Dr. Chethan Sarabu is a pediatrician and landscape architect and currently a fellow in clinical informatics at Stanford University. Dr. Sarabu double majored in Biology and Landscape Architecture at the University of Cornell. After completing his undergraduate studies, he then completed medical school at SUNY
After scrubbing out of the OR, most surgeons don’t trade their blue scrubs for a fresh white suit covering every inch from head to toe. But most surgeons aren’t M. Sean Grady, MD, who uses that head-to-toe protection in pursuit of a sweet hobby. Outside
Dr. Dent Mütter and Dr. Isaac Parrish were both graduates of The University of Pennsylvania as well as members of the College of Physicians. In the late 1850s, the two physicians had an idea of creating a medical museum, however Parrish passed away before their
Diana Anderson, M.D., M.Arch, is a “Dochitect®,” or physician-architect who practices internal medicine while exploring architecture’s influence within the hospital walls. She has written for architectural and medical publications such as World Health Design, Healthcare Design Magazine, and the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.
Dr. Jeffrey Way is a Senior Staff Scientist at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biological Inspired Engineering. Dr. Way facilitates research on the development of protein based drugs, and he is particularly inspired by systems within nature and genetic engineering. He has published on the synthesis