Doctor Aims to Boost the Number of Practicing Black Women Physicians
Dissatisfied and discouraged with the number of Black women practicing medicine, Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) alumna Dr. Leah Miller is bringing awareness, and donors, to the issue.
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Dr. Gia Gray Aims to Ensure Others Do Not Remain Colorblind
Raised by a man who had a front row seat to the monumental American civil
Janelle Prothro Appreciates Her 25 Year Journey to Medical School
Despite setbacks from non-supportive undergrad academic counselors and a grade point average that didn’t accurately