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More premed notes!

Like my biochem notes on this blog? Then check out/subscribe to my dedicated premed notes blog at premedscience.tumblr.com!
I’ve got some nice anatomy notes there and have plans for other subjects.

Check it out!

I’ve been working hard and have some new science-y posts on my other blog, premedscience.tumblr.com.

Please check it out! I think it may be helpful to you if you are on a pre-med/medical track OR if you are interested in medicine at all.

Science people!

I know this blog got some followers/likes/reblogs from my science notes posts, so I wanted to let everyone know that I’ve started a new blog dedicated to science notes ranging in subject from anatomy to biochemistry to physiology and beyond! If you’re interested, please follow it at premedscience.tumblr.com

I’ll be posting a lot of my notes over the coming weeks as I included the blog on my medical school application and I’ve got interviews coming up (yay!).

Thanks and hope you enjoy. :)

Help!

Hey all, I started a new blog dedicated to pre-med notes. I will be positing a lot of stuff on it this week, so if you’re interested, please check out/subscribe to premedscience.tumblr.com, I’d really appreciate it and I promise you’ll get good notes on biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, etc.

Chicken & veggie stir fry.

Chicken & veggie stir fry.

jtotheizzoe:

Just a reminder that a cell is not a bag of water, but rather a crowded metropolis of macromolecules. The reality of cell biology, while more complicated than what your textbook shows you, is much cooler than a simple cartoon.
When you look at the inside of a cell as the crowded, semi-organized, collision-riddled mess that it really is, you’ll look at every bit of biological chemistry in a new way.
(The image of a super-crowded cytoplasm comes from this PLOS paper)

jtotheizzoe:

Just a reminder that a cell is not a bag of water, but rather a crowded metropolis of macromolecules. The reality of cell biology, while more complicated than what your textbook shows you, is much cooler than a simple cartoon.

When you look at the inside of a cell as the crowded, semi-organized, collision-riddled mess that it really is, you’ll look at every bit of biological chemistry in a new way.

(The image of a super-crowded cytoplasm comes from this PLOS paper)

Pretty much for this valentines day

Pretty much for this valentines day

geekpinata:

Geeky Fitness Tanks

These are clever and lovely

Classes start in just a little over a week. Get ready for anatomy study notes!

And maybe some more recipes. ;)

Classes start in just a little over a week. Get ready for anatomy study notes!

And maybe some more recipes. ;)

Drew

I love you. Happy four year.