Harsha Malapati

Harsha Malapati
  • Class of 2018
  • Hometown: McLean, VA
  • Major(s): Biology
  • Archived Blogger

About Harsha Malapati

My name is Harsha Malapati and I was a student at William & Mary. You probably already know that from the large bolded words at the top of the webpage, but I wanted to make sure everyone reading this is on the same page.

Other than making awkward introductions with the intention of being funny, I enjoy going to the gym, participating in racquetball tournaments, and playing Madden. Academically speaking, I was part of a research lab which studied axon degeneration in zebra finches (not a cross between a zebra and a finch), and I discovered a phage and named it "harshDADDY."

I do some other stuff too which you can read more about somewhere below. Don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe… wait, nevermind.

Posts by Harsha Malapati

Why W&M: Because of the bricks

My first stay in Williamsburg was before I knew anything about William & Mary I was visiting Busch Gardens with my family and was

How to get a leadership position in a club during orientation weekend

Becoming the leader of any club requires time. So, it is difficult to imagine how a freshman could become the leader of a club

Experiences in India: Inspiring and exciting

The months during my leave of absence from William & Mary were filled with uncertainty. Though I knew what I wanted to study and

The casualty

This last week at Santhiram flew by with adventures in the medical records department (MRD), a large multi-departmental camp, and the casualty. Here is

Social and Preventative medicine in rural India

After spending time in clinical departments for the past two months, I took a glance at my first non-clinical department last week. Social and

Pediatrics and Super-specialities

Last week, I finished my observation of all the clinical departments at Santhiram General Hospital through a posting in Pediatrics. The Pediatrics department at

Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Santhiram

A day before the Dussehra festivities began, Santhiram general conducted a large scale pooja (a praying ceremony) known as ayudha pooja (ceremony for weapons)

Hidden from plain sight: anesthesiology and radiology

My time here at Santhiram General is going by really quickly. Being at the hospital from 9 AM to 5 PM and going back

Ophthalmology: Santhiram’s most modern department

Since my arrival in August, house surgeons have periodically asked me if I finished my Ophthalmology posting. When I replied with a ‘no,’ they