I just graduated from Med school and so I guess I am in between jobs at the moment, trying to figure out what to do with my life. I probably wouldn’t mind going for a PhD if I could just decide on which subject I find most interesting and of course if there is a position open in that field. But I guess we’ll have to see what happens in the future.
I guess that I should also mention that I have an MSc in Electrical Engineering. So what in the world made me go to med school? Well, I had what you could call a mentor where I worked when I was fresh out of uni. He was the one I could always go to when I had questions or needed advice. Unfortunately he passed away about five years ago in cancer and the place I worked at never felt the same again after that. So I guess it got me thinking about the choices I had made in life and what I wanted to do with my life. Well, to make a long story short I decided that I wanted to do something that made a difference in someone else’s life. At the end of the day I hope that, maybe the world’s a bit better place than it was when I got out of the bed in the morning. Perhaps a bit idealistic but I guess that’s just who I am.
I can’t say that I am very materialistic. Which is one of the reasons I have managed to spend ten years at uni without much effort. But well, all good things must end at some point. I guess my end is in sight and just a year and a half from now you might find me working as an intern somewhere.
Aside from that I am a verbal person who enjoys conversations, literature, photography and a few other things. I do also love cooking which is always good fun in the company of friends. Good food is always best enjoyed in the company of friends, right?
I am curious, happy, and positive
Learning new stuff :)
A good listener
I like vampire movies and SciFi
When it comes to music I guess that I would have to say hard rock, some synth, and what ever that’s playing on the radio.
Home cooking is always nice. But Chinese, TexMex, French, Greek and Mediterranean cuisine would have to be my favorites.
An evening out with friends, talking over a couple of beers is always nice. I would say that I am more interested in going to places where you are actually able to talk to people rather than just seeing their lips move.
A nice evening at home with someone special sharing a nice meal and a quiet evening is also quite nice. So I guess it more depends on what I feel like doing than anything else... I'm very flexible.