Most medical students who pursue a dermatology residency first decide that they are interested in the specialty and then undertake research in order to strengthen their application. For Dr. David Harker, the process was reversed. His interest in dermatolo Read More
Dr. Dominique Van Beest wants an answer to the question: “Now what?” Read More
Say “Shanghai basketball star” and most fans might think of 7-foot-6-inch former NBA Houston Rockets star Yao Ming … except in the sports-crazed Xu family. They think of 5-foot-7 Dr. David Xu, who starred for the varsity at the Shanghai American Sch Read More
During her time at UT Southwestern Medical School, Dr. Astrud Villareal has displayed a heart for serving others and a passion for community service. So it should come as no surprise that her career goals are to complete a family medicine residency at UT& Read More
One look at his resume and it becomes apparent why the multifaceted nature of family medicine is so appealing to Dr. Ryan Harris. A top rowing recruit coming out of Dallas’ St. Mark’s School of Texas, Dr. Harris has at various times performed as a hip Read More
Growing up in a small village in Vietnam, Dr. An Lu knew the struggle of adapting to new places. At age 14, Dr. Lu and her parents, both manual laborers, moved to the United States. The first few years were difficult, and she didn’t speak any English at Read More
Not only does Dr. Caite Meyer have a family history in medicine, her grandfather, Dr. George Meyer, was a psychiatrist and former President of the American Psychiatric Association. Read More
Drs. Abby Brehm and Jenny Ringqvist’s friendship first sparked in medical school. When they both chose anesthesiology as their career path, their relationship deepened, and when both matched to UT Southwestern for their residencies, they were delighted. Read More
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
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