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Episode 290 – Neurology VMR – Vertigo

We continue our campaign to #EndNeurophobia, with the help of Dr. Aaron Berkowitz. This time, Dr. Gabriela Pucci presents a case of right arm weakness to Promise and Ravi. 

Promise Lee @promiseflee

Promise Lee is currently a 3rd year medical student at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. She is an aspiring internal medicine physician with interests in GI, obesity medicine, public health, and clinical reasoning. Outside of medicine, Promise is a food and fitness enthusiast who loves enjoying the outdoors, spending time with family and friends, and experimenting with new recipes.


Gabriela Figueiredo Pucci @gabifpucci

Gabriela Figueiredo Pucci, MD, is a Neurology PGY 1 at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Originally from Brazil, she graduated from Unicamp and completed her first Neurology residency at UNESP. She is enthusiastic about breaking down complex Neurology topics into infographics on her website ( She is passionate about Clinical Reasoning and loves to be part of the CPSolvers. On her free time, she likes to travel, cook, bake, and watch competitive cooking and baking reality shows.

Ravi Singh @rav7ks

Ravi (Ravitej) Singh is originally from Greenwich, London U.K where he grew up playing soccer and rugby. He attended medical school at University of Debrecen, Hungary and completed residency at Medstar Harbor Hospital in Baltimore. Currently he is an associate program director for Sinai Hospital IM residency program in Baltimore as well as a Hospitalist on the teaching service. He is a faculty member at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and takes time out of his schedule to run a series of case-based teaching sessions as well as medical simulation with all of the medical students that rotate at Sinai throughout the year. He is also a co-chair of the ACP Maryland IMG committee where he advocates for IMG issues Jo and highlights their contributions to the healthcare system


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