January 14, 2009, - 12:35 pm

Print Out For Future Reference: Meet HAMAS’ Future American Doctors

By Debbie Schlussel
On this site, I’ve written in extensive detail about (and compiled a long list of) the various Muslim doctors who’ve headed terrorist groups, perpetrated terrorist plots, and, in at least one case, deliberately let his Jewish patient die by refusing to treat him (right here in America). And don’t forget Dr. Yazeed Essa, the Palestinian Muslim doctor, who drugged and murdered his pregnant wife in a car crash, then fled to the Mid-East. Today, he was held on $75 million bail (he was finally returned to Cleveland from Cyprus to face justice, after a year and a half of Muslim Cypriot pontificating).
Now, I want you to print out this list, below, of all of America’s (and some Canadian and foreign) medical students who are open supporters of HAMAS against Israel. They’ve all signed an anti-Israel (and let’s face it–Pro-HAMAS) petition that is circulating throughout the world’s medical schools and medical communities. (Since this list is constantly updating, I’ll try to update it, too.) If they have no problem with Islamic terrorists brutally murdering innocent civilians, imagine what they have no prob doing to your body.

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The Hypocritic Oath: First, Do Harm and Support HAMAS

Save this list for the future, as I don’t think it’s in your best interest to go to any of these future doctors–you never know what politics will be entering into their treatment of you. Best advised to keep these people far away from your life and limb.
Oh, and a few other points to keep in mind:
1) America’s Jews, whom these anti-Semites hate, are the biggest donors to most of these medical schools listed. How many of these anti-Semites (and some Jewish self-haters) are going to medical schools that remain open because of Jewish donors? Most of ‘em.
Here’s an example from from the November 14, 2008 issue of “The Michigan Difference,” the University of Michigan’s promotional publication capping off the school’s 2008 capital campaign (which raised a record $3.116 Billion).
In the section on “Science, Technology and Environment,” the front page highlighted the new Taubman Scholars program, created to enable top med school scientist to pursue promising research. The U-M hospital is named the Taubman Center and that he funded the A. Alfred Taubman Medical Research Insititute. A. Alfred Taubman is a pro-Israel Jew.
Some of these pro-HAMAS future MDs are students at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, which is a Jewish school and part of Yeshiva University. It was set-up to help Jews pursuing medicine to avoid anti-Semitism and discrimination far milder than the HAMAS version that these idiot signatories don’t seem to have a prob with. Nauseating.
2) Many of these students are Muslim aliens who are here to study medicine because their places in our tax-funded medical schools (even the private medical schools with large endowments, like Harvard, get a ton of federal money for studies and in financial aid support for students). How many of these alien Muslim students are in our tax-supported medical schools in place of American students who wanted to become doctors, but their spots were given to these HAMASniks? Far too many.
3) Israel is well-known for treating and providing excellent medical care even to Islamic terrorists who attacked them and Palestinians bent on their destruction. On the other hand, HAMAS is not allowing a number of wounded Palestinians to go to hospitals to seek medical care. That these medical students would sign this, is a disgrace.
4) A significant portion of advanced medical discoveries, inventions, and technology, today, come from the Israelis. Since these future docs hate Israel, perhaps these doctors should bar themselves from using any of these advances created and developed by the “Evil Zionist Entity” and stick to the barbaric, um, “methods” of HAMAS healthcare (like beheadings, IEDs, and throwing people off buildings).
Also highlighted in “The Michigan Difference” University of Michigan publication, on page 3 of the second section, there is an article entitled, “Named Directorship and Support for Discovery at LSI [Life Science Institute].” The article features the UM/Israeli Universities Research Partnership and notes this:

The UM/Israeli Universities Research Partnership promotes a fresh model of global research. Support from donors [DS: lists all the donors]. . . enables LSI scientists and graduate students to build international collaborations with their peers from leading universities and institutes in Israel — home to some of the world’s most advanced life sciences research. The Innovation Partnership equips LSI scientists to commercialize lab discoveries that could lead to new therapies for cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s.

Well, perhaps these anti-Israel future doctors should opt out on these “Evil Zionist Entity” medical discoveries.
Here is the list of those who signed the petition, but first there is the letter from far-left Jewish Harvard Medical School student, Simeon Kimmel, one of the petition’s authors, who is circulating it:

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Would You Want Him to Operate on You?: Future Doctor, Current HAMAS Supporter, and Harvard Med Student Simeon “Sim” Kimmel

Hi all,
A number of us from HMS with medical students at Tufts and BU have
written a letter in solidarity with the civilians in Gaza who are
suffering a health and human rights catastrophe. As a Jew, I feel
like I have a particular responsibility to speak up. We will be
submitting this to the student version of the Lancet. We invite you
to add your voices. We are working on organizing an event where
physicians who have worked on the ground in Gaza recently will share
their experiences and will keep you posted.
Best,
Sim Kimmel

HAMAS-Friendly Future Doctors Who Authored the anti-Israel Petition:
Rami Abdou, Boston University School of Medicine, MSI
Iyah Romm, Boston University School of Medicine, MSI
Davida Schiff, Boston University School of Medicine, MSI
Kirsten Austad, Harvard Medical School, MSI
Sam Dubal, Harvard Medical School, MSI
Simeon Kimmel, Harvard Medical School, MSI
Eugene Schiff, Tufts University School of Medicine, MSI
List of HAMAS-Friendly Future Docs:
Fazia Mir, Aga Khan University Karachi, Pakistan, MS IV
Ferheen Shamim, Albany Medical College, MS III
Sta. Ana Victor, Albany Medical College, MS IV
Michael Berlin, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MS II
Mandeep Cheema, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MS II
Rachel Fremont, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MD/PhD
Surah Grumet, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MD/PhD
Ehsan Jazini, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MS II
Enko Kiprilov, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MD/PhD
Yamileth Martinez, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MS II
Stefan Muehlbauer, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MD/PhD
Daniel O’Neil, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MS II
Sami Saba, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MS II
Mia Shapiro, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, MS II
Saira Alimohamed, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
[Continue Reading, List of Many Medical Students for HAMAS Continues]


