Dr. Zaven Sargsyan presents a Human Dx clinical unknown to student Dr. Levine, Dr. Rice and Rabih
Emma Levine is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of California, San Francisco, applying to Internal Medicine residency programs this fall. She is interested in clinical and epidemiological research, medical education, and clinical reasoning. Her clinical interests include gastroenterology, with a special interest on how we can use food to heal the gut and better understanding the gut microbiome, as well as palliative care.
When not in the hospital, Emma enjoys training and teaching as a barre instructor, traveling the world with her family, and exploring restaurants in San Francisco and abroad.
Dr. Brooke Rice
Brooke Rice is currently an internal medicine intern at Boston Medical Center. She is originally from Boston; she completed college at Harvard University and taught math in Morocco before attending medical school at the University of California, San Francisco, and then finally ending up back in Boston again. She is interested in medical education and clinical research, and outside the hospital she enjoys cooking (and eating) Italian food, reading true crime novels, and all the summertime activities.
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Special thanks to Drs. Zaven Sargsyan and Anand Patel for creating and editing the case.