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Lyndsay Kandi, MS4

Native American Heritage Month Spotlight: MS4 Lyndsay Kandi

By: Jude Sotelo | November 22, 2022

Meet Lyndsay Kandi, a fourth year medical student at the University of Arizona - Tucson and a registered tribal band member of Upper Cayuga Nation (First Nations indigenous, Iroquois). Recognizing the disparity of indigenous representation in higher education, Lyndsay has served as a mentor to other Native and first generation students throughout undergrad and medical school. She currently holds national roles with the Association of Women Surgeons and the American Medical Association’s Committee of American Indian Affairs. Her most prized role, however, is being a mother to her five-year-old daughter, Arya.

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Veteran's Day Spotlight: MS1 Alexander Hilser

By: Olivia Miltner | November 10, 2022

Meet Alexander Hilser, a first year medical student at the College of Medicine - Tucson. After deployments in Somalia and Afghanistan, Hilser is now a technical sergeant at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and an aspiring trauma surgeon.

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Meghan L. Good, MD

Surgery Welcomes Colorectal Surgeon Dr. Meghan Good

By: Jude Sotelo | October 21, 2022

The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson Department of Surgery is pleased to welcome Meghan L. Good, MD, as a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Surgery’s Division of Surgical Oncology specializing in colorectal surgery.

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