The final week of a clinical rotation is always interesting because a trainee may be at peak proficiency for that specialty and, as is usual[...]

By Josiane Joseph • February 17, 2023

By: Sherry Zhou Picture a Scientist is a documentary released in October 2020. It narrates the journey of three women along their paths to becoming[...]

By Crystal Mendoza • January 6, 2021

On November 18, 2020, a group of students in the Mayo College of Medicine and Science organized the second annual Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Intersex[...]

By Crystal Mendoza • December 3, 2020

By: Sherry Zhou Every year in November, we celebrate Thanksgiving, a celebration of bountiful harvests, the true onset of fall, and a time to gather[...]

By Crystal Mendoza • November 29, 2020

  By: Taylor Witter Ah yes, the holidays are approaching. We already know what that means: family time, and lots of it. There is a high[...]

By Crystal Mendoza • November 26, 2020

By: Anonymous Quarantine has taught me a lot about resilience, friendships, and remote desktop. There have been highs and lows as I have learned how[...]

By Crystal Mendoza • November 17, 2020

As an elementary student, I was recruited to recite the morning announcements (and otherwise had many opportunities for public speaking). Each day I would arrive[...]

By Josiane Joseph • May 27, 2020

Recently, I spent an evening at a professional development workshop designed to equip me to interact with confrontational patients. During this workshop, I encountered scenarios[...]

By Josiane Joseph • February 17, 2020

By: Catherine Knier The other day, I had a conversation with a friend about the idea of success and failure. We all know a loved[...]

By Crystal Mendoza • January 25, 2020

By: Josiane Joseph Dr. Hedy S. Wald, a Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at Brown University, visited Mayo Clinic in December for a selection of[...]

By Josiane Joseph • December 14, 2019