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A podcast produced by the University of Alabama at Birmingham's medical students covering the incredible and often hidden stories of medicine, medical school, and Birmingham. All opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Latest Episodes

#8: Mental Health in Medical Training

In this episode, we take a look at mental health concerns in the field of medicine. We hear from two medical students about their paths in managing mental health illnesses during their scholarly careers, as well as UAB counselors and a previous residency program coordinator fielding questions pertaining to concerns about seeking help and the potential impact on a medical career. This story was produced by Ryan Murphy and Rahul Gaini with help from Sanders Pair. Edited by Ryan Murphy. Special thanks to Adam and Alexandra for sharing their stories, and to Dr. Stowe, Dr. Frazier, and William Pair for sharing their insight and stories with us. Check out the resources linked below for more information on mental health. Mental Health Resources: National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 UAB Student Counseling Services: (205) 934-5816 The following resources are also available for UAB School of Medicine students: UAB School of Medicine Professional Development Office: (205) 731-9799 SAAD, or Students with ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression, is a support group founded by for medical students led by medical students. The organization is meant to serve as a confidential, students-only environment to bring students together to speak about issues and problems they are facing. Support group meetings are open to all medical students regardless of diagnosis history. Contact Information: Alexandra Fry – alifry@uab.edu The Mind, Body, Medicine course is a medical student elective that aims to enlighten students about various relaxation and mind and heart-regulating techniques, such as meditation, yoga, and activities that foster connection with nature. The course has now expanded to the Huntsville campus as well and will be taught during the special topics week in the fall. The goal of this course is to provide medical students with tools to help maintain a balanced and relatively stress-free life, that they can continue to use throughout their medical career.

39 MIN2019 DEC 18
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#8: Mental Health in Medical Training

The Best and Worst: Internal Medicine

In the 3rd episode of the “The Best and Worst” mini series, Jamal Egbaria, MS4, sits down with internal medicine physician, Dr. Robert Centor, to discuss his career and what life is truly like as an internal medicine physician. Tune in to also hear Dr Centor share with us the story behind how he came up with the famous “Centor Criteria.” This mini series explores what life is like in different subspecialties of medicine by asking two central questions: what was the best day of your career and what was the worst day of your career? Credits: This episode was produced by Jamal Egbaria and edited by Ryan Murphy and Chase Cox. Many thanks to Dr. Robert Centor who took us on a journey into what internal medicine is really like. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

28 MIN2019 OCT 7
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The Best and Worst: Internal Medicine

Med School Years: Getting Started

In the first episode of the “Med School Years” series, Andres Camino sits down with 3 of his classmates to discuss their experiences in the first few weeks of medical school and what they see in store for themselves over the next 4 years. This series showcases how the life of medical student can change and adapt, or not, as they progress through their training. Credits: This episode was produced by Andres Camino with assistance from Chase Edward Cox. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

36 MIN2019 SEP 16
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Med School Years: Getting Started

The Best and Worst: Emergency Medicine

In the 2nd episode of the “The Best and Worst” mini series, Jamal Egbaria, MS4, sits down with emergency medicine physician, Dr. Charles Khoury, to discuss his career and what life is truly like as an EM physician at a level 1 trauma center. This mini series explores what life is like in different subspecialties of medicine by asking two central questions: what was the best day of your career and what was the worst day of your career? Credits: This episode was produced by Jamal Egbaria and edited by Ryan Murphy. Many thanks to Dr. Charles Khoury who took us on a journey into what emergency medicine is really like. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

28 MIN2019 JUN 26
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The Best and Worst: Emergency Medicine

The Best and Worst: Gynecology Oncology

In this inaugural episode of the “The Best and Worst” mini series, Jamal Egbaria, MS3, sits down with gynecologic oncologist, Dr. Kerri Bevis, to discuss her career and what life is truly like as a gynecologic oncologist. This mini series will explore what life is like in different subspecialties of medicine by asking two central questions: what was the best day of your career and what was the worst day of your career? Credits: This episode was produced by Jamal Egbaria with help from Andrew NeSmith and edited by Ryan Murphy. Many thanks to Dr. Kerri Bevis who was gracious enough to talk to us intimately about her career. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

25 MIN2019 MAY 4
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The Best and Worst: Gynecology Oncology

#7: Medical Decision Making

In this episode we look at the arc of medical decision making. And journey with a medical student through some personal insights. Credits: This episode was produced by Bigyan Mainali, Chase Edward Cox, and Corey Duke with help from Elena Gibson and John Pounders. Special thanks to Drs. Alan Schwartz, Tom Huddle, and Nicholas Van Wagoner. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

17 MIN2019 APR 4
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#7: Medical Decision Making

#6: Deep Brain Stimulation

In this episode we look at a relatively new treatment for a debilitating neurologic condition. We hear from people deeply affected by the disease and those that care for them. And get some surprising insight from a first year medical student. Photo caption: MSTP student Sanders Pair after his White Coat Ceremony. Credits: This episode was produced by Chase Edward Cox, Ramsha Farukh, and Corey Duke with help from Keya Kuru, Ashleigh Irwin, Adarsh Kulkarni, and Morgan Zipperly. Special thanks to Jeri Boyd, Dr. Victor Sung, and Sanders Pair for sharing their stories with us. Check out the Parkinson’s Association of Alabama website for more information about Parkinson’s disease and how you can get involved. The annual Parkinson’s 5k and walk is on October 27. Get more information here.

