Episode 10 – Mike Natter

While working in the field of medicine can certainly be rewarding, it seems to be, more often than not, physically exhausting, depressing, and mentally draining. But our next guest has been using his gifts in graphic art to help empathize with the struggle and give us a little reprieve when the it all just seems…

Episode 9 – Dr. Timothy Harlan

What did you eat last night for dinner? And what are you eating tomorrow morning for breakfast? Do you know? In a world where we seem to only be getting busier, our next guest advocates that more planning, not less, is the key to living healthier and longer lives. Dr. Timothy Harlan became a restaurant…

Episode 8 – Dr. Ajay Major

Storytelling is a practice that has been proven to build community, inspire empathy, and incite change. So when you combine that with medicine and go beyond the science, the algorithms, and the data, you’ll find the art in medicine that our next guest is an expert in cultivating. Dr. Ajay Major is an internal medicine…

Episode 7 – Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran

When Adam Grant, the author of the book Give and Take and professor at the Wharton School of Business, defined givers as someone who strives to be generous in sharing their time, energy, knowledge, and skills with other people who might benefit from them, he must have been talking about today’s guest, Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran.…

Episode 6 – Sketchy Medical

The classic image our society has of entrepreneurs are college kids tinkering away in their dorm rooms. Now, we learn that medical education has its own representatives. When Andrew Berg, Saud Siddiqui, and Brian Lemieux began showing off their doodles in their attempt to learn microbiology at UC Irvine School of Medicine, they never imagined…