Jonathan Tsui, MD (1 Posts)
Peer Reviewer Emeritus
Geisinger Eye Institute
Jonathan Tsui is currently an ophthalmology resident at Geisinger Eye Institute in Danville, PA. He studied finance at Rutgers Business School as an undergraduate and then continued on at Rutgers to obtain his medical degree. Prior to starting ophthalmology residency, he completed his preliminary year in medicine at University of California, Irvine. His career interests include cataract surgery and global health. Today, when Jonathan is not operating or seeing patients he can be found at the gym, spending time with family, or backpacking abroad.
Today, I made a two-year-old cry because I wanted to look into his eyes to rule out vision-threatening disease. The light was too bright, the lens was too close, and the attention was too much.
It wasn’t caterpillars turning into beautiful butterflies, that’s for sure. “The Change” was when a bright-eyed, optimistic female junior resident turned into an angry, and sometimes mean, senior resident with very little patience for anyone.
Yassmeen Abdel-Aty, MD (1 Posts)
Resident Physician Contributing Writer
Dr. Yassmeen Abdel-Aty is a fourth-year Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery resident at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. She is one of three female residents in her program. She plans to pursue a career in Laryngeal Surgery. She enjoys teaching residents, medical students and PA fellows, hoping to incorporate teaching into her future practice. Her interests include international medicine, education, women in medicine and diversity & inclusion.