Boards and Beyond videos were created with Camtasia, a highly versatile and easy-to-use program for recording voice-over to Powerpoint slides. We highly recommend this outstanding tool.

Our website was deisgned by ImageWorks, LLC. We are grateful for their superb design work, technical skills, and customer service. 

Dr. Amaan Sadruddin has provided outstanding work re-mixing audio from our videos. We are very grateful for his contribution. 

We are grateful to our medical student artists from the Unversity of Connecticut: Gianluca Arianna and Lanya Tseng. 

We are also grateful to our medical student question writers from the Unversity of Connecticut: Michael Lorinsky and Edward Hochman. 

Special thanks to Dr. William Herring, MD, FACR and Learning Radiology for permission to use several radiology images. Learning Radiology is an excellent resource for medical students.

Special thanks also to Dr. Ary Goldberger and EKG Wavemaven for permission to use several EKGs. EKG Wavemaven is an excellent online EKG resource for medical students. Much of what Dr. Ryan knows about EKGs he learned from hours spent online with the wavemaven. 

And special thangs to Nivaldo Medeiros, MD for permission to use images from his wonderful website, Atlas of Hematology. We highly recommend this outstanding collection of hematology findings. 

Our DNA and RNA virus mneumonic comes from the excellent Youtube video of Dr. Matt Skovgard. 

Many of our videos and slides contain images by authors not affiliated with Boards and Beyond. Most of these images are publicly available on the web (i.e. public domain) and/or licensed under Creative Commons. To the best of our ability, we have attempted to obtain permissions or provide attributions according to author requests and applicable laws. If you believe an image has been used without proper permission or attribution, please notify us at We are committed to fair use of intellectual property and attribution of authors. 

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