This is one in a series of profiles showcasing some of Harvard’s stellar graduates.When Rosh and Roshan Sethi were small, their mother used to bring them to work with her. A physician, her days were long. The boys, fraternal twins born minutes apart, would bring sleeping bags and nap under her desk.Today, the two are still together, preparing to graduate from Harvard Medical School and contemplating futures in clinics of their own.“It’s just like no other profession, in terms of what you get to do — like science, like stories, like people.” Roshan said. “You just learn a lot about the world through medicine. You meet all kinds of people who’ve had all kinds of lives.”Roshan is planning to attend a one-year internal medicine residency program at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital, followed by a radiation oncology program that spans several Harvard-affiliated hospitals. Rosh, who is interested in otolaryngology (head and neck surgery), is planning on a one-year surgical internship at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), followed by a residency at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, both Harvard affiliates, in a program that also involves other Harvard-affiliated hospitals.“I can’t pinpoint early on why I wanted to be a surgeon, but to me it was just a unique way to impact a patient’s life,” Rosh said. “Especially for ENT [ear, nose, and throat surgery], it’s a very big impact on a patient’s quality of life, which was important to me.”The twins were in the same classes through grade school and high school and attended Yale University as undergraduates, rooming together for two of their four years. Today, they share an apartment in Brookline, and they’ll continue to live together during this next phase of training.They also were together during a time both recall as influential. As teenagers, they volunteered at a local cancer clinic near their hometown of Calgary, Canada. They pushed a cart through the palliative care ward, serving high tea on fine china to patients undergoing cancer treatment. Neither had met patients with cancer before.The experience influenced Roshan’s interest in cancer medicine and Rosh’s in head and neck surgery, which can be employed in cancer care.They took similar trajectories through medical school, with each taking time off to expand their horizons, though in different directions. Rosh spent a year at the Harvard School of Public Health, earning a master’s in public health, and worked with David Roberson at Boston Children’s Hospital on a quality-improvement collaborative around tracheostomy care.During his first year, Rosh also spent time working on the nonprofit Family Van, which brings medical services into Boston’s disadvantaged neighborhoods.HMS Dean for Students Nancy Oriol, the Family Van’s founder, said that Rosh’s essay reflecting on his experience there caught her eye. In it, Rosh said that the van program taught him that even though cases are handled by following medical routines and specific technical steps, each case is a person first, with whom one must connect to build trust. Oriol spoke with him recently and, although the crush of medical school can cause once-meaningful experiences to fade over time, Rosh told her that the Family Van’s lesson was one he has carried with him.“The common element [among students working on the Family Van] is that they want to take care of patients,” Oriol said. “They’re both excellent students. They’ve been fantastic from the beginning.”Roshan spent a year on a Doris Duke Fellowship conducting research at MGH, traveled to Rwanda to work with the nonprofit Partners In Health, and has been exercising his writing chops working with Amy Holden Jones, creator of the ABC television series “Black Box” about a neurologist secretly dealing with bipolar disorder. Roshan has served as a medical consultant on some of the episodes for its premier season, and said he enjoyed the experience enough to keep writing, though he doesn’t see that as ever supplanting medicine as a career.Roshan conducted research in the lab of Shannon MacDonald, assistant professor of radiation oncology at MGH and Harvard Medical School. She said it was a pleasure to work with him and play a part in his professional development.“Roshan possesses all of the attributes you could hope for in young physician: compassion, intelligence, true excitement for the field of medicine, a hunger for learning, and, despite his many talents, humility,” MacDonald said. “Roshan will touch many lives in a positive way regardless of what he ultimately chooses to pursue in his career.”
England visit the Aviva in a fortnight’s time, and before that Johnny Sexton is due to play for his club Racing Metro next Saturday. The out-half suffered a nasty gash to the head in yesterday’s game, and Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt admitted to being apprehensive about Sexton’s return to France: https://soundcloud.com/tippfmradio/schmidt-talks-about-johnny-sexton?in=tippfmradio/sets/tipp-fm-sportEngland had it easier against Italy, but did concede three tries in a 47-17 win.Two sides looking to get their campaigns back on track meet at Murrayfield this afternoon.Both Scotland and Wales lost their opening fixtures.Kick off at Murrayfield is at 3 o’clock. Ireland will play host to England in the third round of matches, with both coming through yesterday’s tests victorious.Joe Schmidt’s side got the better of an attritional encounter with France, eventually running out 18 points to 11 winners.Ireland sit on the shoulder of England at the top of the Six Nations table, following yesterday’s bruising win.
