Upcoming Issue of the JSNMA–Call for Submissions!

  Consider becoming an author for the Spring 2015 issue of the JSNMA! For more information, please email jsnma@snma.org.  

I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Darryl Cannady , MD Candidate at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

  Darryl Cannady grew up in Gainesville, FL where he attended grade school and later on for college, at the University of Florida. In middle school, he played alto saxophone and the clarinet, and was a member of his school’s Mu Alpha Theta Math and MathCounts teams. In high school, Darryl was on the football, weightlifting, and Mu Alpha […]

The Winter 2014-2015 Edition of the Journal of the Student National Medical Association is here!

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I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Christen Johnson, MD Candidate at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine.

Christen Johnson was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. When she was just two years old, her parents divorced. Sadly, her father chose not to be involved in raising her, leaving Christen’s mother to work two, sometimes three jobs at a time to give her the best opportunities possible. This gave Christen an amazing example of great work ethic. “I started school […]

I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Marc Parris, MD Candidate at The University of California, San Francisco

  Marc Parris, the youngest of three children to his parents, was born in Manhattan, New York. He grew up in Mt. Vernon, which is just north of the Bronx in New York. His parents, both of Bajan (people from the island of Barbados) descent, are physicians in anesthesia and pediatrics. His brother is an NYPD […]

The Fall Edition of the 2014 Journal of the Student National Medical Association is here!

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