in-Training 10-Year Anniversary” in-Training, the peer-reviewed online publication for medical students

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Nita Chen, MD (39 posts)

Medical Student Editor and in the formation Distinguished Staff Member

University of Florida Fixel Movement and Neurorestoration Institute

Nita Chen is currently a Movement Disorders Fellow at the University of Florida Movement and Neurorestoration Program. She is a medical student in the class of 2017 at Albany Medical College. To become cultural, she spent her early years of study in Taiwan and truly enjoyed the wonderful Taiwanese cuisine and milk tea, thus ruining her appetite for the rest of her life in the United States. In addition to her majors in neuroscience and cognitive science during her undergraduate career, she locked herself in her bedroom writing silly fictional stories, doodling and playing the piano. Or she could be found rocking like a gigantic science nerd in various labs. Now she hides in her room to study most of the time.

Nita Chen, MD, Movement Disorders Fellow at the Normal Fixel Institute for Neurological Disease, contributes to this piece of graphic medicine as a former editor-in-training, editor, columnist, and featured artist for our print book-in-training: Stories of doctors of tomorrow, Volume 2.


10 year anniversary in training / Ready to use



2020 has been a tough year for all of us (and 2021, and 2022…), but it brought me closer to medical humanities. The pandemic was the reason I started writing.


10th anniversary of formation / Opinions



Fully grasping the breadth of the medical humanities is simply not possible. In fact, it’s all too easy for the medical community not to appreciate all the ways in which the humanities not only complement, but enhance medicine. Medicine – such a biological and chemical field – is often associated with much more rigidity than where the humanities allow the mind to go.


10th anniversary of formation / Opinions



jennifer geller Jennifer Geller (4 posts)

Contributing Writer and Medical Student Writer

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine

Jennifer is a sophomore medical student at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Piscataway, New Jersey, class of 2024. In 2020, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Biology from Brandeis University. When not studying medicine, she enjoys reading, cooking and spending time with friends and family. Other academic interests include medical education, narrative medicine, and bioethics.


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