June 2014: I’m actually now a doctor (HAH – an intern), and still blogging. But I’m pretty proud of blogging all 4 years of medical school – so I’m gonna keep my ‘about’ page the same for now. Stay tuned.
Hi, I’m a student at Metropolis Med.
I write about medical school. This blog is partly intended to be an absurdly long answer to the question “What’s med school like?”, and partly intended to be a way to store any and all the mnemonics and resources I’ve found helpful so far. Hopefully they’re useful. (And if not useful, I’ll settle for entertaining.)
It’s also intended to be the small commitment that keeps me writing during med school. This is probably the goal that’s worked out the best.
Of course, nothing I write here is intended to be medical advice. You probably arrived at that conclusion on your own by noting that I draw pictures like I’m 7 years old, and may in fact actually be a 7 year old masquerading as a medical student on the internet. So I clearly can’t help you there.
But I could definitely have a drink with you and discuss exciting types of transcription inhibitors, or the latest episode of Community. I’m good for either.