Stephanie Dixon, MD, was very impressed with the residents and faculty at Cincinnati Children’s and University Hospital during her interview season. Everyone seemed very motivated and interested in continuing learning but also enjoyable to spend time with and work with. She was also very drawn by the strength of the program, specifically some of the pediatric subspecialties that interested her. It was a great combination of academic integrity, supportive atmosphere and welcoming colleagues.
Education and Training
MD: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2012.
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