Urologic, Reconstructive, and Transplant Surgeon
at Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School
Internal Medicine Resident Physician
at The Massachusetts General Hospital
at the Tufts School of Medicine
Internal Medicine Resident at
at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Columbia University Medical Center
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I’m often surprised to find out some of the amazing and innovative things my fellow physicians are doing, but up until now there’s been no place for all of us to share these experiences. I founded Medstro to give physicians a private, comfortable space for physicians only to talk about their charity work, research, philanthropy, entrepreneurship and innovation.
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When I was a med student, I knew that I needed to network with influential attendings in order to get the recommendations that would get me into a top residency program. Unfortunately most medical schools are “siloed” which means it’s hard to network outside your own institution. That’s why I created the “Medstro Jobs” database so that med students can find research projects outside of their institution to volunteer and expand their networks.
For residents, fellows and even attendings, it’s always great if you can supplement your income and pay down those student loans. However, there isn’t anywhere on the Internet to find these non-traditional jobs (moonlighting, consulting, second-opinion services, tele-health, etc.). Until now. The “Medstro Jobs” database allows you to search specifically for these types of jobs in your specialty and location.