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Hangout with Stanford’s Internal Medicine Residency program on Jan. 28

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be an internal medicine resident at Stanford? Now’s your chance to learn more.

This Thursday, Stanford’s Internal Medicine Residency program will host a Google+ Hangout. Tune in at 1 PM Pacific to hear from program leadership and current residents as they share their experiences and answer questions about life at Stanford. Ron Witteles, MD,  program director and an associate professor of medicine, will moderate the one-hour discussion, which will touch on a variety of topics, including mentorship programs and research opportunities.

You can join the conversation here.

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