42 MIN2018 SEP 21
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#6: Deep Brain Stimulation

Departing Words: Robin Lorenz

We sit down for an extended conversation with Dr. Robinna Lorenz, M.D., Ph.D., as she steps down from her post as Director of UAB’s Medical Scientist Training Program and Physician Scientist Development Office. Credits: This episode was produced by Corey Duke with help from Jeff Singer and Morgan Zipperly who helped develop the interview questions. Many thanks to Robin Lorenz who once again leant her time, voice, and guidance to us all. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate.

116 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Departing Words: Robin Lorenz

#5: Humanism

In this episode we highlight a special event known as Solidarity Week, honor the life of Arnold P. Gold, and explore the true meaning of humanism in medicine. To learn more about Solidarity Week and the Arnold P. Gold Foundation visit www.gold-foundation.org. Credits: This episode was produced by Corey Duke and Alex Reddy with help from Chase Edward Cox. Many thanks to Tooba Anwer, Brandon Bodie, Dr. Nicholas Van Wagoner, and Dr. Caroline Harada. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate.

30 MIN2018 FEB 15
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#5: Humanism

#4: The White Coat

In this episode we take a look at a ceremony celebrated by medical schools across the country in which new medical students are given their first white coat. We interview brand new students, experienced clinicians, and medical school staff to find out what the white coat and the white coat ceremony mean to them. If you wish to find more information on the white coat ceremony and its origins visit www.gold-foundation.org. Credits: This episode was produced and edited by Corey Duke and Chase Edward Cox. Many thanks to Dr. Laura Kezar, Dr. Caroline Harada, Jason Noah, Anesha Khanijow, Emily Hayward, Rodrigo Muñoz, and Shreya Kashyap. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Ramya Singireddy, and Corey Duke. Our show is made possible by a generous grant from UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from The Red Thread’s Sailin On.

16 MIN2017 AUG 11
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#4: The White Coat

Latest Episodes

#8: Mental Health in Medical Training

In this episode, we take a look at mental health concerns in the field of medicine. We hear from two medical students about their paths in managing mental health illnesses during their scholarly careers, as well as UAB counselors and a previous residency program coordinator fielding questions pertaining to concerns about seeking help and the potential impact on a medical career. This story was produced by Ryan Murphy and Rahul Gaini with help from Sanders Pair. Edited by Ryan Murphy. Special thanks to Adam and Alexandra for sharing their stories, and to Dr. Stowe, Dr. Frazier, and William Pair for sharing their insight and stories with us. Check out the resources linked below for more information on mental health. Mental Health Resources: National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 UAB Student Counseling Services: (205) 934-5816 The following resources are also available for UAB School of Medicine students: UAB School of Medicine Professional Development Office: (205) 731-9799 SAAD, or Students with ADHD, Anxiety, and Depression, is a support group founded by for medical students led by medical students. The organization is meant to serve as a confidential, students-only environment to bring students together to speak about issues and problems they are facing. Support group meetings are open to all medical students regardless of diagnosis history. Contact Information: Alexandra Fry – alifry@uab.edu The Mind, Body, Medicine course is a medical student elective that aims to enlighten students about various relaxation and mind and heart-regulating techniques, such as meditation, yoga, and activities that foster connection with nature. The course has now expanded to the Huntsville campus as well and will be taught during the special topics week in the fall. The goal of this course is to provide medical students with tools to help maintain a balanced and relatively stress-free life, that they can continue to use throughout their medical career.

39 MIN2019 DEC 18
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#8: Mental Health in Medical Training

The Best and Worst: Internal Medicine

In the 3rd episode of the “The Best and Worst” mini series, Jamal Egbaria, MS4, sits down with internal medicine physician, Dr. Robert Centor, to discuss his career and what life is truly like as an internal medicine physician. Tune in to also hear Dr Centor share with us the story behind how he came up with the famous “Centor Criteria.” This mini series explores what life is like in different subspecialties of medicine by asking two central questions: what was the best day of your career and what was the worst day of your career? Credits: This episode was produced by Jamal Egbaria and edited by Ryan Murphy and Chase Cox. Many thanks to Dr. Robert Centor who took us on a journey into what internal medicine is really like. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

28 MIN2019 OCT 7
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The Best and Worst: Internal Medicine

Med School Years: Getting Started

In the first episode of the “Med School Years” series, Andres Camino sits down with 3 of his classmates to discuss their experiences in the first few weeks of medical school and what they see in store for themselves over the next 4 years. This series showcases how the life of medical student can change and adapt, or not, as they progress through their training. Credits: This episode was produced by Andres Camino with assistance from Chase Edward Cox. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

