Drs. Kate Baron and Naga Sai Venkata Madhavapeddi both want to effectively assist the medically underserved, but are likely to approach their careers from entirely different angles. Read More
As a young illustrator, Dr. Shanica Pompey’s gifts and love for art could have easily set her on a lifelong path to a career as an artist. However, at age 17, the course of her life changed quickly after her mother survived a serious health scare. Read More
From martial arts to photography, Dr. Khalil Chamseddin has always enjoyed working with his hands. But it wasn’t until he came to UT Southwestern Medical School that he understood how skilled hands could translate to a promising career in medicine. Read More
Dr. Zhou, a graduate of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, and one of nearly 600 postdocs on the UT Southwestern campus, won the award in a stringent competition. Read More
Dr. Shanup Dalal recently was announced as the winner of the 2016 Iatros Award, the only graduating student award determined by a class vote of fourth-year medical students at UT Southwestern Medical School. Read More
The recipient of the 2016 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Award had to make a tough choice between emergency medicine and surgery. Read More
Dr. Jeff SoRelle, the first in his family to earn a medical degree, always thought he wanted to be a doctor. Read More
Department of Pathology faculty members have chosen Dr. Purmal to receive the 2016 Rolland C. Reynolds Pathology Award, presented to a graduating medical student whose actions demonstrate care and giving. Read More
Dr. Rachel Brady’s international exposure to various cultures and a deep desire to empower women through education have shaped her career aspirations. Read More
Once deciding on a career path in academic medicine, Dr. Cartwright said she knew right away that she would be drawn most to pediatrics. Read More
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