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The Artistry of Medicine

For Sumana Mahata (BS ’17), there is an invaluable connection between her life as a UC San Diego medical student and her passion for design. “I am finding myself asked to step up to being an artist in medicine. It’s a path that I didn’t really know existed until I started walking along it myself,” Mahata says. “I enjoy portraying STEM disciplines as beautiful and informative, inspiring newcomers and encouraging those already STEM-ing every day… It’s quite powerful, honestly.”

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The Artistry of Medicine

Sumana Mahata
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The Artistry of Medicine

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The Artistry of Medicine

Sumana Mahata

For Sumana Mahata (BS ’17), there is an invaluable connection between her life as a UC San Diego medical student and her passion for design. “I am finding myself asked to step up to being an artist in medicine. It’s a path that I didn’t really know existed until I started walking along it myself,” Mahata says. “I enjoy portraying STEM disciplines as beautiful and informative, inspiring newcomers and encouraging those already STEM-ing every day… It’s quite powerful, honestly.”

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