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Aliye Runyan, MD Aliye Runyan, MD (1 Posts)

Fellow Physician Contributing Writer

University of Utah School of Medicine


Aliye is originally from St. Petersburg, Florida, and graduated from the University of Miami Miller SOM. She was the Education and Research Fellow for AMSA from 2012-2014. She completed ob-gyn residency at Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center. She is currently a family planning fellow at the University of Utah. Aliye’s career interests include family planning, international public health, reproductive rights, medical humanities and wellness, and medical education.




Two Oceans: Rape Culture in Medicine

The sky angry. The waters murky. The fear that at any moment a sudden undertow may drag you deeper into violent waters. A creature brushes your leg, friend or foe unknown. You become paralyzed by fear, anxiety and hypervigilance. You hear someone shouting to you from somewhere far into the distance, “Get out of the water!” But you cannot see the shore. Women live in a world of fear.

Mismatch Repair: My Journey from Pediatrics to Pathology

On St. Patrick’s Day 2014, New York’s coldest in a decade, I was a grass snake banished from the fair isle of pediatrics. In the National Residency Matching Program, just half of one percent of approximately 2,500 pediatrics slots across 194 programs remained unmatched, something like four total positions nationwide.

Maureen Miller, MD, MPH Maureen Miller, MD, MPH (1 Posts)

Fellow Physician Contributing Writer

Emory University School of Medicine


Dr. Miller is a pathologist, epidemiologist, and fellow in transfusion medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. She will be entering the CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service.