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As many American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) students and graduates prepare for the upcoming 2016 residency MATCH® cycle, we thought you’d find the following list interesting.
As the daughter of a librarian, Cheryl Ann Kennedy’s childhood home was filled with stacks of books. One volume that she happened to pick up at age 10 was the biography of Elizabeth Blackwell, the first female American physician.
When Class of 2012 graduate Farzad Amiri, MD was named Resident of the Month for August 2015 at Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine (MU) in West Virginia, he used one word to describe how he felt: “Humbled.”
As a third-year medical student at American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC), Tasha Chase has dedicated countless hours to the study and application of medicine—both in the medical school classroom and through service-learning opportunities in Sint Maarten, Honduras, and
Socially adventurous. Incredibly passionate. And, in her words, quite funny. That’s how American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) graduate Brittany Mott, M.D., would describe herself before today.
In 1995 Tiffany Graham, MD, opened her first medical practice, began treating patients, and researching cures for their ailments.
Mina Boazak, M.D., a former police officer in his hometown of Toronto, Canada, switched career paths when his desire to become a physician became too intense to ignore. He earned acceptance to American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC), and hasn’t looked back since.