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Our 2023 End-of-Year Editors’ Picks!

As 2023 comes to a close, the in-Training team has spent a lot of time reflecting on the array of amazing works our med student writers have contributed to the journal over the past year. In order to honor these works as well as celebrate the start of the New Year, we asked each of our editors to share their ‘Editors’ Pick’, a must-read piece from 2023 that showcases the talent and breadth of our contributors. Check out each pick below! We have also featured this list on our Instagram and Twitter social media platforms @intrainingdoc.

Yash Shah: “A Framework for Student-Led Legislative Advocacy in Undergraduate Medical Education” by Ogechukwu Opaigbeogu and

Esika Savsani: “Rethinking and Retooling the Average Diagnostic Radiology Rotation” by

Eshiemomoh Osilama (EIC): “Kickoff” by

Elizabeth Parker: “The Kind of Doctor I Want to Be” by

Maya Van Gieson: “June” by Maxwell Wilberding

Jen Geller (EIC) & Alison White (ME): “Medical Anniversaries” by

Sally Zimmermann: “Notes from the 13th Floor” by

Yiling Dong: “Beneath the Shroud” by

Kayla Harris: “On Perfection” by

We at in-Training are so grateful for our community of editors, contributors, and readers! 2023 was certainly a year to remember and we are looking forward to what 2024 has in store. See you in the New Year!

Jen and Momoh

Jennifer Geller Jennifer Geller (7 Posts)

Contributing Writer and Editor in Chief Emeritus

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Jennifer is a fourth-year medical student at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Piscataway, New Jersey class of 2024. In 2020, she graduated from Brandeis University with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and biology. When not studying medicine, she enjoys skiing, baking, and spending time with friends and family. Additional academic interests include medical education, narrative medicine, and bioethics. Upon graduation, Jennifer hopes to pursue general surgery residency.

Eshiemomoh Osilama Eshiemomoh Osilama (6 Posts)

Editor-in-Chief and Former Writers-in-Training Intern

Geisinger College of Health Sciences

Eshiemomoh Osilama is a medical student at Geisinger College of Health Sciences in Scranton, PA, Class of 2024. He graduated from Columbia University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts in biology. He enjoys reading and writing poetry, baking, theater, singing, museums, traveling, beaches and oceans, photography, and being an extraordinary guncle. Momoh is pursuing a career in psychiatry.