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Rui Dai

Editor-in-Chief
Rui is a MD/PhD student currently pursing a PhD at Duke University.

Lindsey Chew

Managing Editor
Lindsey is a third year MD/PhD student at Duke University School of Medicine

Megha Gupta

Managing Editor
Megha is a third year medical student at the Duke University School of Medicine

Rosa Yang

Managing Editor
Rosa is third year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

S. Tammy Hsu, MD

Associate Editor
Tammy is first year resident at the Duke University Medical Center

Sarah Hodges

Associate Editor
Sarah is a fourth year medical student at the Duke University School of Medicine

Norah Karlovich

Associate Editor
Norah is a fourth year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Shan McBurney-Lin

Associate Editor
Shan is a fourth year MD/MBA candidate at Duke University School of Medicine.

Thao Nguyen

Associate Editor
Thao is a fourth year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Zachary Smothers

Associate Editor
Zachary is a fourth year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Austin Ayer

Associate Editor
Austin is a second year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Emily Hatheway

Associate Editor
Emily is a second year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Kira Panzer

Associate Editor
Kira is a second year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Seth Flynn

Associate Editor
Seth is a second year medical student at Duke University School of Medicine

Jeffrey Baker, MD PhD

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Jeffrey Baker is a Professor of Pediatrics and Practice of History, and the director of the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities, and History of Medicine.

Brian Quaranta, MD

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Brian Quaranta is an associate professor of radiation oncology, with experience in a wide spectrum of cancers in both curative and palliative situations, with a particular interest in treating prostate and breast cancers.

Sneha Mantri, MD

Faculty Advisor
Dr. Sneha Mantri is an Assistant Professor of Neurology, specializing in movement disorders and has obtained a masters degree in narrative writing.

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