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WALL STREET JOURNAL: Alumna Shares Her Ross Experience

June 12, 2017

 

 

Alumna Lindsey Ling, MD, shares her Ross experience in the recent Wall Street Journal article, "Overseas Medical Schools Offer Remedy for Shortage of U.S. Doctors: U.S. schools can't keep up with demand for physicians, so international programs are stepping in with American graduates." 

Ling is a family medicine resident at St. Vincent's Medical Center in Jacksonville, FL.

Ling met her husband, Richard P. Bowser, MD, at Ross. He is completing an anesthesiology residency program at the University of Miami. They both graduated with medical degrees from Ross in 2014 and married two years later. 

 

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