The eighth episode of the podcast Dextrocardia by UMHS features an interview with Dr. David Otohinoyi, Ph.D. candidate at Louisiana State University. He attended the Caribbean medical school All Saints University School of Medicine in Dominica and shares advice on doing research and getting published while in medical school.
For students who've never done research before, it can seem like a daunting, difficult endeavor. In this episode, Dr. Otohinoyi breaks down tips on not only how to get started, but how to thrive in research. He shares a few of his secrets that helped him get more than 30 publications within his four years of pursuing an M.D.
(Photo, inset right): Dr. David Otohinoyi. Photo courtesy of Dr. Otohinoyi.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and finished an MBA in concurrence with his medical education. In his free time, he loves playing the piano and guitar and hopes to pursue a second career as a musician. Contact Dr. Otohinoyi via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dextrocardia features interviews with fellow medical students, medical school faculty, and medical practitioners on everything from how to succeed in medical school, to fighting racial inequality in medicine and how medical students are working in the BLM movement.
Episodes are released every other Tuesday. Dextrocardia is available on Apple Podcast, Spotify and Podbean.
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(Top photo) This week's Dextrocardia Podcast Episode 8: Dr. David Otohinoyi includes information and tips on doing research & getting published while in medical school.
Scott is Director of Digital Content at UMHS and editor of the UMHS Endeavour blog. When he's not writing about UMHS students, faculty, events, public health, alumni and UMHS research, he writes and edits Broadway theater reviews for a website he publishes in New York City, StageZine.com.