Med-Challenger has been producing high-quality medical education products for over 25 years. If there’s one thing we know, it’s that accurate, up-to-date content is king. Given the fact that medicine is constantly changing, so too must our content. To achieve that ongoing quality objective, it takes specialized knowledge, experience, talent, and commitment from the best medical educators available today. Today we’d like to take a moment to provide an author spotlight on one of our most-trusted and effective contributors.
Rohan Sen, MD
Contributing Editor / Clinical Reviewer, Med-Challenger Internal Medicine Section
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Rohan Sen, MD is board certified in Internal Medicine and currently serves as Associate Physician in the Hospital Medicine Unit at Brigham and Women’s /Faulkner Hospitals and as Clinical Preceptor for students at Harvard Medical School. He completed a 7-year combined undergraduate/medical school program at the University of Miami and received his training as an Internist at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
Since residency, he has provided patient care at the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center (affiliated with Baylor College of Medicine/Texas Medical Center) in Houston, and served as Clinical Instructor supervising and instructing trainees at Barnes Jewish Hospital at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
He subsequently worked in the Emergency Department at the San Diego VA Medical Center affiliated with University of California San Diego where he served as Clinical Assistant Professor. He has been very involved in teaching—guiding trainees, providing care at a clinic for indigent patients in St. Louis, serving as Faculty adviser for the Problem Based Learning Course for first and second year medical students, and as examiner for the Observed Structured Clinical Examination for second year medical students at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine.
Dr. Sen has given lectures regarding the management of several emergency medical topics to trainees and served as Judge for the poster competition at the Society of General Internal Medicine New England Regional Conference at Yale University. Areas of interest include medical education, emergency medicine, and hospital medicine.
“I enjoy writing questions for Challenger as it allows me to continue my involvement with physician education and training.”Rohan Sen, MD
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