has meant to him.

Forum Interview

My mother Leisa O’Flynn elaborates on her experiences as an OBGYN and Lawyer and what effects the paths to those occupations have had.

Transition for an Irish Immigrant into the U.S Medical Law Community

Ronin interviews Leisa for details on her decision to move to the United States and become a doctor of medicine and lawyer there, leading to a discussion on how one should follow their passions in life.

Interview with Mentor

In this interview we mostly went over my mentors thoughts and history in the fields I hope to one day also do my best in. We also touched on Covid-19 considering it has a lot to do with the combinations...

Peter Dahlberg Liberia

A discussion with my dad about his experience working in Liberia.

Lotfy Hanna – A brief, not so brief history of everything. MHadeed – 12.01.2018

My grandfathers history of how he left being a seasoned Egyptian physician and restarting his career in America and other things.

Mommy and Me Chat

We spoke about my mother’s past and her struggles with immigrating to a new country where she did not speak the language. We also spoke about my childhood and my future.

MassComm 101 interview with a friend

I sat down with my friend K’von to talk about his experiences both here at VCU and those that led him here.

My sister

I had interviewed my sister about her life and what I mean to her!

Eleanor Lipsmeyer

Dr. Eleanor Lipsmeyer tells about her life growing up and going to medical school at a time when there were not many women in medicine.