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  • Figure 1 Image of the Week 5/30/15

  • Created May 30, 2015 by Figure 1
  • Image of the Week – Pseudomonas Pseudomonas can be identified by its sweet, grape-like odor and blue- green pigment. The pigment, known as pyocyanin, is facultative, and is associated with more severe and more resistant illness. Join the discussion on Figure 1....VIEW >
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  • 20 Questions: Lindsay Stokes, Emergency Medicine

  • Created May 29, 2015 by Lindsay Stokes
  • Lindsay Stokes, MD, attended medical school and residency at Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY where she still lives with her husband and daughter. She is currently an attending in the Emergency Department at Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield, MA. She blogs at GoFightWinMD.com. When did you first decide to become a physician? Why? I got a Fisher-Price...VIEW >
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  • Decoding Your Diagnosis: Psychiatrists Unveil Plain-English Guide For Patients

  • Created May 27, 2015 by Lisa Gillespie
  • As mental health professionals, policy makers and advocates focus on taking steps to mend the fragmented mental health care system, the role of patients and their friends and families is sometimes overlooked. That’s why the American Psychiatric Association is releasing a first-of-its-kind book to decode in plain English the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – a guide for...VIEW >
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  • Figure 1 Image of the Week, 5/23/15

  • Created May 23, 2015 by Figure 1
  • Image of the Week – Meningioma Extracranial meningiomas are rare neoplasms which are often misdiagnosed. Clinical presentation includes visual changes, seizures, and spontaneous hemorrhage. See more cases like this on Figure 1....VIEW >

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  • 20 Questions: Mary Lupo, MD, Dermatologist

  • Created April 27, 2015 by Juliet Farmer
  • Mary Lupo, MD, is a practicing dermatologist and clinical professor of dermatology at Tulane University School of Medicine. Dr. Lupo began using combination protocols for her patients that included collagen fillers, light chemical peels, and topical products such as Retin-A and alpha hydroxy acids with sun protection. She received a bachelor’s degree in biology from...VIEW >
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  • Q & A: Pharmacy Admissions Insider

  • Created April 2, 2015 by Sarah Lawrence
  • Applying to professional school can be one of the most daunting challenges of a student’s career. The pharmacy admissions process is no exception, and students may find it overwhelming at times. The Student Doctor Network recently sat down with Jeff, a member of a pharmacy school admissions committee, who shared his perspective on the process...VIEW >
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  • 20 Questions: Barbara Pro, Oncologist

  • Created February 9, 2015 by Juliet Farmer
  • Dr. Barbara Pro, a medical oncologist in Philadelphia, is a Thomas Jefferson University-Kimmel Cancer Center physician, as well as a professor and director of the Cutaneous Lymphoma Center. Dr. Pro received her MD from University La Sapienza in Rome, Italy, cum laude (1988). She completed a fellowship in medical oncology at University La Sapienza (1988−1992);...VIEW >
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  • 20 Questions: Kent A. Kiehl, PhD

  • Created January 26, 2015 by Juliet Farmer
  • Dr. Kent Kiehl is an associate professor in the department of psychology at the University of New Mexico. He received a bachelor’s degree in psychology with an emphasis in biology from the University of California Davis (1993), and both a master’s degree (1996) and a PhD (2000) in psychology and neuroscience from the University of...VIEW >

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