Thelma Claire Alleyne, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
Sonia Aneja, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
Atena Asiaii, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS I
Michelle Bravo, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS I
Querida Campbell, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS I
Alicia Carranza, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Flavio Casoy, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
Candace Coleman, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS III
Gul Dolen, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MD/PhD
Zachary Ginsberg, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
Ryan Graddy, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS I
Isaac Howley, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS III
Joel Huleatt, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Joelle Karlik, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS I
Lamia Khan, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS I
Salman Khan, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS I
Bonnie Lau, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MD/PhD
Albert Lin, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Marina MacNamara, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS I
Ross Martini, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Zara Mathews, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Marie Nguyen, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS III
Greg Radin, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Sareh Rajaee, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS III
Jack Rusley, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
Dan Schwarz, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS III
Dhvani Shah, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Ammar Shaikhouni, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MD/PhD
Jesse Soodalter, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
Stephanie Tecun, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
Peter Than, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Sarah Wakeman, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS IV
Heidi Wilder, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Nusrat Zaman, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS III
Ali Zarrabi, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, MS II
Khalid Anam, American University of Antigua College of Medicine, MS I
Kavya Rao, American University of Antigua College of Medicine, MS III
Meha Varma, American University of Antigua College of Medicine, MS II
Ali Azeem, American University of the Caribbean, MS III
Anam Azeem, American University of the Caribbean , MS II
Cynthia Krueger, AT Still University, MS II
Tarek El Ahmadieh, Beirut Arab University, MS IV
Vinay Aggarwal, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Melanie Andersen, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Yoon-Soo Bae, Boston University School of Medicine, MS IV
Aylin Bilgutay, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Celina Cepeda, Boston University School of Medicine, MS III
Kevin Chapla, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Andrew Chrisman, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Caitlin Christie, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Frank Coughlin, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Erica Delsman, Boston University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Albert Do, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Joseph Donahue, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Nicole Dumas, Boston University School of Medicine, MS IV
Bellfield Edward, Boston University School of Medicine, MS III
Sridevi Ellickal, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Anahita Fallahi, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Danielle Farrar, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Robert Feeley, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Robert Freilich, Boston University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Joanna Gan, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Anish Geevarghese, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Jessica Gereige, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Doreen Gidali, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Francisco Giral-Irby, Boston University School of Medicine, MS IV
Amelia Haas, Boston University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Sara Haidar, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Roxane Handal, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Frank Hao, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Aniruddha Hazra, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Jennifer Hensley, Boston University School of Medicine, MS IV
Lauren Hittson, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Sumaya Huque, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Tara Kantharaj, Boston University School of Medicine, MS III
Naima Khamsi, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Alexander Lankowski, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
James Lesher, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Lina Nazartchouk, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Haig Panossian, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Jason Poirier, Boston University School of Medicine, MS IV
Victor Polshin, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Stephanie Portes, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Vassiliki Pravodelov, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Ruju Rai, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Patel Rajesh, Boston University School of Medicine, MS IV
Samara Rifkin, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Charlena Robinson, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
James Saint John, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Max Seaton, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Ryan Seibert, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Athul Seshadri, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Ankur Shah, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Neil Shah, Boston University School of Medicine, MS III
Paramjit Singh, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
David Stepien, Boston University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Samir Sur, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Jeffrey Tan, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Nannan Thirumavalavan, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Ming Tsao, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Jin Xu, Boston University School of Medicine, MS I
Huai Jen Yang, Boston University School of Medicine, MS II
Hilde Gundersen, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK, MS II
Raphael Rogans-Watson, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK, MS IV
Ahmed Abdel-Hady, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS I
Reem Alkadhi, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS III
Lynda Bridges, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS III
Marcus Carden, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS IV
Joshua Corsa, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS I
Matthew Draughon, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS II
Brandy Edwards, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS II
Victoria Elliot, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS II
Brooke Frankel, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS II
Kyle Geissler, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS IV
Elena Grebenciucova, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS I
Jose Hernandez, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS IV
Bryan Howington, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS I
Heath Jones, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS IV
Eva Kyritsis, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS IV
Aadil Lodhi, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS I
Adnan Mustafa, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS IV
Michael Ritchie, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS IV
Lily Rogers, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS II
Oussama Saleh, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS II
Rita Sridaran, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS III
Anita Unnithan, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS II
Jennifer Vu, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, MS II
Laura Janneck, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, MS IV
Constance Liu, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Neeta Makhija, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, MS II
Peter Moyer, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, MS II
Neil Nixdorff, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, MS IV
Leila Piran, Catholic University, MD/PhD
Neeral Sheth, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Alida Gertz, Cleveland Clinic/Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Benjamin Bodnar, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, MS IV
Sarah Goglin, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, MS IV
Marc Manseau, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, MS IV
Andres Mendez, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, MS II
Maxwell Merkow, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, MS IV
Haitham Ahmed, Dartmouth Medical School, MS IV
Omri Ayalon, Dartmouth Medical School, MS IV
Samuel Bakhoum, Dartmouth Medical School, MD/PhD
Patrick Coady, Dartmouth Medical School, MS IV
Pete Harris, Dartmouth Medical School, MS I
Matthew Ippolito, Dartmouth Medical School, MS II
Ryan Jaber, Dartmouth Medical School, MS II
Emory Liscord, Dartmouth Medical School, MS III
Bilal Mahmood, Dartmouth Medical School, MS I
Nicole Montgomery, Dartmouth Medical School, MS II
Dieu-Thi Nguyen, Dartmouth Medical School, MS II
Purak Parikh, Dartmouth Medical School, MS I
Katie Ratzan, Dartmouth Medical School, MS IV
Jill Rosno, Dartmouth Medical School, MS II
Shahla Syed, Dartmouth Medical School, MS IV
Laura Yasaitis, Dartmouth Medical School, MS II
Amber Bird, Drexel University College of Medicine, MS II
Vincent Carson, Drexel University College of Medicine, MS II
Neil Devani, Drexel University College of Medicine, MS II
Karalynn Otterness, Drexel University College of Medicine, MS II
Adam Raphael Rom, Drexel University College of Medicine, MS II
Beena Imam, Duke University, MS I
David McNabb, East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine, MS IV
Todd Hodges, ECU, MS IV
Vanessa Jessop, Edinburgh, MS IV
Ammara Abbasi, Emory University School of Medicine, MS II
Arielle Lutterman, Emory University School of Medicine, MS I
Gopi Mohan, Emory University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Kimberley Neroda, Emory University School of Medicine, MS I
Ankoor Shah, Emory University School of Medicine, MS II
Praneetha Thulasi, Emory University School of Medicine, MS I
Kim Traxinger, Emory University School of Medicine, MS I
Ariel Zodhiates, Emory University School of Medicine, MS II
Thomas Zorn, Emory University School of Medicine, MS I
Loes de Kleijn, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, MS III
Shaila Siraj, Florida State University, MS II
Samaneh Ashktorab, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, MS III
Diana Livermore, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, MS I
Phil Zhang, Georgetown University School of Medicine, MS I
Sahin Khaniyev, Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, MD/PhD
Sahin Khaniyev, Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine, MD/PhD
Sheila Abdallah, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Danielle Alkov, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Deema Arafah, Harvard Medical School, MS III
Sylvan Baca, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Omar Badri, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Jasmine Barrow, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Elijah Bell, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Erin Bettendorf, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Dylan Carney, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Charles Carspecken, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Andrew Chalupka, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Morgan Chessia, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Alexandra Clifton, Harvard Medical School, MS III
Christy Comeaux, Harvard Medical School, MD/PhD
Christina Cruz, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Aretha Delight Davis, Harvard Medical School, MS III
Sanjay Divakaran, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Huma Farid, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Stephen Fiascone, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Julia Fleming, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Colleen Harrison, Harvard Medical School, MS IV
Alison Hwong, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Shani Isaac, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Onyinye Iweala, Harvard Medical School, MD/PhD
Selena Jorgensen, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Elinore Kaufman, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Ibrahim Khansa, Harvard Medical School, MS II
David Kim, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Joseph Lopez, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Karolina Maciag, Harvard Medical School, MD/PhD
Mayce Mansour, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Farhan Merali, Harvard Medical School, MS III
Anthony Muiru, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Benjamin Oldfield, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Andr?©s Pati?±o, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Derek Peters, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Rameez Qudsi, Harvard Medical School, MS III
Ali Qureshi, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Vanessa Redditt, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Etienne Reyes, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Lindsay Ryan, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Amy Saltzman, Harvard Medical School, MS III
Shamsher Samra, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Lekshmi Santhosh, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Jane Serene, Harvard Medical School, MS IV
Anjana Sharma, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Masih Shinwa, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Judah Slavkovsky, Harvard Medical School, MS IV
Lauren Steffel, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Tomasz Stryjewski, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Kimberly Sue, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Jonathan Takahashi, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Sam Takvorian, Harvard Medical School, MS I
David Tian, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Luis Ticona, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Leila Vaez-Azizi, Harvard Medical School, MS II
Kathleen Wakeham, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Sarah Zaman, Harvard Medical School, MS III
Jane Zhu, Harvard Medical School, MS I
Aliyah Shivji, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, MS III
Sukant Mittal, Harvard University/ MIT/ Mass. General Hospital, MD/PhD
Omar Shaikh, Imperial College London School of Medicine, MS II
Taha Qazi, Indiana University School of Medicine, MS II
Tripathi Mohan, Jefferson Medical College, MS I
Julian Aldwin, Jenderal Soedirman University – ISMKI, MS III
Mark Ball, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS III
Allison Berry, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS I
Edward Chu, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS IV
Blohm Eike, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS I
Mahmood El-Gasim, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS I
Kristen Johnson, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS IV
Sarah Johnstone, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS I
Lia Losonczy, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS II
Emily Marcus, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS II
Saleh Masoumeh, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS I
Amir Mohareb, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS I
Luis Monson, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS III
Teresa O’Herron, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS IV
Sangini Shah, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS IV
Adrienne Shapiro, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Karl Soderlund, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS IV
Jason Solus, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS II
Sarah Temple, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS IV
John Thurston, Jr., Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS I
Suzanne Westbrook, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MS I
Reem Alhawas, KFU, MS IV
Jessica Rush, Leeds Medical School, MS III
Mariam Rodmall, Leiden University, MS III
Chris Curry, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Ruben Frescas, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, MS III
Nathan Kittle, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, MS I
Durgaprasad Sapalya, Manipal University, MD/PhD
Malini DeSilva, Mayo Medical School, MS IV
Zoe Costa-von Aesch, McGill University Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Nazlie Faridi, McGill University Faculty of Medicine, MS II
Lauren Hamlin-Douglas, McGill University Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Jennifer Hulme, McGill University Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Caroline Skolnik, McGill University Faculty of Medicine, MS III
Sonia Ter Kuile, McGill University Faculty of Medicine, MS IV
