Last week I included my answers to several questions I was asked as part of an interview for The Doctor’s Channel about entrepreneurship as a medical student. You can read that post at Starting a company as a medical student: Part 1.
This week I will finish the 2-part series with answers to the questions:
- How did your school admin respond to your request to take a year off for your start-up?
- How did you juggle the challenges of running a business with the rigor of being a medical student?
- What are some of the skills/lessons you’ve learned while running a business that a typical student would never even think of?
- How do you see your decision to launch a business in medical school influencing your future career (residency application, specialty choice, lifestyle, etc.)?
Continue reading Starting a Company as a Medical Student: Part 2 on the Symcat blog.