- Editor’s Corner: Two Ears, One Mouth
Sunday, November 1st, 2020
I consider myself blessed to come from a medical family. My parents were physicians who were sweethearts in medical school in Egypt. They had a rough road, with many years of training on four continents. They were incredible role models of resilience in the face of discrimination and patience in the midst of persecution, and [...]
- Editor’s Corner: We Will Fly Again!
Monday, June 1st, 2020
Travel has always been an important part of medicine, as the need to connect with colleagues in person to collaborate and learn from each other is synonymous with our profession. This spring, the coronavirus pandemic has made it necessary to adopt virtual platforms for all activities that used to require travel, like attending conferences, giving [...]
- You Make the Call: How would you treat a fit 72-year-old with very active myeloma?
Sunday, December 1st, 2019
This month, Joseph Mikhael, MD, MEd, discusses approaches for a fit 72-year-old patient with very active myeloma. And don't forget to check out next month's clinical dilemma - send in your responses for a chance to win an ASH Clinical News-themed prize!
- How To Give a Talk
Friday, November 15th, 2019
In this special edition of “How We Teach,” Mikkael Sekeres, MD, MS, and Joseph Mikhael, MD, MEd, offer advice to new – and experienced – researchers for giving effective presentations, from respecting the audience to making friends with the AV staff. What is the first thing you do when planning a presentation? Dr. Sekeres: First, know [...]
- Pulling Back the Curtain: Joseph R. Mikhael, MD, MEd
Monday, December 1st, 2014
What was your first job? My first job was as a camp counselor, and this actually turned out to be a great job because it was where I met my wife. We were directors of the camp – she directed the girls’ program, I directed the boys’ program – and ultimately became friends. So, I [...]