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As a 16-year-old boy growing up in the St. Louis suburb of Creve Coeur, Rick Barohn, MD, bought a copy of Irving Stone’s “The Passions of the Mind.” The 800-plus page biographical novel had a dramatic impact on Barohn’s life. He became so intrigued with Freud that he started thinking about studying brains for a living.
To tackle the stress of medical school, students work with faculty to find ways to improve mental health.