Founder and Host
Brian Elliott is a second year medical student and the Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University. He graduated from the University of Delaware with a B.S. Exercise Science and B.A. Liberal Studies. Currently, he is a Health Professions Scholarship Program student as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force. He has a long history of working with younger students, previously working as Student Chair of an undergraduate Emergency Medicine internship program and for Kaplan Test Prep.
Joshua M. Finer is a graduate from Temple University’s Fox School of Business with a B.B.A. degree in Finance and a Certificate of Leadership. From holding various roles in the financial field to aiding a digital media marketing start-up grow, Joshua spearheads tasks, projects, and problems with efficiency and tenacity. His specialties include financial analysis and modeling, budgets, accounting, strategy, and leadership. In addition to his role as CFO at Med Stud Memoirs, Joshua holds the roles of Financial Consulting Analyst at a Private Equity Advisory Firm, CMF Associates, and Vice President of Sales at a Digital Media Marketing Company, Viral Ideas Marketing. He will take on a new role in September as a Valuation Associate on the Transaction Advisory Services Team at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The content shared in MedStud Memoirs does not express the views or opinions of Thomas Jefferson University. Content shared is solely intended for educational purposes, and content should never be used or interpreted as standard of care, medical advice, or treatment recommendations.
MedStud Memoirs is dedicated to inspiring students, and educating them on their path to becoming a doctor. We believe that there are lessons unable to be learned in a classroom, and that these lessons should be shared through the experience of others.
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Med Stud Memoirs is hosted by Brian Elliott and Sarah Halbert, students at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. To meet the rest of our staff, simply go to our about us page. As a collective group of medical students, we wanted to see where textbook medical education fits into the real world. With the help of many guests, we share experiences that help accomplish this in our biweekly medical school podcast.
As premedical, medical, and other healthcare students, it's important to know textbook knowledge in medical education and understand what it's like for patients to experience medicine. MedStud Memoirs tackles both of these in this medical school podcast. First, we'll discuss the science of specific conditions, then our best podcasts come from people who have lived with the condition or doctors who have treated it. To get a glimpse of the next condition, complete our treat the sneak peak module.