Dina Aboutouk, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Hisham Ali, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Taha Bandukwala, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Jacqueline Chow, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Tiffaney Krushel, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS II
Leslie Lappalainen, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Joseph Lee, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Aimee McMillan, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Nikoo Rajaee, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Michelle Thielmann, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Joshua Wales, McMaster University School of Medicine, MS I
Zubair Chao, Medical College of Georgia, MS III
Mahnaz Faroqui, Medical College of Georgia, MS I
Nadeem Fatteh, Medical College of Georgia, MD/PhD
Pedram Javanmard, Medical College of Georgia, MS I
Aneel Naeem, Medical College of Georgia, MS I
Farah Quyyumi, Medical College of Georgia, MS I
Rachel Pope, Medical School for International Health, MS II
Kate Hadley, Memorial University of Newfoundland, MS II
Dalila Aguilar, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS I
Emily Antoon, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS I
Sadie Bush, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS I
Julie Celebi, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS I
Alisan Fathalizadeh, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS I
Janine Ghannam, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS II
Jonathan Krauss, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS I
Colleen Lane, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS II
Emily Olenzek, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS II
Catherine Pokropek, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS II
Jennifer Wilson, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MS I
Holly Clemons, Morehouse School of Medicine, MS II
Melanie Ecung, Morehouse School of Medicine, MS II
Mayuri Ganupuru, Morehouse School of Medicine, MS II
Vivek Sambhara, Morehouse School of Medicine, MS II
Sarah Ann Anderson, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Demetri Blanas, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Andrew Chow, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Thomas Emily, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Jonathan Giftos, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Melike Harfouche, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Andrew Jensen, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Zoe Kiefer, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS III
Eduardo LaCalle, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS IV
Ursula Lang, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Sonia Lazreg, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS II
Alexandra Leader, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS IV
Monica Li, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS II
Pooja Mehta, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS IV
Paul Ogando, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Matthew Rogers, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Prasad Shirvalkar, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Rachel Shively, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS I
Anne Stey, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, MS IV
Portal Luis, National University, MD/PhD
Farhan Karim, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Dan Murphy, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS III
Sam Nia, New York Medical College, MS II
Sundeep Singh, New York Medical College, MS II
Cindy Wu, New York Medical College, MS II
Ferraro Claire, Newcastle University, MS I
Miriam Orcutt, Newcastle University, MS III
Bashar Almadani, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, MS IV
Jessie Grewal, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, MS II
Blayne Amir Sayed, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Maria Ghaus, Nottingham, MS I
Nadim Jaber, Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS I
Latif Nahian, Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS I
Wendy Song, Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS I
Gautam Mankaney, Ohio State University College of Medicine, MS I
Imran Akbar, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS III
Anthony Avnaim, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Jose Bustillo, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS III
Elizabeth Gomes, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS III
Jones Katherine, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Brenton McCoy, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Catalina Soto, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Darshini Trivedi, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Stephanie Urban, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Peng Wang, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS II
Brandon Green, Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS IV
Erin Fitch, Oregon Health and Science University, MD/PhD
Mizuho Mimoto, Oregon Health and Science University, MD/PhD
Emily Pratt, Oregon Health and Science University, MD/PhD
Rebecca Richards, Oregon Health and Science University, MD/PhD
Tasawur Hussain, Peninsula Medical School, UK, MS II
Paul Reidy, Peninsula Medical School, UK, MS III
Melanie Andrews, Penn State University College of Medicine, MS III
Olivier Rolin, Penn State University College of Medicine, MD/PhD
Barry Sexton, Penn State University College of Medicine, MS III
Sural Shah, Penn State University College of Medicine, MS IV
Gemma Owens, Queen’s University, Belfast, MS IV
Jesleen Rana, Queen’s University, Belfast, MS I
Hasan Sheikh, Queen’s University, Belfast, MS I
Arif Khan, SABA University School of Medicine, MS IV
Nima Sheth, Saint Louis University, MS I
Gemmie Devera, San Juan Bautista School of Medicine, MS I
Emilio Garcia, San Juan Bautista School of Medicine, MS I
Matthew Pflaum, San Juan Bautista School of Medicine, MS I
Poroshat Shekarloo, San Juan Bautista School of Medicine, MS I
Nadia Ali, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, MS II
Keisha Powell, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, MS I
Jehu Strange, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, MS I
Tania Maria Caballero, St. George’s University School of Medicine, MS III
George Dekki, St. George’s University School of Medicine, MS II
Vijan Joshi, St. George’s University School of Medicine, MS I
Aisha Qazi, St. Matthews University of Medicine, MS III
Shushmita Ahmed, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Ronald Alfa, Stanford University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Shah Ali, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Patrick Avila, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Chloe Chien, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Christina Gamba, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Joshua Goldner, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Danica Lomeli, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Jessica Tsai, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Gloria Yiu Yiu, Stanford University School of Medicine, MS I
Jessica Bloome, State University of New York, Downstate College of Medicine, MS I
Tanzina Siddique, State University of New York, Downstate College of Medicine, MS IV
Tajani Azeem, Texas A&M Health Sciences Center, MS II
Sadia Rashid, Texas A&M University College of Medicine, MS II
Nida Ali, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, MS II
Jessy Mathews, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, MS IV
Nadia Haque, The University of Texas Medical Branch, MS I
Nabeel Uwaydah, The University of Texas Medical Branch, MS III
Faheem Ejaz, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Christopher Evans, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Lara Farhat, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Daniel Galante, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Shrestha Himal, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Hassan Kidwai, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Chris McKinless, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Khurram Mehtabdin, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS I
Omar Mirza, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS I
Rikki Morris, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Carolyn Newman, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Kevin Pacheco, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Roger Louie Palisoc, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Punam Patel, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Shyam Patel, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Aishah Raffee, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Neha Sharma, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Rahul Sharma, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Neha Sharma, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Amir Siddiqui, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS I
Nora Toma, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Wei-Lin Yang, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Brian Yoon, Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, New York, MS II
Moxie Jean Stratton, Touro University CA College of Osteopathic Medicine, MS IV
Neele Husemeyer, T?ºbingen, MS IV
Marco Cornelio, Tufts University School of Medicine, MS III
Norah Emara, Tufts University School of Medicine, MS II
Elizabeth Mann, Tufts University School of Medicine, MS II
Cristin O’Grady, Tufts University School of Medicine, MS II
Soumitra Rajagopal, Tufts University School of Medicine, MS I
Elizabeth Samuels, Tufts University School of Medicine, MS I
Hanni Stoklosa, Tufts University School of Medicine, MS IV
Maithri Ameresekere, Tufts University School of Medicine , MS II
Latrice Akuamoah, Tulane School of Medicine, MS II
Haris Ahmed, UMDNJ, MS I
Osamah Choudhry, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, MS I
Uzair Sarmast, UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, MS I
Kelvin Adjei-Twum, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Noha Aljawhary, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS II
Danit Brahver, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Mindy Brittner, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Stephanie Burgos, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS II
Daniel Connors, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Tarik Hashem, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Sona Jasani, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Selan Jeffrey, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Sirisha Jonnalagadda, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS II
Wajdi Kanj, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Rula Kanj, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS II
Diane Krutzler, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Nayo Matthews, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Shazia Mehmood, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Arpit Patel, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Christopher Potestio, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Shayan Rashid, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Muhammad Shafqet, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS I
Rehan Shamim, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS IV
Wan-Ju Wu, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, MS II
Ana Leonor Zamora Sarabia, Universidad Aut??noma de Madrid, MS I
Andrea Srur, Universidad Mayor, MS IV
Lena Schulte-Kemna, Universit?§t T?ºbingen, MS IV
Lourdes I. Rodriguez-Reyes, University College Cork, Ireland, MS II
Hammad Shaikh, University College London, MS I
Basil Al-Sabeq, University of Alberta, MS I
Catherine Arkell, University of Alberta, MS I
Jessie Breton, University of Alberta, MS III
Saskia Bogers, University of Amsterdam, MS I
Shehran Islam, University of Arizona College of Medicine, MS I
Kareem Kassel, University of Arizona College of Medicine, MS I
Travis Powell, University of Arizona College of Medicine, MS I
Emily Shortridge, University of Arizona College of Medicine, MS I
Currie Jonathan, University of Bristol Medical School, MS IV
Hisham Assem, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Pooja Das, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Mollie Ferris, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Daniel Girgis, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Mina Girgis, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Sherif Idris, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Vera Krejcik, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Meira Louis, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS IV
John MacDonald, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Christine O’Reilly, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Navjeet Uppal, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Michael Vance, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Emma Witney, University of Calgary Faculty of Medicine, MS I
Elisabeth Malin, University of California Davis School of Medicine, MS III
Erin Crawford, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS I
Rebecca Falik, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS I
Tanzib Hossain, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS I
Imran Khan, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS I
Robert Lerrigo, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS I
Rebecca Mitchell, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS I
Jennifer Stella, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS I
Meghan Woods, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS I
Eisha Zaid, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, MS II
Elaine Lin, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, MS I
Zach Rosner, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, MS IV
Darren Eblovi, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Sabreena Gillow, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Jessica Greupner, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Tin Ha-Ngoc, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Sarah Junker, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Yihan Lin, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Avery MacKenzie, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Sophia Nguyen, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Marcus Salmen, University of Colorado School of Medicine, MS I
Kamleh Shaban, University of Colorado School of Medicine , MS I
Niekoo Abbasian, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Osamah Abdallah, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Yalda Afshar, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MD/PhD
Aisha Ahmed, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS IV
Jihan Akhtar, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Omar Al-Heeti, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Kasim Ali, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Khan Bilal, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Anita Bordoloi, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Patricia Chico, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Bart Chwalisz, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Tina Damarjian, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Valentina Dehghan, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Amish Desai, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Kate Dickson, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS IV
Evelyn Fakhoury, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS IV
Asim Farooq, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Ben Goold, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Nuzhath Hussain, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Sheetal Joshipura, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Lauren Kendall, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Adam Kost, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Azhar Kothawala, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Jalene Lanter, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
David Liss, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Maham Lodhi, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Juliana Lopez, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Jing Luo, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Prat Majumder, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Prat Majumder, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Irida Nikolla, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Caroline Novak, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Manish Pant, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS IV
Sully Paz, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Archana Radhakrishnan, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS IV
Rishi Rattan, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS IV
Michael Richards, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Alhadi Sameir, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS III
Shreya Sengupta, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Shannon Staley, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS IV
Stephen Strock, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Ashley Styczynski, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Mara Terras, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Lauren Teverbaugh, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS I
Crystal Yu, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, MS II
Dania Dia, University of Illinois at Urbana College of Medicine , MS I
Hiba Dia, University of Illinois College of Dentistry, MS I
Krishna Iyer, University of Iowa, MD/PhD
Lara Al-Ejeilat, University of Jordan, MD/PhD
