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This graduate attained her top-choice residency, but it wasn't by accident. Rather, she had a strategic plan.
Dr. Ojo remembers how "awesome" it felt to match into a residency training program this year.
This grad has supported relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and more.
This career-changer found that the skills he developed as a banker have helped him as a medical resident.
Helping patients in crisis is deeply rewarding for Campbell, a New York ER psychiatrist.
Four-time Olympian who earned a residency, then fellowship, at University of Ottawa.
Left nursing career to attend Ross; earned a competitive neuro residency at U of Ottawa.
A hematologist-oncologist, Armenio chairs the Roger Williams Medical Center Department of Medicine.
Now starting her residency at Berkshire Medical Center, this graduate especially enjoyed her clinical years.
This Florida native impressed on day 1 of residency and later earned a dermatology fellowship.
Former soccer star; orthopedic sports medicine fellow at the prestigious Andrews Institute.
A family physician, Dr. Ford believes patient-physician relationships are critical to positive outcomes.
Currently chief resident in surgery at Medical College of Georgia; starts a plastics fellowship there in 2016.
Has a thriving practice in Florida, providing care to patients from age 12 to centenarians.
Was chief surgery resident and Resident of the Year, later earning a colorectal surgery fellowship.
This commodities broker, now a neurologist, treated NFL athletes and is medical director for a stroke center.
This Vancouver physician said his Ross education was "top-quality."
Dr. Saphier is a radiologist who has spent much of her career advocating for breast health.
Dr. Gusakov, an anesthesiologist, treated victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
A child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist who operates a practice in Moorestown, NJ.
Dr. Waldman is vice chair of Orlando Regional Medical Center's Department of Cardiology.
Ignore the naysayers; follow your dream, says Ortiz. This former X-ray tech earned a radiology residency in 2016.
A Couples Match success! The Piotters, who met at Ross, earned residencies together at LSU Shreveport.
Earned a preliminary surgery residency at the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Minn.
Dr. Sharma, who matched in his preferred specialty, says he "loved" his experience in Dominica and at Ross.
After she wraps her internal medicine residency, this Texas native has her eye on a potential fellowship.
Despite having a "so-called disability," this grad earned a radiology residency in his hometown of Peoria, IL.
Dr. Patton, who went to Ross because of its "reputation of excellence," got his #1 residency choice.
This graduate credits her US clinical rotations with helping her decide which medical specialty to pursue.
Taking responsibility for achieving his goals is what drove this graduate to earn a residency in Canada.
Dr. McEntee recalls exactly where he was when he got the phone call telling him he'd earned his top choice.
Dr. Perez decided to pursue family medicine because she loves that it offers such patient variety.
Now in the midst of his surgery residency, this graduate plans to specialize in plastic surgery.
Dr. Todd matched into what she called a "world-famous" neurology program at University of Toronto.
This family medicine resident says earning a residency was the "best feeling I've ever had."
Now in her second year of residency, Dr. Krause earned an internal medicine spot at University of Toronto.
Chief resident for his final residency year; has a job lined up at a Michigan emergency medicine group.
Chief family medicine resident at University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Jackson.
Chief emergency medicine resident at Summa Akron City Hospital in Akron,
Chief EM resident at SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse.
Chief anesthesiology resident at New York Medical College in Valhalla.
Chief pathology resident at University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville.