Welcome back to the short coat podcast. The show that gives you an honest look at medical school, a production of the university of Iowa, Carver college of medicine. I'm Dave Etler, but what's really important this, I mean, pay attention listeners, pay attention. What's really important in my co-hosts on today's show, never in the history of this podcast.
Has there been a more intelligent, more compassionate, more collaborative, more organized, purposeful, reliable self-directed and open-minded group of medical student. Co-hosts a prime example of these traits, which I picked out of 317 positive character traits that I found on some random website is MTU Nicole Heinz,
uh, say hello to a top-notch MD/PhD students, Savannah, uh, Ruma gum, and, over here we've got, her intelligence is matched only by her stress level. It's MD/PhD student Riley B Han Bush, and joining us for the first time. sort of all the way from Shanghai. China is. mouse song. Yay. Yep. Let's
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