IDMTT K, University of Jordan, MD/PhD
Natasha Ahmed, University of Kansas School of Medicine, MS I
Natasha Ahmed, University of Kansas School of Medicine, MS I
Grecori Anderson, University of Kansas School of Medicine, MS II
Ami Rughani, University of Kansas School of Medicine, MS I
Sara Simons, University of Kansas School of Medicine, MS I
Justin Steinert, University of Kansas School of Medicine, MS I
James Chan, University of Leeds, UK, MS IV
farhaaanah kadri, University of Leicester, MS I
Saadnah Naidu, University of Leicester, MS I
Javeria Peracha, University of Leicester, MS IV
Sabira Somani, University of Leicester, MS IV
Aqeelah Yusuf, University of Leicester, MS I
Nafeesa Khanum, University of Leicester , MS IV
Nafeesa Ramzan, University of Manchester, MS II
Aliye Runyan, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, MS II
Ekua Abban, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Heba Abu-Isa, University of Michigan Medical School, MS IV
Yasser Ads, University of Michigan Medical School, MS IV
Katarzyna Bundyra, University of Michigan Medical School, MS III
Arene Butto, University of Michigan Medical School, MS II
Tej Desai, University of Michigan Medical School, MS III
Abdulrahman El-Sayed, University of Michigan Medical School, MD/PhD
David Fang, University of Michigan Medical School, MS II
Huq Farhan, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Andrea Flynn, University of Michigan Medical School, MS II
Jeremy Fox, University of Michigan Medical School, MS II
Jessica Guh, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Reda Jaber, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Benjamin Kaplan-Singer, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Alisa Khan, University of Michigan Medical School, MS IV
Xin Li, University of Michigan Medical School, MS II
Emily Little, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Ingrid Martin, University of Michigan Medical School, MS II
Jennifer McDonald, University of Michigan Medical School, MS IV
Wajeehullah Muhammad, University of Michigan Medical School, MS III
Shaw Natsui, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Nabeel Obeid, University of Michigan Medical School, MS III
Sonali Palchaudhuri, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Joshua Russell, University of Michigan Medical School, MS IV
Linda Saab, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Zubair Sarmast, University of Michigan Medical School, MS IV
Hasan Siddiqi, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Aristotle Sun, University of Michigan Medical School, MS II
Zoey Thill, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Angeline Ti, University of Michigan Medical School, MS I
Raza Zaidi, University of Michigan Medical School, MS IV
Bryson Greenwood, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, MS I
A Watts, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, MS I
fizza mushtaq, University of Nottingham Medical School, MS IV
Hanna Tilly, University of Nottingham Medical School, MS I
Sana Khan, University of Oklahoma, MS IV
Samantha Green, University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, MS II
Fadi Hamadani, University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, MS III
Husna Husainy, University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, MS II
Lana Saciragic, University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, MS III
hatem salim, University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, MS II
Rebecca Wallace, University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, MS II
Haley Moss, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, MS II
Andrew Renuart, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, MS III
Vineet Khanna, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, MS II
Dipesh Patel, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, MS II
Rehan Khan, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, MS III
Neil Chawla, University of Southern California Keck School Of Medicine, MS II
Bradley Postlethwaite, University of Tennessee School of Medicine, MS II
Duraini Mazen, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS III
Arielle Perez, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS II
Shannon Potter, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS III
Anna Powell, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS III
Emma Rodriguez, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS III
Nainesh Shah, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS III
Feroze Sidhwa, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS III
Julie Stavinoha, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS IV
Ami Waters, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS III
Elizabeth Zubowicz, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, MS III
Sara Ahmed, University of Toronto, MS II
Ishtiaq Ahmed, University of Toronto, MS III
Michele Askew, University of Toronto, MS II
Bharat Bahl, University of Toronto, MS II
Farah Bandukwala, University of Toronto, MS III
Diana Britch, University of Toronto, MS II
Aiza Ejaz, University of Toronto, MS III
Cheryl Foo, University of Toronto, MS III
Michael Hill, University of Toronto, MS II
Amitha Kalaichandran, University of Toronto, MS I
Nasir Khan, University of Toronto, MS III
Biniam Kidane, University of Toronto, MS IV
Celine Kim, University of Toronto, MS IV
Chris Kitamura, University of Toronto, MS I
Michaela Kopka, University of Toronto, MS III
Natalie Kozij, University of Toronto, MS II
Kim Le, University of Toronto, MS II
Erin McFadden, University of Toronto, MS III
Crystal Pinto, University of Toronto, MS III
Tara Rastgardani, University of Toronto, MS II
Roshan Razik, University of Toronto, MS III
Julie Thorne, University of Toronto, MS II
Ketan Vegda, University of Toronto, MS III
Robert Wu, University of Toronto, MS III
Eiman Zargaran, University of Toronto , MS III
Aline Eden, University of Tuebingen, MS IV
Andreas Meyer, University of T?ºbingen, MS III
Krishika Acharya, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Yemisi Afere, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Elizabeth Ames, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Hadi Anwar, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
James Armontrout, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Anne Bowman, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Nicholas Buckwalter, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Laura Carr, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
George Hneich, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Tina Ho, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Nicole Kelleher, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Shawna Kettyle, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Brian Long, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Kate Lurain, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
William Miller, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Ryan Mlynarek, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Quang Nguyen, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Sarah Nie, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Kathleen Pridgen, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Thomas Quattlebaum, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Gauri Raval, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Marian Royer, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Tarleen Singh, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS II
Rauda Tellawi, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
JiaDe Yu, University of Virginia School of Medicine, MS I
Iwona Baran, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Marty Bezaire, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS I
Anna Dabu, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS III
Tanya DeLyzer, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Bill Dunlop, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Manji Farah Naaz, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS III
Kate Hayman, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS III
Gillian Hewson, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS I
Lucas Kipp, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Faruqa Ladha, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Michelle Lau, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Kathleen MacKeracher, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS I
Adeel Mahmood, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Raza Naqvi, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Puri Nitasha, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS II
Danyaal Raza, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Mark Reddington, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Michael Richardson, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS I
Wajid Sayeed, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS III
Sapna Sharma, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS IV
Michael Slatnik, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS III
Zohair Syed, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS III
Jacqueline Wolting, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS III
Ahraaz Wyne, University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, MS I
Kathryn Jacobson, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, MS II
Josh Reiher, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, MS I
Aditi Ringwala, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, MS I
Julie Rivers, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, MS II
Megan Schultz, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, MS II
Erin Tromble, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, MS II
Victor Tseng, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, MS I
Merina Thomas, Vanderbilt Medical School, MS II
Kevin Dholaria, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, MS I
Ali Khan, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, MS IV
Hager Said, Vrije Universiteit, MS III
Ahmad Alawneh, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Roba Alhasan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Maha Alhusseini, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Ahmer Ali, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Ayad Alkhatib, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Riham Alwan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Ayesha Arrine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Erik Brown, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Stephanie Buck, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Roula Daher, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Anna Dobosz, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Yara Fardous, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Sayeeda Fatima, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Christopher Foucher, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS III
Rhonda Garza, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Lubna Grewal, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS III
Emily Ho, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Abdullah Ibrahim, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Christopher Jentoft, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS IV
Yousef Kaid, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Ryan Kelly, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS IV
Jawad Khan, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Iyad Khourdaji, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Anika Kumar, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS III
Ken Kuper, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Nicholas Lewis, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Melissa Mashni, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Cheryl Mensah, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Mira Mikati, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Feldman Mike, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Azmath Mohammed, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Feras Mossa-Basha, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Andrea Munro, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Erin Murphy, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Wasfeh Musheinish, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Nadia Obeid, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS IV
Maia Orabi, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Zuhair Peracha, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Leslie Phillips, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Geoffrey Potts, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Mariam Qureshi, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Natalie Rizk, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS III
Sobia Sadiq, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Hassen Saleh, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS III
Rehab Shabana, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS IV
Qasim Shakeel, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Maryann Shango, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Mohammed Shenaq, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Richard Shoskey, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Amro Stino, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS III
Harlori Tokhie, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS I
Yasmin Tootl, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Cynthia Veltng-Kidder, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Harpreet Wadhwa, Wayne State University School of Medicine, MS II
Gregory Bonci, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Katharine Boyle, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Carlo Canepa, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Wesley Clark, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS III
Mina Farkhondeh, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS III
Amanda Green, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS IV
Anastasia Grivoyannis, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS III
Kelly Harris, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Jad Husseini, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Nasim Khadem, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Joon-Hyung Kim, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Michael Klufas, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS III
Neha Kumar, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Luz Liriano-Ward, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS IV
Sabrina Mahil, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Lena Makaroun, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Erica Miller, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS II
Andrea Nelsen, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS IV
Siobhan O’Herron, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS IV
Ankit Patel, Weill Cornell Medical College, MD/PhD
Suchit Patel, Weill Cornell Medical College, MD/PhD
Xiao Peng, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS II
Christin Price, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS IV
Tara Rachakonda, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS IV
Eugene Richardson, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS IV
Landon Roussel, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Sara Sani, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS II
Andre Shaffer, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS II
Kristi Shigyo, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Lindsey Shultz, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS IV
Nichole Smith, Weill Cornell Medical College, MD/PhD
Marina Stasenk, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS II
Leeanne Stratton, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS II
Cora Walsh, Weill Cornell Medical College, MS I
Joshua Ewell, Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, MS I
Tariq Hilal, Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, MS I
Omer Jamal, Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, MS II
Sadiq Mirza, Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, MS I
Nikhil Rajaram, Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, MS IV
Yasin Syed, Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, MS I
Rabiah Zafar, Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, MS I
Bibhav Acharya, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Sumayya Ahmad, Yale University School of Medicine, MS III
Feras Akbik, Yale University School of Medicine, MS III
Sanjay Basu, Yale University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Ali Batouli, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Carl Berdahl, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Natasha Collins, Yale University School of Medicine, MS I
Daniel Duncan, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Jonathan Fu, Yale University School of Medicine, MS I
Ramy Goueli, Yale University School of Medicine, MS I
Jennifer Guo, Yale University School of Medicine, MD/PhD
Omer Ibrahim, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Ravi Kavasery, Yale University School of Medicine, MS III
Narae Ko, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Ninani Kombo, Yale University School of Medicine, MS IV
Elizabeth Kvach, Yale University School of Medicine, MS IV
Julia Lubsen, Yale University School of Medicine, MS I
Michael Otremba, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Kavita Radhakrishnan, Yale University School of Medicine, MS I
Sonja Rakowski, Yale University School of Medicine, MS III
Jocelyn Ronda, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Ryan Schwarz, Yale University School of Medicine, MS III
Michael Soule, Yale University School of Medicine, MS II
Heather Speller, Yale University School of Medicine, MS IV
Jennifer Voorhees, Yale University School of Medicine, MS IV

