Dr. Hooman Heravi has a simple formula that has worked for the past 10 years: apply, work extremely hard, then apply for the next opportunity. Read More
Take your daughter to work day was routine for Dr. Caroline Nguyen – much more frequent than once a year. Her mother, a family physician, often brought her to work, and the visits made a lasting impact. Read More
Dr. Langdon Stone took a winding – and ultimately successful – route to medical school after dabbling a few years in more off-the-wall endeavors. Read More
Dr. Shauna Goldman and Dr. Ryan Thorpe – joint recipients of the 2014 Award of Excellence in Dermatology – both credit their parents and close family in guiding and supporting them throughout their careers and decisions to become physicians. Read More
Julia Weiser loved every minute of every clinical rotation while in UT Southwestern Medical School. In the end, that led her down her chosen path – family medicine. Read More
Dr. Abigail Smith is on a journey toward fulfilling her dreams. That journey includes numerous adventures and passport stamps that have culminated in a desire to combine her passion for medicine with her love of travel. Read More
It’s not unusual to find a UT Southwestern Medical School graduate who comes from a family of doctors. Dr. Jenny Barker has a slightly different story: “I was surrounded by a family of nurses as a child, which undoubtedly had an impact on my decision Read More
Dr. Dan Quiat always knew he wanted to be a doctor, but during his undergraduate years at UT Austin he gained interest in basic science research while studying the growth and development of zebrafish. Read More
Dr. Blake Johnson’s passion for emergency medicine, both in clinical care and the research arena, was evident during his time at UT Southwestern Medical School. He is the recipient of the 2014 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Award, given annuall Read More
The journey to becoming a doctor often starts in unconventional, diametrically opposing ways. Just ask Dr. Jennifer Harris and Dr. Kate Jenkins, who initially considered becoming a journalist and teacher, respectively. Read More
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