PRESENT AND UNACCOUNTED FOR:
BLACK WOMEN IN MEDICINE
- Dr. Regina Benjamin, Current Surgeon General of the United States.
- Kristel Carrington, 2012 Yale Medical School Graduate.
- Dr. Benjamin Carson, Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
- Dr. Jordan Cohen, President Emeritus, Association of American Medical Colleges and Professor.
- Dr. Lisa Cooper, Professor and Director of the Hopkins Center to Eliminate Cardiovascular Disparities and MacArthur Genius Award recipient.
- Dr. Joycelyn Elders, first Black woman Surgeon General.
- Dr. Jennifer Ellis, Cardiothoracic surgeon at Washington Hospital Center.
- Antonia Francis, 2012 Albany Medical School Graduate.
- Dr. Lynne Holden, Emergency Medicine Physician in New York City.
- Dr. Marilyn Hughes Gaston, First Black Woman to Direct a Public Health Service Bureau.
- Dr. Camara Jones, Research Director on Social Determinants of Health and Equity in the Division of Adult and Community Health at the CDC.
- Dr. Camille Jones, Assistant Health Commissioner for the City of Cincinnati.
- Dr. Clara Jones, Tufts University Faculty and Clinician.
- Dr. Thomas Laveist, Professor and Director, Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions.
- Dr. Barbara Ross Lee, first Black Woman to be appointed Dean of an American Medical School.
- Dr. Aletha Maybank, Assistant Commissioner at NYC Department of Health.
- Dr. Karen Morris-Priester, mother of five and grandmother who was admitted to Yale Medical School in 2007 at 40 years of age.
- Dr. Muriel Petioni, 97 year old Physician and Founder of the Women’s Luncheon within the National Medical Association.
- Dr. Velma Scantlebury, first Black Woman Transplant Surgeon in the United States.
- Dr. Carol Scott, emergency care physician.
- Dr. Claudia Thomas, First Black Woman Orthopedic Surgeon.
- Rashele Yarborough, 2012 Yale Medical School Graduate.
- "Mentoring in Medicine" National Non-Profit assisting students to enter medical school.
- Summer Medical and Dental Education Program at Yale University.