I graduation from Austin College in 2017 with a degree in Biology. I joined the St. George’s University School of Medicine in 2018 and will graduate with my MD in 2022. Austin College was a rigorous course load, however, it greatly prepared me for the course load of Medical School.
I graduated from Austin College in 2016 with a degree in Cell & Molecular Biology. I went on to attend Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and School of Medicine and am currently completing clinical rotations in Amarillo, Texas. I expect to receive my Medical Doctorate in May of 2020 and apply for residency training… [Read More]
I graduation from Austin College in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology. I began Physician Assistant Studies in 2018 at Chatham University and am currently working through clinical rotations. My anticipated graduation and white coat ceremony is July 2020. Austin College provided me with an environment that not only welcomed but encouraged… [Read More]
Ashley Overturf is a 2011 graduate who double majored in psychology and Spanish. She attended graduate school at Texas Woman’s University—Dallas where she obtained a masters degree in occupational therapy (OT). She is an occupational therapist at Parkland Hospital where she has helped develop and expand inpatient psychiatric OT services while also working on the… [Read More]
After graduating from Austin College I went on to Grayson and obtained my Associates of Science in Nursing. Once I graduated from Grayson I went to work for Carrus Specialty Hospital for 3 years and now I am at Baylor Scott and White as a Recovery Room/ Pre-Op nurse.
I graduated from Austin College in 2017 with a BA in Business Administration and a double minor in Leadership Studies & Healthcare Studies. Through the Austin College Gateways Program, I am now a dual-degree candidate at Texas Tech University, simultaneously working on earning my MD from TTUHSC School of Medicine and my MBA from TTU Rawls College of Business.… [Read More]
George Zoys ’91 is one of the best in his craft—no bones about it. Actually, he’s all about bones. George is one of Dallas’ top orthopedic surgeons; he’s been included in D Magazine’s Best Doctors list five times. As an orthopedic surgeon, he focuses on repairing bones and joints. He performs hip replacements, sports medicine,… [Read More]
Rathna Nuti ’09 was accepted to Texas Tech University School of Medicine (TTSOM) in Lubbock through the early acceptance agreement between Austin College and TTSOM. After medical school, she spent three years in a Family & Community Medicine residency at UT Southwestern and then a Sports Medicine fellowship at Drexel in Philadelphia. She is currently with… [Read More]
After graduating in 2017 with a degree in Molecular Biology, I worked for one year and spent another backpacking around the globe to continue growing the sense of global citizenship I learned at Austin College. Now, I am a first year medical student (MS1), Dorman Scholar, and member of the inaugural class at the TCU… [Read More]
A degree in mathematics and a four-year college football career might not be the background for most physicians. Not only was Matthew Ellington on the Austin College NCAA Division III football team, he started at center for four years and served as a team captain as a senior. He knows well the important lessons a… [Read More]