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76 Responses

Wow. What a list. And I’ll bet all the male Muslim, pro-Hamas doctors are also very careful to be only professional when touching their female patients. Come to think of it, knowing Islam, this might also apply to their interactions with male patients. How about a list showing all the great Jewish doctors that actually worked to support life and advance the cause of medicine? You probably don’t have the bandwith.

John the Baptist on January 14, 2009 at 2:29 pm

Debbie, I have just started reading your column recently. Kudos to you. May you go from strength to strength.
I am deeply seddened as a physician by this recent post. Medicine should transcend politics and class. This is the complete anthesis of what we should stand for.

RadDoct on January 14, 2009 at 3:19 pm

    First off all, I would just like to point out that politics do not transcend a doctor’s moralities. Most of these doctors on this list have been unjustly accused of being “Pro-Hamas”, simply because they signed a petition asking for sanctions against heinous crimes committed by Israel.

    I wonder what would happen if someone were to make a list of all Doctors who criticized Hamas and attempt to portray them in a bad light.

    Simply because someone scrutinizes Israel does not make them a terrorist.

    This woman is libel for slander. I won’t be surprised if she gets a dozen subpoenas VERY SOON.

    Peter Abdallah on December 14, 2009 at 12:22 pm

    And RadDoct, I would just like to point out that the only one who is letting politics get in the way of their profession is YOU.

    You have already judged these doctors based on their political ideologies. You are a hypocrite in every sense of the word.

    I have spoken with several of the people on this list and NONE of them have any hate for Israelis or Jews. They simply wish to see the violence on BOTH sides stopped. Radicals like yourself however are always ready to point the finger and accuse people of fowl play when they have committed no crime.

    Peter Abdallah on December 14, 2009 at 12:27 pm

excuse the typo-o’s.

RadDoct on January 14, 2009 at 3:20 pm

I wasn’t expecting to have to buy another ream of paper for this list! Geez, wtf?

samurai on January 14, 2009 at 3:37 pm

I have copied this list and sent it to my friends. I suggest everyone do the same. Do you really want yourself or your friends to be treated by idiots like these? I have also told them to keep the list as it is very easy to do a search on it when going to a doctor or shopping for a new one. Decisions like these should have consequences.

ryukyu on January 14, 2009 at 3:59 pm

At first I was taken aback by all the names. However, I wonder how many of these are legitimate. For instance, the following entry is in there more than once:
Natasha Ahmed, University of Kansas School of Medicine, MS I

i_am_me on January 14, 2009 at 4:03 pm

And, of course, the pro-terrorist doctors are not limited to those on this list. We all really have to be careful these days when selecting doctors. Their treatments and attitudes must at all times be closely monitored by us, and, if there is any doubt, we must promptly get second opinions from the physician of our choice, not the one the terrorist doctor recommends for the second opinion.
Get ‘best doctors’ lists and cross-check them against this list, run google searches on the propsective doctors to see if there are any incidental references to the doctors on this list.

c f on January 14, 2009 at 4:03 pm

and the ‘Jewish’ doctor, Sim Kimmel is aiding the entry of terrorists into this country. You’ve explained how so many of these Muslim doctors are terrorists — what does anyone thing that the doctors ‘on the ground’ in Gaza are? Of course they are terrorists, like those described here. This new doctors group is aiding their entry into the US. Who knows how many people these ‘on the ground’ doctors in Gaza will kill when they are here?
I also wonder who originated this petition. Usually when a bunch of student ‘anything’ all sign a petition, there is some faculty and/or administrative involvement. So Jewish donors, Jewish doctors pubicizing this, probably Jewish med school deans promoting it, with friends like this who needs enemies?

c f on January 14, 2009 at 4:56 pm

Awesome! Out these students. From the names, some look like arab names, others are probably just leftards. Xiao Peng – Uighur maybe? Making this list public is the right thing to do. When one signs a petition one must understand that their name on that petition becomes public information.
I’ve never been seen by a Muslim Physician; I’ve heard/read horror stories. I’m lucky to live about 5 miles from two major hospitals that are close to each other and that form the nucleus of a neighborhood with a profusion of medical practices. Shopping for a good doctor is easy for me.

Richard on January 14, 2009 at 5:27 pm

This is precisely why I do not make appointments with any physician or dentist with a Muslim name.
Come to think of it, I limit my contacts with Muslims unless it’s absolutely unavoidable.

lexi on January 14, 2009 at 7:49 pm

Debbie, lots and lots of medical residency spots are determined by Jews and Israelis who support Israel. You can bet there will be some major disappointments for these kids when they open up their Residency match envelopes over the next few years. In fact, many will find it oddly difficult to get real jobs even several years from now. I guess they can always go to Detroit.

Anonymous1 on January 14, 2009 at 8:06 pm

And just think, once Obama forces us all onto a National Healthcare System, we won’t even have a choice of which doctors we use and could likely wind up in the hands of one of these terrorist supporters. I think I’d slit my throat first.

horselady on January 15, 2009 at 12:06 am

As a Critical Care RN on the West side of Michigan I have to deal with these dimbulbs on a regular basis. Most of them can hardly speak the language, get irritated when a nurse questions their stupid and at times dangerous orders. I have seen many of the recent med students/residents from MSU,WSU and U of M, belittle the nurses in front of family and other co-workers. Unfortunately for them I was a paramedic for 14 years before going back to school. As everyone know’s paramedic’s don’t always play well with others. I have stood up for my patients when these dimwits try to order wrong/dangerous orders or med dosages. If this is what B Hussein Obama wants is national healthcare, god help us. Most of the last 5 Internal Medicine classes are so dumb and can’t speak hardly any english I wouldn’t trust any of them alone with one of my loved ones. If you are a family member of someone who is assigned one of these dimwits, don’t ever leave them and question them as to why they are ordering a test or medicine. Even better go over their heads and ask only to deal with the attending doctors if possible. Once again thanks Debbie for getting this info out.

swede on January 15, 2009 at 12:43 am

A lot of Jews support these programs from a belief that such outreach will finally convert the receiptients to a more reasonable path: more fool them. It is the same spirit that caused the Judenrats to help the SS load the trains.

taffy on January 15, 2009 at 7:12 am

The petition that was signed was AGAINST violence and in support of providing health care to all of those who have been injured. Your post is extremely skewed; I’m not sure that you really even read the petition. The future physicians who signed this petition are NOT anti-semitic; we simply have a reverence for all human life, regardless of ethnicity, religion, or gender. I signed this petition because I feel that violence is never a justified response to conflict and I believe that all people have an inalienable right to health care. What you have listed here is pure libel.

