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Humans of Greenville: Anna Quantrille

In the spring, Humans of Greenville (@humansofgvl on Instagram) did a series of posts about Class of 2017 student Anna Quantrille, M.D. Dr. Quantrille is…

How Far Can You Stretch a Chicken: Financial Literacy at USCSOMG

The cost required to become a doctor is not getting any cheaper. Far from it, actually. Medical school (and the rest of advanced education, for…

Slump in the Second Year

I am nearing the end of my second year of medical school, and I think it is almost universally true that at this point in…

It’s Hard to Come Down the Mountain

It took me three tries to reach the top of my first mountain. Coming to Greenville from Charleston I was excited about the prospect of…

A Commitment on My Family’s Behalf

I was unemployed the day my daughter was born. Instead of taking her home to a decorated nursery, she joined us in the cramped spare…

President of the Class of 2020

The first blog contributor from the Class of 2020 was recently voted as the class president (the first female class president at USCSOMG!). Congratulations, Leanne…

Patience for Patients

Everyone in the world has heard the cliché statement that patience is a virtue. It is the bread and butter of all desirable traits, of…

What I Love About Working in Student Affairs

Growing up I had always thought I would end up in a health-related field.  After realizing I am squeamish around vomit, pass out when blood…

USCSOMG SmugMug

Did you know the University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville is on SmugMug? Check out all of the photos from our latest events…

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Two Little Letters

M.D. When I was accepted into USCSOM Greenville and committed to attending this school, my mom got me two decorative Scrabble letters – I love board…