Question Writer and Editor
Dr. Neil Mehta is an Internal Medicine resident at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, as well as a Question Writer and Editor at Osmosis. He completed his undergraduate studies at Villanova University earning a Bachelor of Science degree, and then went on to pursue medicine at St. George’s University on the beautiful island of Grenada, graduating summa cum laude. During medical school, Neil developed a passion for teaching and writing sample board-style questions, and worked at several board preparation companies helping them build their question banks. In 2019, Neil found a home at Osmosis where he could blend his medical background with his passion for teaching medicine by writing and editing high-quality assessment items for our learners with the support of an incredibly enthusiastic and caring group of teammates. In his spare time, Neil enjoys hiking and traveling, as well as casually tossing a disc or competitively playing spikeball with his friends.
- Clunes LA, McMillan-Castanares N, Mehta N, Mesadieu A, Rodriguez J, Maj M, Clunes MT. Epithelial vectorial ion transport in cystic fibrosis: Dysfunction, measurement, and pharmacotherapy to target the primary deficit. SAGE Open Med. 2020 Jun 25;8:2050312120933807. doi: 10.1177/2050312120933807.