The HMS Financial Aid Office and Dr. Ned Palmer are pleased to bring you a 3-part financial literacy series.
Dr. Ned Palmer, MD MPH will provide financial information to help prepare you for your entire career as a physician. As the Co-Founder of Panacea Financial, a national digital bank for physicians, residents, and medical students, Dr. Palmer is acutely aware of the financial struggles of medical trainees.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Admitted Students Preview Days 2022 (the event formerly known as Revisit) will be hosted virtually. Admitted HMS MD and MD-PhD, as well as HSDM students, will be invited to register in order to access the online platform.
About Admitted Students Preview Days:
Admitted Students Preview Days is is held each year in April and is an opportunity for admitted applicants to hear more about HMS and HSDM from faculty, students, and staff before making their final decision as to which medical or dental school they will attend. The...
The HMS Financial Aid Office is partnering with the Harvard University Employees Credit Union (HUECU) and Experian Credit Agency to provide you with a 3-part financial literacy series on student loan repayment, debt management, and credit health.
These sessions are broken down into 3 segments which will take place weekly on Tuesday eveings.
Please join Rod Griffin, Senior Director Consumer Education and Advocacy, Experian for the final session of this series...
The HMS Financial Aid Office and Dr. Ned Palmer are pleased to bring you a 4-part financial literacy series.
Please join Dr. Chirag Shah MD, MPH for the first session of this series: Personal Finance for Medical Students.
Dr. Shah is a vitreoretinal surgeon at Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, and the Co-Director of the Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship. He has recently co-authored a book on personal finance for physicians, “Financial...
Please join Dr. Chirag Shah MD, MPH for a weekly financial planning series on how to navigate your personal finances as a future MD.
Dr. Shah is a vitreoretinal surgeon at Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, and the Co-Director of the Vitreoretinal Surgery Fellowship. He has recently co-authored a book on personal finance for physicians, “Financial Freedom Rx: The Physician’s Guide to Achieving Financial Independence.”
When he’s not studying, Harvard Medical School student Sean Fletcher counsels Boston adolescents about HIV and AIDS at Boston Children’s Hospital. He mentors minority high school students interested in health professions. And he’s a research assistant at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
“It’s actually shocking to me, in hindsight, that I was able to do this.”
Those were the words of Robert L. Satcher Jr., MD ’94, PhD, and former U.S. astronaut, commenting on a photo of one of his walks in space during a mission to the International Space Station in 2009.
“I got to do a couple of space walks. It was a lot like orthopedic surgery, but on a much bigger patient,” he said, referring to the engineering and mechanical work he and another astronaut performed on the space station during the walks.