In this episode we interview Dr. Ronit Shah, an orthopaedic surgery resident at Temple University. Dr. Shah shares experiences from his life as an orthopaedic resident, discusses the orthopaedic research year he completed at CHOP/UPenn between M3 and M4 year, and provides advice for students applying to orthopaedic surgery residency. Dr. Shah is also a co-author of the Principles of Clinical Biochemistry Textbook from DaVinci Academy.
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Ronit Shah, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgery Resident, Temple University School of Medicine
Benjamin Fox Orthopaedic Surgery Research Fellowship (Between M3 and M4 Years), Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
M.D., The University of Toledo College of Medicine
B.S., The University of Toledo
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