Dr. Dale of DiverseMedicine shares some key tips with early college students. If taken seriously, students who take heed to these suggestions can set themselves apart early in their college careers.
This is a very controversial topic somewhat pertaining to conformity and individuality. I would love to hear what people have to say about this. Agree or disagree? I hope it makes you think. You’ll never be a doctor! How many of you have heard this before? How many of you have been told that you […]
Your medical school interview is by far the most important aspect of getting into medical school. This is the time when you are able to convince the interviewers that you are worthy candidate to be accepted into the incoming class. You only get one chance at it, do it right. Dr. Adesina, Dean of Education […]
Throughout childhood, I was constantly among the few minority students in my class. Beyond that, more often than not, I have been the only black male. Thinking back to my undergrad years, there were times that I looked for guidance and didn’t know where to get it from. People in my classes did not look […]
Dr. Daniel of DiverseMedicine is out to make a difference. After completing his Endocrinology Fellowship at Duke University Medical Center, he moved to Lumberton, North Carolina to take on Diabetes! Lumberton is one of the most impoverished cities in the United States, and with poverty often comes bad health habits which can lead to diabetes! […]