Brown Girl White Coat
Summary: Welcome to Brown Girl White Coat, a space created to encourage diversity in medicine and provide a realistic perspective on what medical school is "really like." I hope you leave feeling empowered, inspired, and entertained.
My classmate at Baylor College of Medicine, Andy, joins me today to talk about her three gap years, two of which she spent being a case manager in Houston. She details how this experience made her a better applicant and better human. We also play a game of hot seat at the beginning to get to know her better! What a fun episode with the purest, sweetest medical student. Follow me on Instagram: @saiebear
Varenya Nallur is an Instagram fashion and beauty blogger who is also an incoming medical student. She and I chat about premed summers and what to do to stay productive and boost your application during this critical time. We also offer interview question help and discuss her premed journey and worries for medical school. Follow me: @saiebear Follow Varenya: @vnallur
As a collaboration with the Short Coat Podcast, medical students from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine join to help answer listener questions. We talk about everything from applying to medical school and having a "plan b," to our most embarrassing moments as students. Visit my Instagram page: @saiebear Listen to the Short Coat Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/46vfbFy750NCIFD9YEyWzW Buy a t-shirt and support their charity: https://uiccomstores.org/product/scp-tee-spring-2019/
Dr. Maheshwari is a neurologist, assistant professor, and research scientist specializing in Epilepsy. Today, he joins me to talk about everything from his experiences in academic medicine to his opinions on Artificial Intelligence in the field of neurology and sleep hygiene. He is so passionate about teaching students and providing the best care for his patients, it is truly admirable and inspiring.
"Don't hurt anything that has a name." Dr. Brandt, a full time pediatric surgeon and Professor of Surgery, Pediatrics, and Medical Ethics at Baylor College of Medicine, joins to discuss her passions and advice for medical students. We talk about everything from her experiences being the only woman in her residency class to gun violence and a physician's role in that space, all over a delicious cup of coffee.
Catch up with Saie as she talks about the upcoming term in medical school and what she's studying. Saie also reflects on the past term and grappling with bouts of burnout and highlights the stories of boss women who helped her overcome this feeling. Instagram - @saiebear
Today, Manasi and Varsha, fellow first years in medical school, join Saie to talk about how to get over a spell of low productivity and how to take care of yourself during stressful situations. Hope you enjoy this relaxed girl chat about everything from kitchen appliances to boyfriends! Varsha: varshasathappan Manasi: manasi_eats
Jacqueline, one of Saie's best friends joins for a girl chat on lifestyle, health & fitness, and New Year's goals. They both answer listener questions at the end about paying for medical school and what they do outside of studying their lives away. Sign up for Class Pass: http://class.ps/lAfNE
Get your academic goals for 2019 going with this episode all about study tips and tricks. Saie talks about her favorite apps and technology as well as strategies to conquer this semester's classes.
Saie's sister and favorite human Tanvi, an OBGYN resident, joins to talk about everything from life in residency to her New Year's resolutions and goals.
Saie talks about why she chose medicine and the decisions that led her to her undergraduate school. She also details some struggles she faced and answers listener questions about her journey, as well as experiences in medical school thus far.
Saie introduces herself and talks a bit about what to expect from future podcast episodes.