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Jeremy Schnall, MD, talks about his experience in the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine fellowship at MassGeneral Hospital for Children/Harvard Medical School.
Jeremy Schnall, MD Hometown: Hollis, NY Undergraduate School:Yeshiva University Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine Residency: LIJ Cohen Children’s Medical Center, NY Currently Living: Brookline, MAMGHFC and Me: Although visiting, let alone moving, to Boston for a New Yorker can be anxiety provoking (thank God I’m not a Yankees fan!), I knew I had made the right choice for myself, my wife and daughters as soon as we settled into Boston. First and foremost, the MGH PICU family is truly a team that will plant, nourish, and sustain clinical, educational and personal growth for each fellow in their own way. The relatively small and close-knit faculty work so well together and closely with us, and are always supportive, encouraging and wise, and my amazing co-fellows are great peer-mentors and friends. The opportunities to pursue research (from clinical or basic science to translational and obscure!) at MGH are second to none, with world-renowned expert mentors galore; the only difficulty is choosing where you want to make your mark. I am enrolling patients in a prospective observational study to better understand patient-ventilator asynchrony and its effects on outcomes with a mentor who has published well over 150 articles! Finally, Boston is an awesome walk-able city and a great place to raise a family. With a park on every block, tons of outdoor, sporting and cultural events, and spring, summer, and fall weather that is awesome (winters aren’t as bad as everyone says they are!), it has been a great city for us.
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