Almost half of the 154 students graduating this year from the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine chose primary care specialties for their residencies—including, from left, Heidi Ahmed (internal medicine), Courtney Kerestes (obstetrics and gynecology), and Hana Khidir (pediatrics). Khidir is training at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, while Ahmed and Kerestes are training at UI Hospitals and Clinics. Nearly a third of this year’s graduates (50) remain in Iowa for their first year of postgraduate training.
More articles from our Summer 2015 issue
- Alumni News-Class Notes
- Time Capsule
- 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards: Carver College of Medicine honors six
- Among the ‘best’ of U.S. News
- Monitoring for epilepsy reveals tinnitus activity
- Mouse model yields clues to eating disorders
- Clinic visit just clicks away
- Bioactive gel to treat knee injuries?
- Modified herpes virus destroys melanoma cells in phase 3 trial
- Pre-surgery screening reduces staph infections
- Preeclampsia research lands UI in AHA network
- It’s a match!
- Preemies might survive at 22 weeks, if treated
- By the Numbers: HOST
- $4 million for heart failure, diabetes research
- UI expert contributes to Institute of Medicine report on cardiac survival