The Muslim Student Association (MSA) seeks to support the Muslim students and other students of faith attending Ross University. They also aim to provide safe and comfortable spaces of prayer and meditation, while bringing awareness to the faith of Islam. My guests today are current students and officers of the MSA.
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Episode 30 - RUSM and Impostor Syndrome
21:36In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, this episode is about Impostor Syndrome. Although not officially recognized, Impostor Syndrome can be prevalent in those who are different than their peers, particularly in underrepresented demographics. In this episode I’m joined by Dr. Karie Gaska and current student Kinza Javed.
Episode 27 - Celebrating Black History Month: RUSM and Black Male Doctors organization
11:17The Black Male Doctors student organization is an academic, cultural and social support center for students of all origins, with a special focus on black male students and students of African-American descent. My guest today is the club President Tyeler Checkley.
Episode 26 - RUSM and the Surgery Interest Group
17:09Ross University students have the opportunity to participate in more than 40 clubs and organizations. No matter what your interest is, likely there is a group of like-minded students. In this episode, we will talk about the Surgery Interest Group.The SIG strives to strengthen the basic skills required to prepare our students for their surgical rounds and necessary procedural techniques for the field of surgery. My guests today are Matthew Pace and Stephen Stocker.
Episode 25 - RUSM Muslim Student Association
15:11The Muslim Student Association (MSA) seeks to support the Muslim students and other students of faith attending Ross University. They also aim to provide safe and comfortable spaces of prayer and meditation, while bringing awareness to the faith of Islam. My guests today are current students and officers of the MSA.
Episode 24 - RUSM and Matching as a Couple
14:24This week we continue to celebrate our graduates' success in Residency!! During the Residency MATCH process, applicants can apply as individuals or as a couple. Applying as a couple allows them to connect their rank order lists so they can match in the same geographic location. In this episode, Dr Yasmine Bargoti Gosey and Dr Bobby Gosey, share their experience matching as a couple.
Episode 23 - MATCH DAY! How the Residency MATCH works.
17:38The path to receiving your medical degree at Ross is exactly the same as those of US medical schools. Upon completion of the USMLEs, Ross students receive their MD degree and embark on a new path—residency!As of today, over 15000 graduates have reached their goal and matched at leading hospitals across the United States and Canada. The majority of our graduates secure residencies through the National Resident Matching Program. In this episode, Future Doctors Alyson Morgan and Kayla Blanchard talk about how Residency MATCH works and their personal experience.
Episode 22 - RUSM and Hematopathology
17:57Hematopathology or hemopathology is the study of diseases and disorders in blood cells, that affect their production, and any organs and tissues. This is a subspecialty of pathology that focuses on cancerous and non-cancerous conditions. In this episode Fellow Physician and RUSM alumnus Olumide Odeyemi shares his journey through his medical education.
Episode 21 - RUSM Canadian Student Association
13:29The Canadian Student Association at RUSM creates a home-away from home, supporting the Canadian students, and connecting them through events, shared values and experiences. Prime Minister and Secretary of the organization, Future Drs Radhika Bassi and Gurjot Ravi share their experiences as current students.
Episode 20 - RUSM and Plastic Surgery
21:54Plastic surgery is a highly competitive surgical specialty. It can be a reconstruction or an alteration of the body, for the purpose of rebuilding or improving a function, or cosmetic for improving physical appearance. Dr. Sola Fasusi, class of 2010, shares his experiences preparing for the MCAT, studying for med school and his residency training.