El Dr. Jeffrey Drazen, Editor en Jefe del NEJM, nos hizo llegar este mensaje vía email, especial para todos los EMIS.
My advice to all students is this: To make the biggest difference in the world, one needs to find an important problem and work to help solve it. Whether this is how a car is delivered in a special place or the biology of Alzheimer’s disease or anything in between, find something to study that can make a difference and work hard to achieve it.
Jeffrey M. Drazen, M.D.
Editor-in-Chief, New England Journal of Medicine
Distinguished Parker B. Francis Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
About Dr. Drazen:
Jeffrey M. Drazen, M.D., has been editor-in-chief of the New England Journal of Medicine since 2000. Through his research program, he defined the role of anti-leukotriene agents in asthma, which led to four new licensed pharmaceuticals for asthma with over 1.5 million people on treatment worldwide. He teaches medical students and sees patients both in the clinic and in the intensive care unit of Brigham and Women’s Hospital. (From NEJM – Biographies: nejm200.memberlodge.org)