Sir Paul Nurse: University of Bristol’s New Chancellor!

     On Wednesday, 22nd of March, marked a monumental day. And with most monumental events in Bristol, it took place in the Great Hall of the Will’s Memorial Building. So, after a failed session of attempting to write up notes on heart arrhythmias, I skedaddled down to the post office room, because I forgot… Read More Sir Paul Nurse: University of Bristol’s New Chancellor!

Anatomy Thanksgiving Day: Meeting Families Who Donated Cadavers

*Warning: this post contains explicit details about cadavers.  Last Thursday, I attended Bristol’s annual Anatomy Thanksgiving Event in the Great Hall of the Wills Memorial Building. It was a beautiful service, giving the opportunity for students and staff to express their appreciation and thanks to the families of those who donated their bodies to the Centre… Read More Anatomy Thanksgiving Day: Meeting Families Who Donated Cadavers

Skull

Despite having examined juvenile skulls frequently in the past anatomy sessions, I am still always in awe at how breathtakingly light and fragile they are. And as I trace my fingers over the fontanelles in amazement, I’m constantly thinking to myself, “This will never get old.” ©TMK

5 Social Media Tactics Freshers Deal With Homesickness

I’ve noticed quite a few ways freshers (including myself) communicate with their friends and family via social media, so here is an unstructured framework of that. Maybe a tad more geared towards international students. Specifically Asians. Maybe not. Facebook Sharing friendship anniversaries “___ and ___ are celebrating 6 years of friendship on Facebook!” complete with… Read More 5 Social Media Tactics Freshers Deal With Homesickness