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VSLO Open at 9 AM

April 1, 2020

VSLO will open for applications for the rest of the year at 9 AM.

Milan Terzic – MEDI 407

March 30, 2020

“The attendings and fellows always had time for questions, regardless of their incredibly busy schedules, and are encouraging you to take on more responsibilities as a medical student. This includes seeing multiple patients, evaluating them and forming a plan.” – Milan Terzic, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

Christina Lara Klatt – MEDI 408 & MEDI 449

March 20, 2020

“…the patients have it all, multiple illnesses at the same time and you have to figure out how to filter. What is important? What is still considered normal, while which change is worrisome? I really enjoyed applying the information I have gathered over the years to real cases.” – Christina Lara Klatt, Ruhr University Bochum (Germany)

Pranav Balakrishnan – SURY 420 & SURY 481

February 18, 2020

“The thoracic team flew me out with them to harvest a lung for a transplant. That’s something I’ve never experienced before. Just being a part of a transplant surgery in itself is incredible for someone who is looking to do surgery.”
– Pranav Balakrishnan, Kasturba Medical College Manipal (India)

Khushboo Agarwal – MEDI 413 & MEDI 407

February 18, 2020

“The elective experiences have made me very confident in terms of being able to gather the relevant data specific to a patient, present the same in a comprehensive manner and communicate effectively with my patients and their families. There’s so much we get to learn about each patient.”
-Khushboo Agarwal, Kasturba Medical College Manipal (India)

Amrin Kharawala – MEDI 413

February 10, 2020

“You need to be active, ask questions, ask for consults, offer to write patient notes and that way, you will have a more fulfilling experience.”
– Amrin Kharawala, Medical College Baroda (India)

Vasudha Sharma – PSYY 403

February 10, 2020

“Ask for feedback, I asked after every week. I wanted to know what to do better for the next week. Try to do everything, try to experience how to write notes, how to interview patients, how to conduct family meetings. Never feel shy; never think you can’t do this task.”
– Vasudha Sharma, Dayanand Medical College & Hospital

Sowmya Kruttiventi – PEDS 445

February 10, 2020

“The clinics are super busy, which translates to more learning opportunities. The attendings devote a great deal of time to teaching and answering my questions, so I feel like I am constantly learning something new.”
– Sowmya Kruttiventi – Coimbatore Medical College (India)

Swati John – PEDS 421

February 10, 2020

“The fellow and attendings were super helpful; they pushed me to do better every day and provided me with valuable feedback every day. My experience here has definitely helped me gain insight about the US medical system, present my cases confidently, and type up patient notes.”
– Swati John, Kasturba Medical College Manipal (India)

Hangcheng Fu – MEDI 465 AI in Ward Medicine

February 10, 2020

Hangcheng Fu – Fudan Univerisity Shanghai Medical College (China) MEDI 465 – Acting Internship in Ward Medicine As an international student who wants to match for residency in U.S and must complete many away rotations, I would say UNC MEDI 465 is one of the best rotation I have experienced among my away rotations. I … Read more