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David Guidry, M.D.

Doctor Guidry describes his experience in the Pulmonary Fellowship at the University if Utah Department of Medicine.

Research: Heart Failure Treatment at the University of Utah

Advanced Heart Failure Treatment Program at the University of Utah

Jonathan Boltax, M.D.

Doctor Boltax talks about his experience with the University of Utah Pulmonary Fellowship.

Joshan Suri, MD

Joshan Suri on his Infectious Diseases experience.

Samuel Slomowitz -Hematology Fellow

Dr. Slomowitz talks about his fellowship experience in the division of Hematology

Lee Audd Final

"Conflict," a reflection in dance on the experience of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), created by Lee Audd As their schedules allow, students in their 3rd and 4th years of study at the School of Medicine can choose from several elective seminars. In April 2012, Gretchen Case offered "Disability, Art, and Culture," a 2-week elective course that explored the meanings of disability beyond the medical perspectives of treatment and rehabilitation. The class focused on the ways that disability informs the literary, visual, and performing arts--and how the arts affect ideas of disability. Given the option of a creative final project, the students rose to the challenge, making extraordinary works of art that included photography, painting, glass sculpture, collage and multimedia, cooking, poetry, and dance. This video shows a performance of one of those final projects. "Conflict," a reflection on the experience of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), was created by Lee Audd, at the time a 4th-year medical student and now a resident in anesthesiology at the University of Florida College of Medicine. His sister-in-law, Ariane Audd, a 2012 graduate of the Department of Modern Dance at the University of Utah, co-created and dances the piece in this video.