Anatomy is nuts. It's so cool. Dissecting is awesome. You're seeing all these amazing things in the body and are constantly surprised and in awe, but the studying is rough. SLU has squeezed our anatomy course into 7 weeks and there is so much to learn. We have tons of resources - websites, textbooks, Powerpoint lectures, flash cards, the cadaver lab -- all to try to help us memorize it all and make sense of things spatially. It's a strange feeling to be in a class where it's pretty much . . .
Before I started medical school (so basically three weeks ago) I had no idea what a typical day would be like. Would I go to class? How much class? Did I just study all day? What else is there to do? So, I thought I'd put together a day-in-the-life for a new first-year med student (M1 or MS1). This is a pretty typical Wednesday, though you'll see some of my classes were just recordings which isn't usually the case. Right now we are taking Cellular and Molecular Biology as our main course, but . . .