Spotlight: VaxZine

guest post by Natalie Honan Starting medical school, I thought I was entering a field where there was always a right answer: one correct multiple choice option, one specific shape of cell to look for under the microscope, or one certain tried-and-true treatment for most ailments I’d encounter. With lectures focused on basic science, I memorized the protocol for every problem. In the beginning, I didn’t see much of a place for creativity in medical school.  One pandemic, a virtual school year, a handful of major world events, and the first half of my medical training behind me, I was … Continue reading Spotlight: VaxZine