Ferenc Czeyda-Pommersheim, MD
Assistant Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging
Since joining the faculty in 2018, I have become involved in medical student education at the School of Medicine through teaching workshops to small groups of students on ultrasound and cancer imaging. I have found Yale medical students to be inquisitive, motivated, and bright. My interactions with them have enriched me both personally and professionally, and have been among the highlights of my career. I want to take every opportunity to similarly enrich their growth during the time they spend with us at Yale.
I know through personal experience that medical school is one of the most consequential periods of growth a person can go through. It lays the foundations of a lifetime of learning, and comes with many opportunities and triumphs, but some challenges as well. I see the Longitudinal Coaching Program as a chance to foster the growth of our students by helping them reach their full potential as physicians-in-training. I am looking to make a positive impact, both on the time our students spend at Yale, and their entire career in medicine.