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Jonathan Oore is a medical student in the Class of 2019 at Dalhousie University

 

Symmetry is integral to life on earth. So too is asymmetry. The human body’s organization contains basic pairs of coexisting structures: ears, lungs, lips, spinal nerves, testes, kidneys, eyes, nostrils, chromosomes, muscles, legs, cerebral hemispheres and eyebrows. Sometimes they are only theoretically symmetric. They can be practically sick… or not really. They’re reflections. But not entirely. ...continue reading

headshotAdam Mosa
Queen's University
Class of 2018

Screen Shot 2016-05-28 at 11.00.37 AM Charcoal on paper.

This drawing was inspired by recent discussions with classmates on achieving balance during medical studies.