Incoming students have different backgrounds, interests and goals, but share a common passion for public health...
Stephanie Davis’ duties as an Air Force doctor included a monthly appointment with the upper atmosphere.
Kristy Gauthier’s interest in the medical field was first sparked by her experience as a patient. In high school she sustained a knee injury requiring two surgeries. She received care from an orthopedic surgeon and a physician associate. The PA who cared for Kristy closely watched her one-year recovery, and began to inspire her interest for medicine.
When Margaret Lippitt went to Panama to teach English during the summer of 2005, she thought she’d be learning about educational disparities and about how to teach.
Petter Risøe already has a medical degree, and he’s nearly completed a doctorate on how genes affect people who develop postoperative infections. He also studied law for a year while on paternity leave with his oldest child.
Kelsey Schuder found her calling while teaching the warrior pose in Turkmenistan.
Ana Sierra was born on the Miskito Coast of Honduras, a place so remote that a kayak or small plane is needed to get there.