Calling All Atheist Medical School Students

I’m working on a project and I’d like to bounce some ideas off of medical school students who are currently in (or finishing) their M1 year or anyone starting med school in the fall.

I guarantee anonymity. I won’t spam you or give your emails to anyone else. This is purely for me, so I can ask you all some questions.

If you wouldn’t mind being my sounding board, just send me an email with your name, year in med school, and where you go (or will go).

Thanks in advance!

About Hemant Mehta

Hemant Mehta is the chair of Foundation Beyond Belief and a high school math teacher in the suburbs of Chicago. He began writing the Friendly Atheist blog in 2006. His latest book is called The Young Atheist's Survival Guide.

  • Dave Muscato

    My parents are doctors & teach at a med school; I’ll pass this along.

  • Aneres

    Email sent! I’m first year of Medical Assisting (Associate of Occupational Studies), hopefully I can help =)

  • WallofSleep

    Why is it you never ask for input from atheists whose expertise lies in getting drunk and playing video games all day? Oh, right. Never mind.

    • stop2wonder

      You’re being discriminated against, that’s why. :)

      • WallofSleep

        For good reason too, I’ll wager.

    • Lucy’s Bane

      Or atheists who specialize in getting drunk and karaoking all night. ^_^

  • Bruce Leckey

    Don’t forget about OMSI. Not all physicians are MDs.

    • Reginald Selkirk

      Oregon Museum of Science & Industry? Who could forget one of the top science museums in the nation? Their mummy exhibit opens next week.

      • Bruce Leckey

        Not quite. OMSI stands for osteopathic medical student first year. Osteopathic physicians (DO) are the only other licensed physicians who can practice medicine in the united states.

        • Reginald Selkirk

          The other one is cooler. Do you have mummies?

    • Guest

      Not quite. OMSI stands for osteopathic medical student first year. Osteopathic physicians (DO) are the only other licensed physicians who can practice medicine in the united states.


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