Over the past week, I was able to interview Dr. Imran Mir once again and complete an interview assessment on the topics he covered with me. There were a few things that truly stood out to me from his responses to my questions. He emphasized the ability to manage multiple aspects of medicine to fulfill all of his passions, such as being able to do clinical treatments, research, and teaching fellows. I found this to be very helpful in building a more concrete idea for the future as I know that it is a possibility to be able to combine my interests for the purpose of greater career satisfaction. Additionally, he discussed the instances of biases within physicians, whether this be explicit or implicit. For me, this is a very intriguing area of knowledge because doctors are required to be impartial, but it is important to note that they are human and may not be unaware of their bias. He mentioned that there is training for physicians to work on this implicit bias, which I would want to participate in the future in order to improve my interpersonal skills. I hope to be able to focus more on my original work to be able to apply what I have learned from Dr. Mir and my prior research.