Source: BBC Stoke City are set to sign former Chelsea midfielder John Mikel Obi on a one-year deal.The former Nigeria captain, 33, is a free agent having left Turkish side Trabzonspor by mutual consent in March.Earlier this week he told BBC Sport Africa he was open to a return to English football.Mikel made 249 Premier League appearances for Chelsea in an 11-year spell, which ended when he left Stamford Bridge in 2017.He won the Champions League and Europa League, two Premier Leagues, three FA Cups and the League Cup with the London side.After leaving Stamford Bridge he joined Chinese side Tianjin TEDA and had a brief spell at Middlesbrough in 2019.Mikel won 89 caps for Nigeria, playing in two World Cups and helping the Super Eagles win the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, before announcing his retirement from international football last summer.
Cranes training at Lugogo today. FUFA MEDIASaturdayUganda vs Kampala region Select XINovember 8International friendly: Uganda vs ZambiaNovember 122018 FIFA World Cup Russia Qualfier-Africa Zone: Uganda vs Congo BrazzavilleUganda coach Sredejovic ‘Micho’ Milutin has named a Cranes squad to prepare to face Zambia in a friendly on November 8 and for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifier against Congo Brazzaville on November 12.Nineteen foreign based players who will later be joined by eleven local based players will make a total of 30 to prepare for the two encounters.While speaking at the FUFA weekly press conference in Mengo on Wednesday, Micho said that the 11 local based players will be selected from the the 22 who will feature for the Uganda Cranes in the Kampala region tour on Saturday at the Mutesa II Memorial Stadium in Wankulukuku.Micho, who was flanked by the assistant coach Moses Basena , FUFA Communications Manager Ahmed Hussein and the sponsors Airtel Uganda and Nile Breweries Limited representative Bobkins Kibirige, said he is giving players two chances to prove their worth.“We have summoned 19 professionals and 22 locally based players all of whom have equal chances to fight for the places on the final team against Congo Brazzaville. First we have a match against the Kampala regional team at Wankulukuku on Saturday, then the Zambian friendly match,” Micho said.The team started training on Wednesday with a test match.Uganda started their World Cup campaign by holding Ghana to a goalless draw away last month.List of the foreign based playersGoalkeepers: Denis Onyango, Robert Odongkara, Salim Jamal Magola Defenders: Denis Iguma, Walusimbi Godffrey, Isaac Isinde, Murshid Juuko, Ronald Mukiibi, Mike AziraMidfielders: Shafic Batambuze,Godffrey Baba Kizito, Tonny Mawejje, Yassar Mugerwa, Moses Oloya,Khalid AuchoStrikers: Faruku Miya, Yunus Sentamu, William Kizito Luwagga and Geoffrey MassaThe 22 Local Based playersGoalkeepers: Benjamin Ochan, Ismail WatengaDefenders: Nicholas Wadada, Denis Okot , Joseph Nsubuga, Hassan Wasswa, Joseph Ochaya, Kasagga Richard , Awanyi Timoth , Halid LwaliwaMidfileders: Muzamil Mutyaba, Kizito Keziron, Sadam Juma, Shafic Kajimu,Lwesibawa Godffrey, Kayiwa Allan, Vitalis Tabu Abdul Malik,Strikers: Muhammad Shaban, Geoffrey Serunkuma, Edrisa Lubega, Erisa Sekisambu, Derrick Nsibambi.WWW.FUFA.CO.UG****[email protected] on: WhatsApp
Florida authorities who was tracking a stolen car recently also discovered heroin, cocaine, guns and a baby alligator when they went to make an arrest.Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma announced the details of the bust at a news conference Friday.He said a deputy ran the plates on a car, learned it was stolen and then followed it to a Lake Mary house.Courtesy: Seminole County Sheriff’s Office/FacebookDeputies subsequently found the drugs and a baby alligator that was being kept as a pet.Four adults and a 17-year-old were arrested.“Make no mistake, any criminals thinking they can use our coronavirus emergency to take advantage, know that our dedicated men and women are keeping our neighborhoods safe,” Sheriff Lemma emphasized.
