Benjamin Meyers (4 Posts)
Thomas Jefferson University
Benjamin Meyers is a third-year medical student at Thomas Jefferson University. In 2015, he graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science in neuroscience. He enjoys watching Michigan sports, working on a podcast when he can, and reminiscing about the videos he used to make for Scientific American. In the future, Ben would like to be a medical correspondent.
In part one of this two-part series, we explored the history of direct-to-consumer ECG technology and its utility. Here we present a product comparison and research validating direct-to-consumer ECGs.
In part one of this two-part series we explore the state of direct-to-consumer, wearable ECG technology. In part two, the author presents a product comparison and research validating the devices.
When pre-med and medical students think about where to attend school or where to apply for residency opportunities, they also undoubtedly consider the hard work, dedication and sacrifices required along the way. But how often are they thinking about location in this process?
Sarah Linden (1 Posts)
(To) Where Matters
Patterns and geography have always excited Sarah, which is why she has dedicated her career to being an expert in spatial data analysis. For Sarah, (To) is the ability to help others understand the power of geography, drive them to achieve personal growth through the intersection of prioritization and opportunity, and help solve a challenge we all face—achieving the best version of ourself, no matter where we are.