O16. The Impact of Medical Residency Training on Cellular Aging

      Internship, the first year of graduate medical education, is a stressful period. While evidence suggests that residency-related stress negatively impacts well-being, studies of objective biological markers quantifying the impact of stress on resident health are lacking. Telomeres are a biological marker of stress exposure and predict disease risk. This study aimed to examine associations between internship stress and telomere length.
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