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Alumni Stories

Midwestern University’s amazing alumni, over 25,000 strong, are exemplary healthcare leaders and many of them are on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic serving their communities. Now more than ever, our alumni are inspiring students, faculty, and staff. We are pleased to share their personal experiences, best practices, and stories about how this pandemic is impacting their work and their communities.

Stories

Laura Sibrava, D.M.D.,

There is a very artistic side to dentistry. You have to have left-brain ability to create something that wasn't there before (like a crown).

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MWU Now Stories

Teaching. Research. Service. As a caring community dedicated to healthcare education, Midwestern University puts you first in all we do.

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Nicolas Rivera Rodriguez

I want to use all the tools and knowledge I acquire at Midwestern and use them to help local communities that are usually overlooked due to their socioeconomic status or racial background.

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Mia Felix

One of my greatest passions is to provide to underrepresented minorities the resources, opportunities, and connections that I didn’t have growing up.

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Athens Graves

There is a small community of people that share the same experiences getting here as I did, and I want people to know that and feel inspired by it.

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Ashley Roberts

My interest turned into passion once I realized the importance of having physicians that look like me and the need to rectify the disparities that exist in minority and underserved communities.

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Michelle Mahmood

I hope to prove to my cultural community that women can be doctors too.

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Ashley Brown

Through my volunteer experiences, public service work, and clinical experience, I realized that medicine offered me the ability to engage in all the areas I loved.

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Allison Rushing, D.P.T.

Being a student at Midwestern University was definitely hard work and fast-paced, but it was not competitive here. Everyone just wanted to help each other and in that aspect it was just really welcoming. People studied together and shared ideas.

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