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Amira Athanasios (2 Posts)

Contributing Writer

George Washington University School of Medicine


Amira Athanasios is an MSIII at George Washington University. As an undergraduate from Scripps College, she is passionate about the intersections of health, culture, religion, and humanities.




On Clinic Time

In medicine, as in medical training, time is the enemy. There is not enough time to talk to patients or study for board exams. There is not enough time to read the latest literature. At the end of the day, there is not enough time to make plans with friends or develop a gym routine that is anything but sporadic.

Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako (5 Posts)

Columnist

Yale School of Medicine


Max is a third-year medical student at the Yale School of Medicine, with a background in civil and environmental engineering, and bioengineering.

White Coat and a Hoodie

Attending Howard University gave Max a foundation for and continues to inform how he approaches issues related to injustice. Now in medical school, he has made it one of his focal interests to learn about and contribute to progress towards health equity, nationally and globally. Through this column, he will share stories on his experience as a Black man in medicine, and insights on topics of race, class, health equity, and medical education.