The Clinical Problem Solvers
The Clinical Problem Solvers
The Clinical Problem Solvers
Episode 60 – Human Dx w/ Penn team – Seizure
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Episode description

Dr. Travis Smith presents a Human Dx unknown to Reza and Penn team  – student Drs. Hernando and Murdock.

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Mary Ann Hernando

Mary Ann Hernando is a 5th-year medical student at the University of Pennsylvania in the process of applying in Internal Medicine. She is originally from Miami, Florida and received her undergraduate degree in neuroscience from the University of Miami. During medical school, she took a year out to pursue a Master of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University with a concentration in health systems and policy. In her spare time, Mary Ann enjoys cooking with friends, live music, and working her way through every escape room in Philadelphia. 

H. Moses Murdock

H. Moses Murdock is a 5th year medical student at the University of Pennsylvania applying in Internal Medicine. He is originally from Orlando, Florida, and received his undergraduate degree at the University of Central Florida in molecular biology and microbiology. In his free time, Moses enjoys running, reading, and discovering new vegetarian restaurants.

Dr. Travis Smith

Travis Smith is an attending EM doc and clinical preceptor at St. Vincent’s Southside in Jacksonville, Florida. He also currently serves as a Regional Dean for the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine where he helps mentor 50 wonderful and bright third and fourth year medical students. He is a graduate from the University of Florida Emergency Residency-Jacksonville campus in 2012 and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine-Bradenton in 2009. He received a degree in Biological Science from The Florida State University in 2005 (go Noles). In his spare time, he enjoys being a father of 3 young kids, golfing as much as possible, FSU football, and bedside ultrasound with his new Butterfly IQ.