Becoming a Surgeon-Scientist: My Transition From Fellowship to Faculty 

  Recently I sat on a panel of academic obstetricians and gynecologists for a medical student interest group meeting. I represented the gynecologic oncology subspecialty and […]

Developing a Career in a Hybrid Academic/Community Practice 

  Choosing a Hybrid Practice The prospect of finding a job as I neared the end of my fellowship was both thrilling and anxiety provoking, given […]

Pressing the Restart Button as a New Postgraduate From Fellowship: Year No. 1 

After 10 years of medical education, I had finally done it! I had finished my medical oncology and hematology fellowship at Duke University and started as […]

Choosing and Managing a Career as a Community Practitioner

  The Community Practice Choice  In the latter half of my fellowship training at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri, I had the opportunity to choose […]

Growing My Practice, Keeping Up With Medical Knowledge, and Handling Adverse Outcomes

  Becoming an attending physician in our field requires a decade of hard work and is a test of both physical and mental endurance. It’s no […]