5:30-7 - Masters swim. Coach has been giving me masters on Monday because that's really all I have time for. And this is the only time slot I can attend. Sometimes I manage to get up early and make it there, sometimes I…don't. There have been days where the extra sleep has felt more necessary, especially with the schedule for the rest of the day.
Anytime between 7 and 12 - Seeing patients for our clinical trial visits. It all depends on what I am assigned when the schedule goes out on Friday afternoon. This week I was assigned to run two hour-long patient visits at 8:30 am and 10am, but I had to be at work by 8 to get their files from the lab and go to clinic from there.
12-1 - First class of the day: department colloquium. Weekly presentations, either a professor in the department or an outside speaker.
1-2 - Race home and walk the dogs, then race back to campus
2-3 - Genetics/genomics class
3-4 - Grad student recitation for the colloquium. A chance to ask questions of the week's speaker. Graded on participation and a paper written about one of the talks.
4-5 - Grad student recitation for the genetics/genomics class. Each grad student presents a paper and leads a discussion about it.
5-9 - I teach physiology lab during this time slot. I'm lucky I got a great group of students who make it fun. And also that they are understanding about
9-?? - When I am done teaching, I come home, give the dogs their evening walk and dinner, sit on the couch, force food into my mouth, and try to decompress enough to fall asleep.
Clearly Tuesday-Friday have a lot of making-up to do for Mondays.