bls77 on January 15, 2009 at 9:21 am

Ms. Schlussel,
Let me begin by saying that your intention to protect your fellow citizens from potential political and medical harm is highly admirable! What you seem to stand for here is anti-terrorism, anti-murder, and anti-political bias infiltration into our healthcare system. Your stance represents the very best of what America’s greatest ideals ultimately stand for!
Unfortunately, what you have (hopefully unintentionally) done here is taken a long list of medical students’ names out of context from a petition that was signed with the very best of intentions (the letter that was in circulation has been pasted below). It is terribly disturbing to realize that you have besmirched your own good name by reporting such incredibly false information here on your site.
I may not be able to speak for every other medical student on this list (though I think they’d wholly agree with what I will say) but I can for certain at least take a stance for the students of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University in North Carolina, United States of America. We diligently work incredibly LONG, LONG, hours as students to be the very best doctors we can possibly be SOLELY for the purpose of bringing the very best healthcare to our communities.
To alleviate unnecessary and often inhumane suffering is my greatest motivation to become a physician. I can’t wait to be able to provide healthcare to those in dire need in the communities of North Carolina and wherever else my services may eventually be sought!!!
I signed my name to the letter quoted below ONLY because it asks for inhumane violence and murder to be BROUGHT TO END. Enough is enough when it comes to killing and the taking of human lives.
With this in mind, it becomes terribly disturbing then that you could feel it necessary to speak for me in such a libelous manner and label me (as well as the other petitioners) as a terrorist, when in fact I put every fiber of my being into honing my skills as a medical student to save lives and alleviate pain and suffering–the complete opposite of terrorism.
How could you say: “If they have no problem with Islamic terrorists brutally murdering innocent civilians, imagine what they have no problem doing to your body.” WE ARE BECOMING DOCTORS TO SAVE LIVES REGARDLESS OF RACE, GENDER, RELIGION, OR POLITICAL AFFILIATION.
Thank you for demeaning my (as well as all of the other students above) efforts to be a genuinely good person.
THE PETITION LETTER:
[DS: TEXT REMOVED, SINCE IT'S ALREADY LINKED TO IN THIS POST . . . AND, UH, BECAUSE IT'S COMPLETE BS.]
Sincerely,
Anita Unnithan
M2, Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, USA
[DS: ANITA UNNITHAN, WITH WHOM YOU DO NOT WANT TO TRUST YOUR MEDICAL CARE.]

Anita Unnithan on January 15, 2009 at 10:18 am

I have been thinking about this kind of problem for several years now. I had a muslim doctor not by my choice) see me while i was in the hospital, he was awful. i later looked up his profile online and found out he had been sued severl times already for malpratice. Personally I dont want to be the one who has to sue a muslim doctor for screwing me up in the first place, as a jew.
I go to my local Chabad and ask them who they use and go to those doctors only. I will never go to a muslim doctor. And if i have to be seen by one in an ER, I will say I can not be touched or examined by you according to my religion so please do not touch me. hell, that is what they would say if a jew were to touch them….we are considered by them as unclean. Well I think any woman muslim who refuses to pull up her sleaves to wash properly is un clean and I would not want her to touch me either.

poopy1227 on January 15, 2009 at 12:37 pm

It’s amazing what your readers can say behind the veil of a computer screen and usernames such as poopy1227, anonymous1, horselady, and John the Baptist. I suspect they are proud of the opinions they share with you and are not at all ashamed to tell you who they are. I promise not to bother with this anymore or come back to your website as I realize now that intelligent rebuttles are not welcome and my comments will be filtered by Ms. Shlussel as this is indeed her website. Carry on… : ) Good bye and have a great day!
http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(09)60042-8/fulltext
Again, the original Petition Letter that was not BS when it was sent to our med student email inboxes. Thank you for your time.
THE PETITION LETTER:
[DS: REMOVED FOR THE SECOND TIME--SEE MY RESPONSE TO COMMENT ABOVE. CLEARLY, THIS CHICK, ANITA, AIN'T SMART ENOUGH TO BE A DOCTOR. AND THAT'S ASIDE FROM THE LACK OF SCRUPLES TO BE AGAINST TERRORISM.]

Anita Unnithan on January 15, 2009 at 1:42 pm

No Muslim is ever touching me, hidden behind a Harvard degree.

Ben Weisser on January 15, 2009 at 4:35 pm

Debbie – you just got credit from the lovely and talented Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs! See:
HAMAS’ FUTURE AMERICAN DOCTORS

NormanF on January 15, 2009 at 5:51 pm

Sorry Debbie – for some reason HTML is not working in the comments:
http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2009/01/hamas-future-american-doctors.html

NormanF on January 15, 2009 at 6:04 pm

Hey ANITA UNNITHAN, why don’t you take your expensive American medical education and go treat your fellow terrorists. Keep your filthy hands off my countrymen.

horselady on January 15, 2009 at 6:11 pm

Since you now need to register to read the initial petition, I’ve included some of my favorite parts with my own opinions in parentheses:
1)”Meanwhile, the bombardment of Gazaóone of the most densely populated regions in the worldócontinues unabated and the international com-munity refuses to address Israel’s ab-horrent policy of collective punishment.” (The only ìcollectiveî thing about Israelís retaliation is its nature to collectively destroy the source of unprovoked civilian-targeted missile launch sites).
2)”Israel claims only to target militants, yet the lists of wounded and dead are rife with civilians, many of them children.” (The ìbrilliantî Hamas terrorists that Israel does in fact target make sure that their launch sites are places that will attract high civilian casualties upon retaliation. Schools, hospitals and playgrounds are often store-houses and launching pads for Hamas arsenal. This makes for a much more favorable media coverage of the Gazaanís plight upon reports of high collateral damage. This petition should not be against Israelís right to protect its citizens, it should be against Hamasí abhorrent use of their own people as targets).
3&4)”We fear this will instead breed new generations of hate, distrust, and misunderstanding.” (Much like this petition itself) “Yet the numbers of lives lost tell the story: Israel’s response is disproportionate and unacceptable.” (Some say that a proportional response by Israel would be to lob missiles blindly into Gaza, as Hamas has been doing for the last several years despite various peace negotiations. This however constitutes a war crime that would specifically target Gazzanís and is exactly what Israel is trying to put an end to).
5)”The principles we accepted on entering the medical profession compel us to speak out in the face of these gross violations of basic decency” (I donít remember this part in the Hippocratic Oath) “and respect for human life.”
6)”We declare that we have no conflict of interest.” (LOL!)

Fairness.is.my.middle.name on January 15, 2009 at 6:55 pm

i love you! I ALWAYS HAVE BUT NOW I LOVE YOU EVEN MORE.
youre so rational and smart.
signing a letter like this is a big mistake.
i have gotten wind of a counter-letter maybe you should take a peak at it…
Dear Fellow Medical Students,
A petition entitled “Medical Students’ Letter of Solidarity with Gaza” has recently been circulated among medical students and was published in the Lancet. In light of the complexity of the situation in Israel and the Palestinian territories, and the recognition that the civilian population of both nations are suffering, please consider the following letter, also to be published in the Lancet, which declares solidarity with all those who suffer in this conflict, and presents a more balanced picture of the situation, as a more appropriate representation of the medical community’s commitment to the alleviation of human suffering.
Please join us in signing the letter and disseminating it to your medical peers: http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=pvjAv_nQaRxr4hwAD5RXoQw

smitch on January 15, 2009 at 7:14 pm

Wow, I am shocked by how many people are on this list. Thank you so much for letting me know about this.

free on January 15, 2009 at 7:45 pm

What is as sickening to me as the fact that they would sign this petition, is that many are here on foreign visas and taking up spots in our medical institutes thanks to affirmative action. Let’s face it. Most qualified white male students who apply to medical school are overlooked for these foreigners and we as a society are many times paying for their education. It is so wrong on so many levels.

god fearing bible thumping gun totter on January 15, 2009 at 7:59 pm

These future doctors have signed onto a list supporting Hamas. They were stupid to do so and should pay a professional price. Israel is fighting for it’s very existence and all those supposed do gooders are sabotageing Israel’s fight against the Islamic terrorists. Those Jew’s that signed this petition are idiots and should be ashamed of themselves.

geo11 on January 15, 2009 at 8:39 pm

Barack Hussein Obama, Cornel West, Charles Ogletree, Laurence Tribe, Cass Susstein and now a drooling Kimmel.
Shut down Harvard!

Winghunter on January 15, 2009 at 8:43 pm

What you fail to realize is that many (if not all) of the students who signed this petition are strongly against ALL of the violence that has occurred in this region of world, not just the events that are taking place in Gaza at this point in time. I genuinely believe that the authors of this letter meant to convey a message of total anti-violence intended for all involved parties to adhere to, not just Israel. I believe that the true message of this letter was to express a desire for more of a “universal peace” so that ALL people can live their lives without constant fear, not this “medical student terrorist” nonsense that you all have written about. I agree that the petition should have been worded differently to better address the history of violence that has occurred in these areas. I feel that the attacks on Israel that have occurred over the previous years are absolutely horrific, but at the same time,I also believe that what is happening now in Gaza is terrible too. So many citizens (of Izrael and Gaza) have suffered for so long; when will the violence stop? That is what we really hope for – ALL of the violence to end.

nerd on January 15, 2009 at 9:08 pm

Sooo, Nerd and some other idiots are trying to say that Medical students aren’t smart enough to realize they were being used when asked to sign it…after all, they’re just doctors.
The scary part of that is, it’s almost believable.

