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Around the Globe Series: Featuring Monique Simpson

Around the Globe Series: Featuring Monique Simpson

Around the Globe Series International Affairs Committee SNMA members are active around the globe working to bridge health care disparities! If you have done research, elective or volunteer work in the realm of global health we would like to hear about it! Submissions to our Around the Globe Series can be submitted to international@snma.org. The […]

Daily Routines - Yonatan Yohannes

Daily Routines – Yonatan Yohannes

Bonjour SNMA! I am writing this article from Geneva, Switzerland, where I have been working for almost four weeks. While I have not grown homesick yet, I stop and think of the home, the United States, almost every day. These periods of daydreaming are usually triggered by something I would notice that is drastically different […]

Becoming Your Own Health Advocate

Becoming Your Own Health Advocate

This summer I decided it was time for a change. I was feeling powerless against the many reports I had been reading about African-Americans and their health. African-Americans are plagued with the highest risk factors for certain cancers, heart disease, and diabetes. Not wanting to become another statistic, I became interested in figuring out a […]

Welcome to the Fall 2011 Issue of JSNMA

Welcome to the Fall 2011 Issue of JSNMA

Happy New School Year and welcome to the Fall Issue of the JSNMA! Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Sarah Ann Anderson and I am an MD/PhD student at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. This year I will serve you as your National Publications Chairperson for SNMA. The Journal of the Student […]

Welcome Letter from Publications Vice-Chairperson - Graciano Petersen

Welcome Letter from Publications Vice-Chairperson – Graciano Petersen

Fall is a season of change in many different ways. It’s the season in which we transition from our more relaxed summers to our more regimented school schedules. It’s also the season in which we begin our slow descent into the chilling months of winter from the oppressive heat of the summer. My name is […]