Specialty Stories Podcast

Specialty Stories

In Specialty Stories, we talk to specialists in different clinical settings, urban and rural, community and academic, to give you the best idea possible of what your future career might look like.

New episodes of Specialty Stories are released every Wednesday. To make sure you don't miss an episode, subscribe for free and get the show on your device automatically each week!


Specialty Stories Podcast

Community Based Interventional Gastroenterologist

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 34 Dr. Sushil Duddempudi is a community-based Gastroenterologist who specializes in interventional endoscopy. He has been in practice for ten years now and specifically...
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An Academic Pediatric Neurologist – Headache Doc

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 33 A lot medical students go through the process end up at a time where they have to submit their rank list and they...
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A Community Plastic Surgeon Gives Us a Look at His Job

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 32 Dr. Russell Babbitt is a Plastic Surgeon in private practice for the last seven years. He took the time to share with us...
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What Does a Headache Specialist’s Job Look Like?

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 31 Dr. Kristen Sahler is a community-based Neurologist who specializes in headache medicine. She has been practicing for four years outside of her fellowship...
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Specialty Stories Podcast

About the Show

Specialty Stories is a podcast to help premed and medical students choose a career. What would you do if you started your career and realized that it wasn't what you expected? Specialty Stories will talk to physicians and residency program directors from every specialty to help you make the most informed decision possible.


Dr. Ryan Gray

Dr. Ryan Gray is a former United States Air Force Flight Surgeon who found a passion for helping premed students on their journey to medical school. Best known for his podcasts, which have been downloaded over 3,000,000 times, Dr. Gray has interviewed numerous admissions committee members and deans of admissions for medical schools.

Through The Premed Years podcast and the Medical School Headquarters sites, Dr. Gray has helped thousands of students gain the confidence they require to successfully navigate the premed path.

Dr. Gray lives outside of Boulder, CO, with his wife Allison, who is a neurologist, and their daughter Hannah. Dr. Gray is also a Clinical Instructor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.



What People Are Saying

"I’m a non-trad admitted DO from NJ. I start med school in my home state in a couple of months. Listening to these podcasts has been informative and helpful in allowing me to see the different fields that medicine has to offer. I have enjoyed listening to different stories of the day to day life of physicians and it has made me to reflect deeper on what kind of physician I might want to be."

- Paul_Haines

"This podcast has influenced beyond simple understanding. Every morning at my Junior college I would go to study and on the way I would listen to Specialty Stories and the Premed Years. Nonetheless this has influenced me to apply to Harvard as a transfer and I got it!!! I will be attending and the class of 2020. Dr. Ryan Gray also influenced me to attend the the UCD health conference and it was amazing. Thank you for everything!!!"

- Dtodd19

"As a non-trad trying to make decisions that will not only affect my life but the lives of my husband and children forever, this podcast has been so valuable as I weigh the pros and cons of each specialty! I love getting the insight and perspective into different specialties from physicians who are actually living and working in that lifestyle. Thank you for hosting!!"

- MarshInMedicine