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RUSM In The News
She encourages women of Pacific Islander descent to pursue careers as physicians
Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) graduate Carrie Worley, ’21, remembers her anticipation on the Monday of Match Week, waiting for the news of her residency match while at her home in Franklin, Ohio, just outside of Dayton.
Even as a young child in kindergarten, Uyi Aisueni had grand ambitions, which fell nothing short of becoming a prominent physician making a huge impact on patients’ lives.
He received his offer well before Match Day
After a 12-year career in respiratory therapy, Nguyen returns to the ER as a physician.
When Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alum Dan Torino, MD, ’14 was growing up in northwestern New Jersey, he knew he loved sports. Once he went off to college and played Division 1 football at Lehigh University, he became fascinated with sports medicine.