Patrick S. Phelan, B.A., (M.P.H.S.)
(B.A. Psychology, University of Arkansas '14)
(M.P.H.S. Clinical Epidemiology, completed '18-'19, to be awarded 2020)
I am a senior medical student at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. I recently completed a Master of Population Health Sciences (M.P.H.S.) degree in clinical epidemiology and am entering my final clinical year, with dual-degree (M.D., M.P.H.S.) graduation anticipated for May 2020.
My clinical interests include general and preventive medicine, dermatology, urology, infectious disease, and nutrition and metabolism. My research interests include clinical dermatology, methodology in evidence-based medicine and biostatistics, and clinical reasoning. Other interests include medical ethics and medical education.
I judge my scientific alignment to be between Chaotic Neutral and Chaotic Good.
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Not the Phelan you're looking for?This author not to be confused with:
Patrick J. Phelan, M.D. (General and Vascular Surgeon, Oregon)
Patrick E. Phelan, M.D. (Pediatrician, Illinois)
Patrick E. (Pat) Phelan, Ph.D. (Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Arizona State University, Arizona)
Peter S. (P. S.) Phelan, M.D. (Ophthalmologist (Retired), UK)
Patrick Phelan, B.A. (English, Haverford College '11, www.patrickphelan.com)
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