Medical Student Alumni

“Choose to be Part of the Dialogue:” Commencement 2021

Elizabeth LynchWritten by Elizabeth Lynch, M.D.’21
Medical school is a grueling and isolating experience at times, and it can take a mental and physical toll on students. Before I begin, I want to take a moment to remember a peer who is not here. Collins Oguejiofor was in the Class of 2022 and he died almost a year ago. Although he was not in our cohort, his magnanimous personality permeated our student body. Collins was a beautiful soul, and no measurement or epithet could ever encapsulate the value of his life, so I will not attempt to. The world will never be as magnificent without him. Read more

Creating a Podcast: The V Word

I came to medicine via politics and not the other way around. This dual passion led me to start the first podcast by an obstetrician-gynecologist, called The V Word, where one of my colleagues, Dr. Jenn Conti, and I discuss topics related to reproductive health.
I came to medicine via politics and not the other way around. This dual passion led me to start the first podcast by an obstetrician-gynecologist, called The V Word, where one of my colleagues, Dr. Jenn Conti, and I discuss topics related to reproductive health. Read more…