The Path to Online Peace: @DrVes

I was having a twonversation with Dr.Ves of Clinical Cases and Images blog fame, and I was wondering how he keeps doing so many things all at once, and it was then that he said: And this really makes such great sense! Although I am not a prolific blogger, I have such a hard … Continue reading The Path to Online Peace: @DrVes

Introducing DermCOW

I would like to introduce this new weblog which is the by product of a discussion initiated by Dr. David Elpern of Cell2Soul fame. It is essentially an extension of the academic interest group called Tabula Rasa, which I initiated on Facebook. This new weblog seeks to discuss one Dermatology case every week (Now get … Continue reading Introducing DermCOW

On the Wrong Side of Right…

A terrific TED talk that I stumbled on Dr. Ravi’s Posterous blog. A great bit: “The way to succeed in life is to never make any mistakes: we learn these really bad lessons really well.” The thing that struck at me in this narrative, which I zoned out for a little bit at the end, … Continue reading On the Wrong Side of Right…

Just Like Olden Days

This was bound to happen sooner rather than later. A side with a decent spin department was bound to trap the Kolkata Knight Riders in their own trap. So Kochi, the new kids on the IPL block, were to face off with the old losers, KKR. Batting first, Kochi opened with long time KKR gunner, … Continue reading Just Like Olden Days

Pulitzer for American Oncologist

Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, assistant professor of medicine at Columbia University and a staff cancer physician at Columbia University Medical Centre, has been awarded the Pulitzer prize in the general non fiction category for his book, “The Emperor of Maladies: A Biography of Cancer”. He is a graduate from Stanford University, University of Oxford and Harvard Medical … Continue reading Pulitzer for American Oncologist