A focus on literacy set the foundation for Zaria Rayes' path to medical school.
The program, which will be awarded $190,000 a year, provides care to women, infants, children, and youth who are infected with or affected by HIV.
After serving in Iraq, Marine Cpl. Justin Atkins was inspired to become a doctor by the physicians who treated his injuries after an IED explosion.
Assistant professor Josephine Sun offers expertise on the re-emergence of the polio virus and the importance of routine immunizations.
Years of juggling work, school, and family obligations pay off as Marvi Moreno finally begins medical school.
Dr. Sadaf Fakhra never gave up on her goal of becoming a doctor despite years of challenges.
Undergraduate research experiences helped Jordyn Farewell strengthen her academic performance and get into med school.
Professor Dale Netski models his drive for continual learning at the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine.