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    DJ ophthalmologists in surgery by day, mixing music by night


    Dr. Aldave says DJing also gives his residents an opportunity to see another side of him. “[Normally] they see me as an uptight old guy, but when they see me in the DJ booth enjoying myself, I think it gives me some street credibility,” he joked.

    He laughed at the irony of performing at meetings where his music often draws hundreds of people, whereas his lectures only draw half the number of people, with only a quarter of them actually paying attention.

    “You’re so busy running with your head cut off, running from session to session,” Dr. Kim explained. “It’s kind of nice to take a break and prepare a set list.”

    Jolie Higazi
    Jolie is the Content Specialist for Ophthalmology Times. She can be reached at [email protected]

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