Episode 116: Human dx unknown with Arsalan and Wake Forest residents – Nasal congestion and rigors

Dr. Meredith Lash Dardia presents a Human Dx case to Arsalan & Wake Forest residents – Drs. Maus and Brooks.

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Human Dx Case

Dr. Meredith Lash Dardia

Dr. Meredith Lash-Dardia is an internist at Weill Cornell Medical Associates in NYC. She graduated with a BA from Rutgers University and an MD from Rutgers Medical School (formerly UMDNJ). She did her training at Mount Sinai in NYC. Her areas of interest include preventative wellness, medical student teaching, as well as quality and patient safety initiatives. In her spare time, she works on local political campaigns and is involved in grassroots activism

Dr. Taylor Brooks

Taylor Brooks is in his third year of residency at Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Internal Medicine Residency (let’s go Deacs!). Originally from Ohio, Taylor spent his college years at The Ohio State University (let’s go Bucks!). He then completed medical school at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (let’s go Bearcats!). Aside from loving all of his alma maters equally, Taylor’s professional goals are to become a physician scientist, researching blood cancers and treating the patients who have them. He also hopes to one day teach the joys of academic hematology to internal medicine residents. In his free time, Taylor enjoys traveling the world with his amazing wife Cassandra, and throwing a ball around with his awesome Bernedoodle, Winston

Dr. Sarah Maus

Sarah Maus is currently a third year Internal Medicine resident at Wake Forest School of Medicine. She grew up in Springfield, IL before heading to Lexington, KY to complete undergraduate and medical school. She will be staying at Wake Forest next year as a Chief Resident, and hopes to pursue Hematology Oncology fellowship after her chief year. Outside of medicine, Sarah enjoys hiking in the mountains of North Carolina, playing tennis with friends, and spending quality time with family and her dog, Mila.