Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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From isolated, diabetic, and depressed, to social, losing weight, and happy: just one example of dramatic patient transformations thanks to Dr. Jamile Ashmore ’88. On October 23, Dr. Ashmore came to talk about this case and his career in psychology to aspiring medical students in the Medical Society. “Dr. Ashmore works as the clinical director at Baylor Scott & White Hospital in...
Upon arriving at the Plano Presbyterian Hospital on September 23, 2011, members of the Medical Society were anxious about what they would encounter that day.  The Medical Society, one of Jesuit’s most extracurricular organizations, sponsors a unique program that allows juniors to shadow doctors at one Dallas or Plano area hospital. Jesuit’s Dallas shadowers, unfortunately, were not able to go...
On Monday, January 13, Robert Smith, MD, a cardiac surgeon, came to present to Jesuit's Medical Society to explain his path to becoming a successful cardiac surgeon. Dr. Smith is the Vice-Chair of Cardiac Surgery at Baylor Scott and White: The Heart Hospital Plano, where he focuses on the heart team approach to finding treatments of structural heart problems that limit...
His fingers shaking, his muscles flexing, his eyeballs bulging out of their sockets, the student frantically picks up the last bottle of medicine at Walmart, finally achieving his last service credit for the year. But, is getting service credits really what the medicine drive is all about?   The 2013 Jesuit Medicine Drive has come along and Ms. Jan Jones and...
Smiling children bustle cheerfully throughout a bright, happy kindergarten classroom, laughing, making new friends, and playing with toys. One child sits by himself, staring at the ground, repetitively moving a truck back and forth. Efforts from the other children to interact with this lonesome child are spurned and rejected. Most people have interacted with a person like this, an individual...
The crowd of Jesuit students gather around a small black stage. Suddenly, a large grey haired man in white scrubs walks into the room. The students immediately quiet down and take their seats. The doctor climbs onto the stage, along with his young intern, ready to talk about his new research over sports injuries and how athletes can minimize...
UT Southwestern Medical Center, one of the most prestigious medical research institutions in the world, takes pride in their four Nobel laureates (awards), which is more than any other medical school in the world. Promoting the significance of research, UT Southwestern Medical Center holds a highly selective and renowned research program called STARS (Science Teacher Access to Resources at Southwestern),...
Do you know what the term is for having worms in your brain?! If you were in the Jesuit Medical Society you would. (By the way, its called neurocysticercosis) Jesuit’s Medical Society had its first meeting on Monday, September 24, 2019, and along with this, its Structure Function class also started this month.  First Meeting During its first meeting, Jesuit Medical Society,...

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