"The emergency medicine training at Brown is as well rounded as it gets, and it is clear from looking at the curriculum that it was designed with that priority in mind. It was also clear from my interview day that Brown not only talks the talk but really walks the walk when it comes to global health, with many of the EM attendings dedicating their time to under-served populations both in the local community and abroad."
GABRIEL HEIDERICH, MD
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
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JUST A FEW THINGS i love about rhode island
Chill, wood-accented brewpub offering porters, ales & stouts plus late-night grub & growlers to go.
Outside Rhode Island quahogs are usually called hard-shell clams and people often say they are going clamming or clam digging. In Rhode Island, shellfishing licenses are issued by the state Department of Environmental Management Division of Fish and Wildlife (402-423-1923).
When it comes to beaches, it’s hard to beat the variety—or the opportunity— than in Rhode Island. The tiny state is home to 40 miles of coastline that offers something for every kind of beach goer: big surf, small surf, peace and quiet, water slides and cotton candy, Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss, and all the “biggest little state in the union” summer food staples (clam cakes, stuffies, doughboys, Del’s) you and the overstuffed seagulls trailing you could eat.