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There are a few locations along the Potomac River that Abdulla Alhmoudi, MD, RESD ’18, would recommend if you enjoy rock climbing. But, he cautions, they’re all single pitch — a climb lasting one rope length. If you want multi-pitch climbs, the closest spot is in Seneca Rocks in West Virginia.
As a child growing up in a small village in western Paraguay called Santa Rosa, Cheralyn Hendrix, M.D., recalls standing by her father’s side as he sewed up a gash from an ax wound on the palm of a 12-year-old boy’s hand, and spending mornings and afternoons with her mother as she provided aid to
This is a true story, begins Uchechi Iweala, M.D., a second-year resident in orthopedic surgery at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Fresh out of medical school and on the first assignment of his young medical career, Yen-Yi Juo, M.D., M.P.H., found himself aboard a minesweeper, responsible for the health of 75 sailors and crew members as a medical officer for the Taiwanese Navy.
It was the summer after Laura Perry’s sophomore year at Harvard University when she accepted an internship at the Baltimore City Health Department, a decision that would completely alter the course of her career.