ALUMNI NEWS AND SPOTLIGHT STORIES
Class of 2000 grad and hematologist/oncologist will speak at traditional ceremony for new medical students
AUC Alumna Alison Huffstetler, MD ’15, is the First Family Physician to Receive Appointment as Visiting Scholar from the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS).
Enjoy this engaging story that includes audio clips from the dynamic musical pair.
A group of AUC students has teamed up to help provide feminine hygiene products to women in the Baton Rouge area who would otherwise go without
Ever since Aimee Shock, MD ‘17 spent a month in Zimbabwe during medical school, she’s made it a priority to infuse global health perspectives into her approach to patient care. Today, she has the opportunity to do just that as an internal medicine resident participating in the Global Health track at MedStar Health in Baltimore, through an affiliation with Georgetown University Hospital.
This month and every month, we’re celebrating the progress women have made in medicine while highlighting opportunities to increase gender equality in the field.
A pathology and laboratory medicine resident at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago, Dr. Kanakis has been actively engaged in the pathology community and has received numerous awards for his work.
Developmental behavioral pediatrician Dr. Silvia Pereira-Smith has stepped up to meet an urgent need within her profession: improving access to care for an increasingly diverse patient population.
Like many physicians and healthcare professionals, Dr. Auriel Mouzon wasn’t sure what to expect when the COVID-19 pandemic surged into Flint, Michigan, where she is a PGY-3 pediatric resident at Hurley Medical Center.
Dr. Santos, a 2020 AUC graduate, will begin her Internal Medicine/Psychiatry residency at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, North Carolina this summer.