SDN Announces New Editorial Board Openings
By Chivas Owle
The Student Doctor Network is currently seeking volunteers for the SDN Editorial Board.
As part of our mission to help students become doctors, SDN publishes informational and “how-to” articles. These articles are published three times a week on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays during the academic year and twice weekly on Sunday and Wednesday during the summer.
Before an article is published, the Student Doctor Network Editorial Board reviews all original materials for appropriateness and relevance to SDN members. The Editorial Board also helps improve the quality of articles by correcting grammar, suggesting content or style improvements, and ultimately voting whether an article is appropriate for publication on SDN.
The most updated editorial board list can be found here.
We are excited to announce that Editorial Board volunteer positions are now open to all interested members of SDN. Members who are interested in volunteering are encouraged to fill out a helpdesk ticket, selecting “Articles” as the topic, or by applying here.
Eric C. Anderson, MD, PhD – Fellow, Medical Oncology – Oregon Health & Science Univ / Knight Cancer Institute
Rik Austin – MD Candidate 2014 – Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
Lee Burnett, DO – Family Medicine – Director, Student Doctor Network
Deborah Kim, MD – Family Medicine Resident – Bryn Mawr Hospital
Emily Lund, MEd – Education/Psychology PhD student – Utah State University
Anna Peck, PharmD – University of Iowa College of Pharmacy
Audrey Stanton, DO, MPH – Emergency Medicine – St. John Health System, Tulsa, OK
Matthew Wasco, MD – Pathologist – St Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI
Chivas Owle, PharmD – Editor-in-Chief – Student Doctor Network
Andrew Crisologo, DPM Candidate 2014 – Editorial Board Coordinator – Des Moines University Des Moines, IA
Laura Turner, MS – Executive Director – Student Doctor Network
Sarah M. Lawrence, PharmD, MA – Director – Student Doctor Network
To discuss this or any article on SDN please visit our Article Discussions Forum. Hope to see you there!