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It’s Tuesday of Bedlam week, and I am already spent. I don’t know how we’re supposed to do this for four more days! There are so many different ways to think about, look at and write about this game, but I thought what Mike Gundy (and others) said on Monday was apropos.“I think what’s encouraging for the state of Oklahoma is that for a considerable number of times over the last six years, these two schools have gotten together to decide a conference championship,” said Gundy.“I don’t think we can ask for anything else.”Yes. The CFB Playoff dream has flown away and the college football world is focused on pretty much every other conference title game. So we get this largely to ourselves. And like Gundy said, what more could we want?Two teams having won a combined 15 straight games. Mason Rudolph (21-5 as a starter) and Baker Mayfield (20-4 as a starter). Mixon and Perine. Hill and Carson. Dede and The President. An array of pros all over the field. This is a big time game, no matter how much attention it is paid nationally.“We have four million people and we don’t have professional football in the state; although, of course everybody loves Dallas right now,” added Gundy. “As you watch over the last week and a half when they put up the College Football Playoff standings and you have Oklahoma and Oklahoma State in that top 10, that’s a tremendous financial and marketing advantage for those universities and the state of Oklahoma.”OU defensive end Ogbonnia Okoronkwo is from Texas, and even he is starting to realize the massive importance Bedlam holds for both OU and the Big 12.“It’s for who’s the best team in the state …” said Okoronkwo. “I feel like this is just as big of a rivalry as it is going to Dallas and the Cotton Bowl playing Texas. This is big, it’s for bragging rights.”Okoronkwo has been talking trash with former HS teammates on #OKState’s team. Says this game is just as big as OU/Texas to him. #Sooners— SoonerScoop.com (@SoonerScoop) November 28, 2016“Just like Texas man, I don’t like em because my teammates don’t like em’,” added OU tackle Orlando Brown. “The guys from Oklahoma, they don’t like Oklahoma State normally and that’s just how it goes. And I go to OU so whoever y’all hate I hate.”Sports hate, of course (I think). Zac Veatch summed it up well, too.“It’s exciting,” said Cowboy Back Zac Veatch. “We wouldn’t want it any other way. We have prepared well. We are going to go down and play for the Big 12”Oklahoma State safety Jordan Sterns acknowledged the importance of Saturday, but he also said it hasn’t affected the way he is going about his week.“The game itself is huge,” said Sterns. “It’s for the state of Oklahoma, but for me it’s just a game. I prepare for OU the same way I prepare for everyone else. I don’t like to look at them any different than any other team so I’m going to go out there and play hard for my teammates regardless.“There’s going to be a lot of people there and it’s going to be loud. For us though, we’ve just got to go out there and keep doing what we’ve been doing all year and hopefully that will help lead us to a victory.”A victory.I don’t think we can ask for anything else.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!
TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Ajax midfielder De Jong accepts Barcelona contract offerby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAjax midfielder Frenkie de Jong has accepted a contract offer from Barcelona.Sport says the Blaugrana have taken a big leap forward in the push for the Ajax midfielder in recent weeks. De Jong has now given the OK to the club’s proposal, waiting for the two sides to reach an agreement for his fee. Barca has wanted to put a reservation on the player, who has always shown his willing to play at Camp Nou, to try and negotiate a lower fee.Barca have agreed with them that they can move for De Jong in June 2019 if the player wants to go – which he does.
SASKATOON – Uranium miner Cameco Corp. says it has indefinitely extended production suspensions at its McArthur River and Key Lake operations, and will lay off hundreds of employees.The company said last November that the closures were expected to last 10 months, but now says the uranium market has not improved enough to restart the sites.The closure in January of the McArthur River mine and Key Lake processing plant put 845 people temporarily out of work.Cameco says the indefinite extension of the shut-down means it will permanently lay off about 550 employees, while 200 will remain on board for care and maintenance.The company says it will also cut about 150 positions at its corporate office, including employees and vacancies, to further cut costs.News of the job cuts comes as the company reports a net loss of $76 million for the second quarter, compared to a net loss of $2 million for the same period last year.