Winghunter on January 15, 2009 at 10:02 pm

As a physican – pulmonary/critical care medicine – and avid Zionist, I wholeheartedly condemn these perfidious, feckless and ignorant medical students and physicians who support the ‘poor Gazans’ and “Hamas.”
What fools, useless idiots and ‘jihadists.’
I suggest that these miscreants volunteer to do their residencies in Gaza or Tehran or Damascus.

sanderzack on January 16, 2009 at 12:45 am

The only response needed to these “students” who are so concerned about lives is this: did you sign the petition condemning terrorist attacks against anyone- whether they be Israelis, Christians, Hindus, or even muslims, all over the world where innocents are truly being slaughtered? Petitions against what is going on all over Africa- i.e. Sudan, Darfur, Somalia; what’s happening in India? Etc. Etc…. yeah, I thought so.
Oh, and how about the Hamas and PLO charters- have you found a moment out of your long study time (and petition signing time) to read either of them? Try articles 7 and 13 of the Hamas charter, which specifically calls for the MURDER of JEWS (NOT ISRAELIS) ANYWHERE THEY MAY BE.

Doda McCheesle on January 16, 2009 at 9:15 am

Maybe I can slide a little left of the actual issue here and make a statement. I am confused by all the idealistic, insanely naive people in the world condemning Israel for their actions. Here in the US after 9/11 we went looking for those responsible and as a result have been engaged in two wars for many years now. And yet there are those among us who would deny Israel the right to self defense when they are being attacked by terrorist everyday. It must be easy for these people sitting in their protected enclaves here in our country, defended by our military to play armchair general/politician/philosopher and take the moral high road. I would make the argument they would be less likely to play this role if their lives were in danger twenty four hours a day. Neither the US nor any sovereign country in the world would allow such attacks to continue if it were within their power to stop them. The right to self defense is as inherent as any other God given right we enjoy in our country and the free world today. I firmly support what Israel is doing and I believe they are exercising their right to protect their citizens from terrorist attack. Kudos to Israel for making the hard decision and enduring the criticism of all those around us with no understanding of the world.

lionheart28 on January 17, 2009 at 1:50 am

*** The Constitution of the United States, Art. III, defines treason against the United States to consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid or comfort. This offence is punished with death. By the same article of the Constitution, no person shall be convicted of treason, unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court. ***

Patriot on January 17, 2009 at 4:48 am

Um… I’m pro-Israel, but I don’t see an issue here. These are medical students. They’re young, they’re idealistic. They signed a petition whose basic message is “War = bad.” This is a far cry from saying they’re sympathetic to terrorists. Had a petition deploring the violence in South Ossetia been sent their way, I’m sure many would have signed that as well.
Sorry, but this is a non-issue, and to make a big deal out of it ultimately speaks worse for us as supporters of Israel. Let it go.
[J: UH, NO. YOU DON'T HAVE A CLUE WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT. THE PETITION CONDEMNED ISRAEL REPEATEDLY. IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT--AS HERE--THE BEST THING TO DO IS SHUT UP. THE BASIC MESSAGE OF THE PETITION WAS NOT "WAR=BAD." IT WAS "ISRAEL=BAD." WAKE THE HECK UP. OR SHUT THE HECK UP. DS]

Johnny on January 17, 2009 at 5:24 am

Medical students typically do not spend the time necessary to understand current events; they are busy studying, rounding, taking care of patients, etc. When a “sounds good” type of petition such as this is passed around, instead of thinking, they just sign it. I doubt that 10% of these usually well meaning goofs even understand the Israeli/Gaza problem. Let them spend a few days in Siderot or any of the Kibbutz in range of the rockets and see the effect indiscriminate shelling has the local innocents, and perhaps they would understand it better. I would doubt that any of them have read the Hamas Charter. None of them understand the majority of the population of Gaza is essentially held hostage by the militant groups and the people have no say in their being used as human shields. I am on several admission committees for residencies at a large medical center, and you can be sure that I will refer to this list when applicants present themselves.

Docrambo on January 17, 2009 at 1:03 pm

very few people who comment can even read the petition text (you need access code and DS compulsively deletes anytime anyone posts the full text). ergo most of you do not care to know what this issue is and come to this site to find more people to hate.
mr “10% of medical students are idiots” claiming to be on admissions committees, no one cares because:
1. you are lying because someone who makes up data (“10% of students do this or that) is very unlikely to be in a position that requires strict data-based practice
2. even if you are telling truth: people who want peace and signed this petition would love for you to reject their application. you probably inject patients and medical students with HIV if they dare to say terror in israel is probably not so much worse than terror in palestine (e.g. very true it’s terrifying to live in a city where rockets can land anytime, anywhere and sirens interrupt your daily life and make you run to the bomb shelter. true and sad. also true and sad that you see leaflets from IDF, first there is no real bomb shelter. second, the shelters are not safe either)
Ms DS, it’s ok to be controversial to sell more books or make more money by appearing in more shows. not very cool to cut off access to main text and accuse students to be terrorists. AND, if you were pro-hamas, you would be hiding, no? or would you be signing a pro-hamas petition for everyone to see? you have a cult of followers that are eager to believe that these med students are openly pro-hamas! no one is openly pro-hamas in this country!

bogus on January 17, 2009 at 8:32 pm

OK Bogus, here goes: If you are a medical student, your skills at reading comprehension are really lacking. Your lack of objectivity is only exceeded by your irrationality. Perhaps you are one of the “care givers” described by the nurse from Michigan, a scenario with which I am all too familiar. There is a reason that any ill, wounded Palestinian desperately tries to get to Israel, and that is because they know that no matter what their background, religion, etc, real physicians will take care of them. The reciprocal is not true. Unfortunately, I can tell that you will never be a real physician.

Docrambo on January 17, 2009 at 9:31 pm

I am beyond words at how many people have signed up to that petition. All the petition does is express their inability to comprehend the situation, otherwise these people would have had a petition out against the roughly 8000 morters and missles shot against Israel directly aimed at the civilian populace they claim to support.
I am appalled by the rationalization of Anita in the comments above. Anita, if you really want to be a better person, and a better doctor, then why the hell have you been mute about the 8000 rockets and morters fired at Israeli civilians over the last 8 years, which this action was meant to suppress? Because it seems to me, and quite a few others that the stance you are taking, is badly unbalanced. It shows a bias. If you care about humans Anita, you care about *ALL* humans. Including the ones being used as target practice by hamas. Which they and their fellow terrorist travelers have been doing for the past years.
Yet we haven’t heard nary a peep from you and your cohorts … have we now Anita? Why would that be? Are Israeli civilian lives worth less than Gazan lives? Your actions say yes. As do the actions of every single one of the signatories on this list.
You are a disgrace to your future profession Anita. As are all of the signatories on this list.
Please, do us all a favor, and drop out of school now. We do not want to see a doctor who will devalue our life over the life of someone they may have a political preference for.
If you want to see true selflessness Anita, go spend time as an observer in an Israeli hospital, where the doctors treat all who enter, terrorist and civilian alike, without delay, without compunction. They are true menches. Doctors that treat patients who would happily kill the doctors, and have tried, in some cases succeeded, given the chance.
That, Anita, is what it means to be a doctor. You obviously don’t have what it takes.

Kranky One on January 18, 2009 at 10:20 am

Some of these are Jewish Hospitals. What are they thinking. My mom used to say always wear clean underwear incase of an accident. Now you must also keep a ham sandwich nearby.

