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Katherine “Kat” Liao (42) talks with her colleague and mentor, Ronald “Ron” Anderson (83), about his extensive career in the medical profession. Topics include Ron’s path to rheumatology and remembering his wife of 56 years, Barbie.
I interviewed Eric Sias for my First Year Seminar class at Marshall University. Our FYS class has been focusing on critical thinking and how thoughtfully developed and artfully asked questions can lead to enriching and enlightening stories. Frank Sesno’s book...
Mac Turner is from Billings and currently an MSU Bozeman medical student in-progress.
Discussion of dad’s life from his beginnings in Chicago’s South side to neurosurgery at UC Davis.
In this interview, Kym Young interviews her mother, Lisa, about becoming a physician and what steps she took to get there. Lisa talked about her involvement in the Navy and different Naval Bases around the country. She talks about the...
This is a story of how my grandpa sneaked into his medical school building the night before his first day at school to see the cadaver sonhe wouldn’t throw up in front of his peers.
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.
In this interview recorded on May 4, 2018 in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Sidrah Rasheed interviews her dad, Nasir Rasheed about his childhood, career and life as a teen. He shares his story about immigrating from Karachi, Pakistan to the USA....
Wanicha tells the story of her immigration from Thailand to the US and her eventual decision to settle down and serve as a public health employee.
During the interview, I mostly asked Usman what lessons he had learned in life from different perspectives such as work, school, religiously etc.
A conversation with two fourth-year medical students from St. Paul’s Hospital Millenium Medical College (SPHMMC). St. Paul’s is a leading public hospital and medical college in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia.
This was an interview conducted for the purposes of my AP Lang and Comp class. I ask my mother first, questions about her childhood and growing up. Then the questions gradually progress to the topic of academia and more specifically...