LEAD Program class members

Dr. Neal Alto, Assistant Professor of Microbiology, and Rita C. and William P. Clements, Jr. Scholar in Medical Research

Dr. Ezra Burstein, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Molecular Biology

Dr. Tae Chong, Assistant Professor of Plastic Surgery, Director of the Reconstructive Transplant Program

Dr. Mark Clay, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Dr. Ondine Cleaver, Associate Professor of Molecular Biology

Dr. Daniel Costa, Assistant Professor of Radiology and in the Advanced Imaging Research Center

Dr. Katherine Coyner, Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Dr. Kerry Dunbar, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Dr. Annie Feagins, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Dr. Lauren Gore, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Dr. Sarah Gualano, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Dr. Oren Guttman, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Management

Dr. Jenny Hsieh, Associate Professor of Molecular Biology

Dr. Gaurav Khatri, Assistant Professor of Radiology

Dr. Kelly Klein, Assistant Professor of Surgery

Dr. Simon Craddick Lee, Assistant Professor of Clinical Sciences

Dr. Pradeep Mammen, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Dr. Carrie McAdams, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Dr. Amimi Osayande, Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine

Dr. Ava Pierce, Associate Professor of Surgery

Dr. Ramona Rhodes, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Dr. Kimberly Roaten, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Dr. Gilberto Salazar, Assistant Professor of Surgery

Dr. Patricia Santiago-Munoz, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Dr. Jay Schneider, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, and holder of the Dallas Heart Ball Chair in Cardiac Research

Dr. Rashmi Shetgiri, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Dr. Alex Tessnow, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine

Dr. Yihong Wan, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, and Virginia Murchison Linthicum Scholar in Medical Research

Dr. Brian Williams, Assistant Professor of Surgery

Dr. Tracey Wright, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

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