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MEDPREP Program Alumni Graduate from SIUSOM

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The Southern Illinois University School of Medicine held its 43rd annual commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at the Sangamon Auditorium in Springfield, IL. Six of the members of the graduating class of 2017 are MEDPREP alumni.

We congratulate:

  • Dr. Jeala Barnett (residency: Psychiatry, Morehouse School of Medicine),
  • Dr. Markesha Jones (residency: Family Medicine, SIU School of Medicine Affiliated Hospitals),
  • Dr. Kristen Kirby (residency: Pediatrics, Vident Medical Center, East Carolina University),
  • Dr. Jasmine Moreno (residency: Pediatrics, University of Illinois College of Medicine),
  • Dr. T Newsome (residency: Internal Medicine, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore),
  • Dr. Aishah Yanssaneh (residency: Psychiatry, University of Illinois College of Medicine).

We wish the very best for our MEDPREP alumni and all the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine graduates as they move forward in their medical careers. Congratulations, graduates!  

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