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Yermie Cohen from Memorang on Gamifying Med School

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Go inside the boards with Memorang founder, Yermie Cohen. Learn how to approach internal medicine questions, study more efficiently, & how to gamify your USMLE/COMLEX preparation.


Our question of the day concerns how to approach common causes of chest pain.

The Interview

Yermie Cohen is the founder of Memorang. He completed his undergraduate at MIT and medical school at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

What is Memorang? Watch this Step 1 Sample Video to learn more. 

This Episode’s Offer

As usual, one lucky listener who leaves a review of the podcast and sends their screenshot to will be entered to win this week’s contest. This week featuring one of Memorang’s premium power ups for the shelf exams: Internal Medicine, Surgery, or Pediatrics. Also, you can get a 30% discount on Memorang’s Step 1 or Step 2 Premium Power Up by clicking the image or link below.

…Also in this episode

Music for this episode is courtesy of Equal Vision records and Max Bemis of the band Say Anything. The tune is “Rum” off the album “I Don’t Think It Is”
You can read my fanboy review of some of Max’s genius over on the USMLE-Rx episode’s webpage.

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