Scott on January 19, 2009 at 10:01 pm

My first time posting.
I just wish to say thank you for the accurate, and honest columns that you write. It really is quite refreshing.
Jim

James Jacobsen on February 1, 2009 at 2:03 pm

Ms. Schussel,
Your posting regarding the letter I signed for the Lancet represents the narrow-minded and biased thinking that perpetuates this tragic conflict. A person without an agenda would have posted the full-text of the letter about which you comment. Since you clearly do not want any semblance of objective analysis, I have posted the contents of the letter below so that your readers can judge it for themselves:
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The Lancet, Volume 373, Issue 9660, Page 295, 24 January 2009
doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(09)60042-8 Cite or Link Using DOI
In solidarity with Gaza
Rami Abdou a, Iyah Romm a, Davida Schiff a, Kirsten Austad b, Sam Dubal b, Simeon Kimmel b , Eugene Schiff c, on behalf of 753 other medical students
With sadness and urgency we, medical students, express our outrage at the brutal Israeli attacks and subsequent humanitarian disaster that is occurring in Gaza. As we write, more than 600 Palestinians have been killed and more than 2700 wounded in Israel’s disproportionate assault that began on Dec 27, 2008. Not just as medical students, but as Christians, Jews, and Muslims; as Arabs, Americans, Israelis, and Palestinians, we write in solidarity with the people of Gaza as they suffer yet another major humanitarian disaster.
On Dec 10, 1948, the General Assembly of the UN proclaimed that access to medical care is an inalienable human right. More than 60 years later, as medical supplies in Gaza’s overstretched and underequipped hospitals dwindle, this right is far from realised. The international community has been slow to respond with aid and even that which is offered is not reaching those in need.
Hospitals scramble to operate without power, medicines, and clean water as medical equipment and health workers are prevented from crossing the border. WHO reports that health personnel have been targeted in breach of medical neutrality and in violation of international humanitarian law. Testimonies gathered by Physicians for Human RightsóIsrael report that patients wait in vain for treatment that cannot be provided by overwhelmed medical personnel in paralysed clinics. This massive influx of seriously injured civilians would overwhelm even the best of the hospitals in which we train.
Meanwhile, the bombardment of Gazaóone of the most densely populated regions in the worldócontinues unabated and the international community refuses to address Israel’s abhorrent policy of collective punishment. Israel claims only to target militants, yet the lists of wounded and dead are rife with civilians, many of them children.
Irrespective of the complex dynamics of this conflict, human rights, medical neutrality, and the protection of non-combatants always demand respect. Israeli ìhigh-precisionî weapons have destroyed a UN school in Jabaliya, which was being used to house refugees, killing 40 civilians alone. We do not dismiss Hamas’s role, nor condone its targeting of Israeli civilians. How will the slaughter of Israeli or Palestinian civilians bring peace to this region? We fear this will instead breed new generations of hate, distrust, and misunderstanding. Yet the numbers of lives lost tell the story: Israel’s response is disproportionate and unacceptable.
We cannot sit idly in silence as this violent assault on a civilian population kills and maims hundreds of people. The principles we accepted on entering the medical profession compel us to speak out in the face of these gross violations of basic decency and respect for human life. We implore the international community to shoulder its responsibility to the people of Gaza. We are embarrassed at US complicity and regret that many of the weapons fired come from our own country.
As members of the medical profession, we call for an immediate cessation of hostilities, the immediate and comprehensive provision of humanitarian aid, and recognition of the neutrality guaranteed to medical providers by international law. Israel has only now approved limited humanitarian corridors, but this is insufficient and has proven ineffective. We stand united in opposing the health and human rights disaster inflicted on the citizens of Gaza. As we hope for a return to civility, dialogue, compromise, and resolution, our hearts go out to all of the victims of this tragedy. The violence must stop.
We declare that we have no conflict of interest.
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I wholeheartedly support the contents of this letter (even though I am an Indian Orthodox Christian, U.S.-born, son of South Indian parents). I implore everyone to really try to look at the Middle East conflict from an objective perspective. Only then can there be a viable solution.

Anish on February 20, 2009 at 12:10 pm

You are extremely misinformed… If I didn’t think you were a close-minded, irrational woman, I’d spend time actually pointing out the multiple flaws in this. You are full of hate and help perpetuate the problem in the first place. After seeing what you did to Anita Unnithan’s post, I realize that you have no desire to LISTEN, you only have the desire to TALK, and more importantly, you’re talking out of your ass, and not your mouth.

I am Muslim and some of my best friends are Jewish. For every awful story you have about Muslims hurting people, there are equally horrific stories about Jewish people hurting people. The take home point is NOT that one is religion is better than the other. The take home point is that the people who perform these ridiculously unethical acts are BAD PEOPLE, Muslim or Jewish. We should all be banding against VIOLENCE, not one particular religion. Which is EXACTLY what the students on this petition want to do.

So in conclusion, I feel really bad for you, Debbie. I feel bad that you waste so much time hating and not even one minute understanding. Good luck in “changing the world.”

anonymous on August 28, 2009 at 2:24 pm

By the way, I signed the petition above. And I’d do the same if the petition was about how Jewish people were being killed by Muslim people, or about how ANY group of people was being killed by any other group of people. Like the other medical students on this list, I am against VIOLENCE against ANYONE.

anonymous on August 28, 2009 at 2:27 pm

We can all name lots of doctors, or any professional for that matter, who’s blatantly abused/exploited their position to uphold their own interests or harm others. No single demographic stands out in this.

Also, being anti-Israel doesn’t make you pro-Hamas. Israel has perpetrated U.N human rights violations across the board; who WOULDN’T condemn that just as much as they condemn Hamas?

anonymous on October 14, 2009 at 6:01 pm

As an attorney, I am so disgusted by the misrepresentation of truth you have done in this post and by the discredit you threw with no need on the moltitude of people you mention here (I believe without even checking the truth of them).
Those people just signed a petition who testually says: “we write in solidarity with the people of Gaza as they suffer yet another”, after an Isreali attack.

This is far from saying that they support Hamas (which is the terrorist fringe of the Palestinians) and even further from saying that they won’t heal, as doctors, any people in need.
Indeed, the solidarity with the people of Gaza clearly means exactly the opposite: that is, every human being, wherever he lives, and whichever god he believes, has the right to live in peace and safety.
Hippocrate’s oath (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hippocratic_Oath), which is the basics for each doctor, affirms this.

This post is offensive, untrue and I hope someone will sue Ms Schlussel in a legal action for this.

Since I am european, and I live in Europe, I am sorry I cannot support this action as an attorney, if not just ideally.
I do wish Ms Schlussel will pay all the damages worldwide she’s making to those doctors, to all doctors and to all americans.
Sincerely

italian attorney on October 30, 2009 at 7:11 am

I am one of the medical students listed in this blog. I have glanced over all that you have written, and it is incredibly obvious that you have made an awful lot of generalizations. Generalizations by people on both sides of the Isreali – Palestinian conflict fuel the hate on both sides. Isreal and Palestinians have both made mistakes in this conflict, and neither side is more justified in the conflict than the other. Killing or intimidation are not just, no matter who is the one doing the killing. Instead of making generalizations that fuel the hate, why not try to increase communication between both sides so that solutions to problems and understanding of the other sides concerns can happen.

Just to be 100% clear, I, who am listed as a HAMAS friendly future doctor in this blog, do not support any action by HAMAS or Isreal that brings harm to humans. I, who am listed as a HAMAS friendly future doctor in this blog, support and would help any person who is suffering, no matter the race, nationality, or religion of that person.

I am really curious as to why you feel the need to make accusations like you made.

Palestinian medical student on December 4, 2009 at 10:53 pm

What a load of crock. I attended the University of Michigan along with some of these med students. Let me make three points:

1. The vast majority of the people on this list are US citizens

2. Many of the people with “Muslim-sounding names” are in fact Christians, most of them more devout than you are

3. Anyone who can’t see the difference between opposing a specific Israeli military action and actively supporting Hamas is a moron. Just because I don’t want the Yankees to beat the Tigers doesn’t make me a Red Sox fan. Which is essentially what Ms. Schlussel is arguing.

Rob on February 6, 2010 at 9:19 am

Sir/miss,
You amazed me with your list. Specially when I see the name of my best friend between the doctors who would be anti-Israel and even would want to kill or not treat Israeli patients.
This list is not accurate and made as propaganda. My best friend and a person who is actually like family to me, is not and will never become such criminal. I’m a doctor myself and I dearly love my friend and know her very well. PLEASE STOP misusing internet for your own perpuse and putting innocent people’s names on your blacklist!
My friend’s name is Mariam Rodmall, ON YOUR LIST!! And she is not such a person. She is a caring, humanitarian and soft hearted girl who will become a very skilled doctor with a heart of gold for all her patients. I know her very well and she never discriminates, she loves all. She specially cares for the people who are in need, not dependent of their political or religious views.
STOP harrassing people. have you any idea howmuch damage you breng to people by making the false list of yours???
Shame on you! You call yourself a jew? I know very well that in non of the four holy books is written that you are allowed to misuse an innocents name for you own purpose. It’s a sin!!
PLEASE, delete the name of my friend from your list! I politely ask you to. Otherwise legal action will take place soon.

Aryan Malyar on February 16, 2010 at 9:32 pm

What you’ve written here are a bunch of lies. You have taken a well-intentioned petition out of context by linking it with support for HAMAS. You have also made senseless assumptions and accusations that will harm the reputations of many of our country’s best and brightest. As an American, I am strongly ashamed that you also dare to call yourself one and have chosen to spread this sort of information. What you’ve done is wrong and misleading especially for the uniformed and ignorant. I applaud these young doctors for standing up for what they believe in and trying to help poor civilians who don’t have a voice to speak for themselves. If you have any morals or abide by any set of ethics, I strongly recommend you post a retraction and write about each issue separately. Terrorist groups and states like Israel on the one hand, and medical students of the world’s biggest democracy on the other. DON’T mix the issues together, slap together a post, and accuse innocent people with your baseless assumptions.

Infuriated American on March 14, 2010 at 12:48 pm

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