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The AOCPMR Podcast: Dr. Nathan Darji, DO - Harvard Spaulding Rehab Brain Injury Fellow
36:15Welcome back to another episode of the fellowship series from the AOCPMR resident council. In this new podcast, we are pleased to have Dr. Nathan Darji who is a Brain Injury fellow at Harvard Spaulding Rehab to be our AOCPMR podcast guest. In this episode, Dr. Darji will share more about his recent experience as a new fellow at Harvard Spaulding Rehab Brain Injury Fellowship, his advices on how to match into Brain Injury Fellowship especially during this new virtual interview environment, what is the general timeline, and what are some of the requirements to pursue this subspecialty of PMR. The views, opinions, and factual statements presented in this video are those of the presenter alone and do not reflect the views, beliefs, and/or policy statements of the American Osteopathic College of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, its affiliate organizations, members, or governing council. Medical statements made in this or other AOCPMR videos should not be treated as individual medical advice: consult your physician and/or other medical care providers before undertaking or discontinuing any course of medical treatment.
Dr. Andriana Tompary, DO, UNC PMR - Journey into PM&R, a typical day in the life of a PM&R resident
46:45In this episode of the AOCPMR Podcast, Student Doctor Shahana Momin sits down with Dr. Andriana Tompary, a PGY-II at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to talk about her journey into PM&R, a typical day in the life of a PM&R resident, the effects of Covid-19 on medical trainees, and advice for students interested in PM&R residencies.
Dr. Komal Patel - Brain Injury Physiatrist at George Washington University
34:12Continuing our fellowship series from the AOCPMR resident council, we welcome Dr. Komal Patel who is a brain injury physiatrist at George Washington University to our AOCPMR podcast. In this episode, Dr. Patel will share his journey in the field of PMR and helpful insights in pursuing fellowships in Brain Injury Fellowship.
Dr. Peter Park- Washington University in St. Louis
34:37In this episode of the AOCPMR Podcast, Student Doctor Loc Lam sits down with Dr. Peter Park, a PGY-2 at Washington University in St. Louis. We discuss his journey to PM&R, his takes on a day in the life of a PM&R resident in St. Louis, MO, and his advice for medical students in the upcoming ERAS2021 interview season.
Dr. Reisman - University of Minnesota
49:01In this episode of the AOCPMR Podcast, Student Doctor Loc Lam sits down with Dr. Jonathan Reisman, a PGY-3 at the University of Minnesota. We discussed his journey to physical medicine and rehabilitation residency, choosing a residency and why he chose the University of Minnesota, and his dive into medical education in a virtual world through FoamPMR.
Dr. Matthew Cowling
26:47In this episode of the AOCPMR Podcast, our host Student Doctor Jake Eggett sits down with Dr. Matthew Cowling, a resident physician at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, an avid crossfit athlete, and a former football player. We talk about how he found physiatry, crossfit, nutrition, and more!
1:04:52To kickstart our Fellowship Series as part of the AOCPMR Podcast, Dr. Chanel Davidoff and Student Doctor Jake Eggett spoke with Dr. Nadia Zaman, a recent Sports Medicine Fellowship graduate from Mount Sinai in New York City, NY. We discussed her journey into PM&R, how she decided on sports medicine, tips to set yourself up for success as a sports fellowship candidate, and how COVID-19 affected her fellowship year.
Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez
28:05In this episode of the AOCPMR Podcast, Student Doctor Jake Eggett talked with Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, an academic physiatrist who is the chair for the UT Health San Antonio PM&R department. Dr. Verduzco-Gutierrez is an accomplished leader in the field and has a passion for educating PM&R trainees. We discussed her journey into medicine, the UT Health San Antonio PM&R residency program, the COVID-19 pandemic, and advice for medical students pursuing PM&R in this unique application cycle. You can find Dr. Verduzco-Gutierrez on Twitter at @MVGutierrezMD
The AOCPMR Podcast - Dr. Brian Sutterer
43:43In this episode of the AOCPMR podcast, Student Doctor Jake Eggett sits down with Dr. Brian Sutterer, a PGY-3 PM&R resident at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Sutterer is best known for his YouTube channel where he covers the injuries of high-profile athletes. Since launching his channel 3 years ago, Dr. Sutterer has amassed 229,000 subscribers and accumulated over 22 million views on his videos. We discussed his YouTube success, the PM&R residency program at the Mayo Clinic, and the challenges of applying for residency during the COVID-19 pandemic. You can find Dr. Sutterer on Youtube and Twitter. Doctor Brian Sutterer Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHlB... Doctor Brian Sutterer Twitter: https://twitter.com/b_sutterer
Dr. Lindsey Migliore on Esports Medicine
54:44In this episode of the AOCPMR podcast, our new host, Student Doctor Jake Eggett, sits down with Dr. Lindsey Migliore for a conversation about a relatively new area of medicine: Esports Medicine. Dr. Migliore is a PGY-4 resident at the Georgetown MedStar PM&R residency program. She is known for popularizing esports among the traditional medical community and has spoken at national conferences on the subject. In this interview, we talk about esports, the Georgetown residency program, working as a resident during the COVID pandemic, and incorporating OMT in the treatment of gaming injuries. You can find Dr. Migliore on Twitter at @GamerDoc