Anastomosis represents the connection of two previously separate lives, one that strengthens flow by allowing one to support the other in tough times. Thus, Anastomosed is the blog of C and T, a couple in their first second third year of medical school, at two different institutions. [Now engaged!]

But really, we’re mostly just here to geek out. Enjoy!






13 thoughts on “About

  1. Could you configure your blog so that its RSS feed show full text instead of summary? (Settings …. Reading … For each article in a feed, show …) Thanks! 🙂

  2. Oh wow, me & my fiancé are also about to start medical school together in the fall! How strange, I’m also debating keeping an online journal about it. Can’t wait to read more! (and agree with the need for an RSS feed 🙂 )

  3. Hi C&T, At Accepted.com we’re working on a new blog series on med school applicants bloggers We’d love to interview you two about your experience so far. Do you have some time to answer our questions? It’s not too long, I promise!

    Thanks, Sarah

  4. Pls contact me re ADA findings and settlement for med students previously not allowed to enroll due to chronic Hep B infection.

  5. Hi I love your blog! I am so happy I found it. I am about to take my MCAT (tomorrow actually) and am applying this year to medical school. Would either of you have time/be willing to answer a few questions I have over email? I’d really appreciate it.

  6. Hi, I’m kind of curious if you could let a researcher have access to the US News Historical Ranking data that you posted many months ago. It looks like you did more than just the top 20, and that would be really helpful for my disssertation! Please?

  7. Hi C&T! I’d love to see if you’d be interested in helping us promote a new scholarship for 3rd year medical students.

    I’m Sarah Kim from One Medical Group, an innovative primary care practice with 27 offices in the U.S. We’re a tech-friendly, customer service-oriented doctor’s office. From mobile apps that help manage one’s health on-the-go, to quick and easy access to doctors and appointments, we’re reinventing primary care from the ground up!

    If you’re interested in writing a short article on the scholarship or even collaborating in different ways, I’d love to hear from you!

  8. Hi C&T, While looking through your blog, I stumbled upon your useful medical school tips. Luckily we (Lecturio) provide med students with a huge free USMLE QBank which could be of use for you and your readership. If you´re interested, just write me back and we can further discuss my proposal. All the best, Till

  9. Really enjoyed your blog. You provide a lot of high quality information. I’m currently a dermatology resident who developed a interview video series to help people match to their dream residency’s. Check it out at http://www.residencyinterviewquestions.com – I think it would of interest to your readers. We’d appreciate any mention at all!

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