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Ashten Duncan Ashten Duncan (5 Posts)

Managing Editor

OU-TU School of Community Medicine


Ashten Duncan is a second-year medical student at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, where he completed a B.S. in Microbiology alongside a minor in Chemistry and in French. An aspiring family physician, Ashten is currently on a National Health Service Corps (NHSC) scholarship, which entails a 4-year term of service in an underserved community following residency training in primary care. He is planning to pursue a MPH degree between his 2nd year and 3rd year of medical school, with the intention of applying the public health knowledge to his future practice.




You Matter

In October 2015, someone I love very much lost someone truly special to them. I had just started medical school and this news really jerked things into perspective. Life is not a passive force; it is something we are meant to live.

Words and Games at the Centers for Disease Control

To culminate a year rife with political turmoil, one final wildfire swept the nation at the close of 2017. After initial reports from inside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggesting that it had received instruction to forbid the usage of seven words in its budget formulations, media outlets and the general public took en masse to declare a state of Orwellian emergency.

Kamiar-K. Rueckert Kamiar-K. Rueckert (3 Posts)

Contributing Writer

Riga Stradins University


Kamiar-K. Rueckert is currently in his 6th year of Medical School in Riga, Latvia. In 2016, he founded www.psgriga.org in order to establish a foundation for students to learn about emotions in healthcare and psychosomatic concepts. He likes Hummus, continental philosophy and smoked Blutwurst. His previous articles have been published in theviennapsychoanalyst.at and the printed and online version of the Latvian student magazine semperanticus.lv.