36 MIN2019 SEP 16
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Med School Years: Getting Started

The Best and Worst: Emergency Medicine

In the 2nd episode of the “The Best and Worst” mini series, Jamal Egbaria, MS4, sits down with emergency medicine physician, Dr. Charles Khoury, to discuss his career and what life is truly like as an EM physician at a level 1 trauma center. This mini series explores what life is like in different subspecialties of medicine by asking two central questions: what was the best day of your career and what was the worst day of your career? Credits: This episode was produced by Jamal Egbaria and edited by Ryan Murphy. Many thanks to Dr. Charles Khoury who took us on a journey into what emergency medicine is really like. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

28 MIN2019 JUN 26
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The Best and Worst: Emergency Medicine

The Best and Worst: Gynecology Oncology

In this inaugural episode of the “The Best and Worst” mini series, Jamal Egbaria, MS3, sits down with gynecologic oncologist, Dr. Kerri Bevis, to discuss her career and what life is truly like as a gynecologic oncologist. This mini series will explore what life is like in different subspecialties of medicine by asking two central questions: what was the best day of your career and what was the worst day of your career? Credits: This episode was produced by Jamal Egbaria with help from Andrew NeSmith and edited by Ryan Murphy. Many thanks to Dr. Kerri Bevis who was gracious enough to talk to us intimately about her career. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

25 MIN2019 MAY 4
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The Best and Worst: Gynecology Oncology

#7: Medical Decision Making

In this episode we look at the arc of medical decision making. And journey with a medical student through some personal insights. Credits: This episode was produced by Bigyan Mainali, Chase Edward Cox, and Corey Duke with help from Elena Gibson and John Pounders. Special thanks to Drs. Alan Schwartz, Tom Huddle, and Nicholas Van Wagoner. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from Bensound and The Red Thread.

17 MIN2019 APR 4
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#7: Medical Decision Making

#6: Deep Brain Stimulation

In this episode we look at a relatively new treatment for a debilitating neurologic condition. We hear from people deeply affected by the disease and those that care for them. And get some surprising insight from a first year medical student. Photo caption: MSTP student Sanders Pair after his White Coat Ceremony. Credits: This episode was produced by Chase Edward Cox, Ramsha Farukh, and Corey Duke with help from Keya Kuru, Ashleigh Irwin, Adarsh Kulkarni, and Morgan Zipperly. Special thanks to Jeri Boyd, Dr. Victor Sung, and Sanders Pair for sharing their stories with us. Check out the Parkinson’s Association of Alabama website for more information about Parkinson’s disease and how you can get involved. The annual Parkinson’s 5k and walk is on October 27. Get more information here.

42 MIN2018 SEP 21
Comments
#6: Deep Brain Stimulation

Departing Words: Robin Lorenz

We sit down for an extended conversation with Dr. Robinna Lorenz, M.D., Ph.D., as she steps down from her post as Director of UAB’s Medical Scientist Training Program and Physician Scientist Development Office. Credits: This episode was produced by Corey Duke with help from Jeff Singer and Morgan Zipperly who helped develop the interview questions. Many thanks to Robin Lorenz who once again leant her time, voice, and guidance to us all. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate.

116 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Departing Words: Robin Lorenz

#5: Humanism

In this episode we highlight a special event known as Solidarity Week, honor the life of Arnold P. Gold, and explore the true meaning of humanism in medicine. To learn more about Solidarity Week and the Arnold P. Gold Foundation visit www.gold-foundation.org. Credits: This episode was produced by Corey Duke and Alex Reddy with help from Chase Edward Cox. Many thanks to Tooba Anwer, Brandon Bodie, Dr. Nicholas Van Wagoner, and Dr. Caroline Harada. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Corey Duke, and Ramya Singireddy. This show is made possible thanks to the support of UABSOM’s Student Senate.

30 MIN2018 FEB 15
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#5: Humanism

#4: The White Coat

In this episode we take a look at a ceremony celebrated by medical schools across the country in which new medical students are given their first white coat. We interview brand new students, experienced clinicians, and medical school staff to find out what the white coat and the white coat ceremony mean to them. If you wish to find more information on the white coat ceremony and its origins visit www.gold-foundation.org. Credits: This episode was produced and edited by Corey Duke and Chase Edward Cox. Many thanks to Dr. Laura Kezar, Dr. Caroline Harada, Jason Noah, Anesha Khanijow, Emily Hayward, Rodrigo Muñoz, and Shreya Kashyap. Our theme song was produced by Tim Littman, Samuel Altonji, Steve Kim, Leah Carpenter, Ramya Singireddy, and Corey Duke. Our show is made possible by a generous grant from UABSOM’s Student Senate. We used backing tracks from The Red Thread’s Sailin On.

16 MIN2017 AUG 11
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#4: The White Coat
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