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Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX. Pocket-sized text provides evidence-based advice to maximize chances of a successful match. Covers specialty-specific information, the selection process, letters of recommendation, the audition elective, and ranking residency programs. For medical students. Previously titled, The Residency Match, by Desai. Softcover.
Dr. Samir Desai serves on the faculty of the Baylor College of Medicine in the Department of Medicine. He is an author and editor, having written ten books that together have sold over 100,000 copies worldwide. Dr. Desai is the co-author of the popular 250 Biggest Mistakes 3rd Year Medical Students Make And How To Avoid Them, a book that shows students how to excel during the third year of medical school. He is also the author of the Clinician's Guide to Laboratory Medicine: Pocket. Widely used by students, this book provides a unique step-by-step approach to lab test interpretation.Dr. Rajani Katta is an Associate Professor in the Department of Dermatology at Baylor College of Medicine. She has authored over 30 articles published in scientific journals, and lectured extensively both nationally and locally on dermatology and contact dermatitis to students, residents, and physicians. She co-authored 250 Biggest Mistakes 3rd Year Medical Students Make And How To Avoid Them, the book that shows students how to excel during the third year of medical school. She serves as the course director for dermatology in the basic science years, and has served as the clerkship director for the dermatology rotation. In these capacities, she has seen firsthand the importance of outstanding clinical evaluations in securing a position in a competitive specialty, and her insight in this area has helped students seeking these types of competitive positions.