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If you were an Olympic athlete, what sport would you compete in and why?


“Running! Stamina, physical strength, with a focus on self and surroundings.”-Dr. Reezwana, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Passion in the Medical Profession | August 13, 2021 | <1 min read


Dr. Vivian Altiery De Jesus, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Freestyle swimming! It’s surreal to be within a state of matter, to be lost in the endless soothing space.

Dr. Aline Charabaty, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Gymnastics! It combines elegance, physical strength, mental focus, & multiple different challenges.

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Dr. Carl Streed Jr., Boston Medical Center


Dr. Jeff Millstein, Penn Medicine

Marathons. Some of my work days would prepare me well!

Dr. Margaret Chisolm, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Street skateboarding. It’s innovative, spirited, stylish, with good tunes & lots of smiles.

Dr. Reezwana C., Johns Hopkins Medicine

Running! Stamina, physical strength, with a focus on self and surroundings.

Dr. Shima Ghavini

Table tennis, which requires focus, coordination, and patience.

Dr. Ambereen Mehta, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Pole vaulting sounds fun!

Dr. Colleen Christmas, Johns Hopkins Medicine

I did gymnastics as a kid, then marathoning, but if there were a competition for multitasking I think I could be a real contender.