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Alumni News

Alumni News

Alumni News offers updates on graduates from the 1970s through 2019!

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A Life Committed to Service

Leo Lopez III, M.D. Class of 2015, is in his second year as a National Clinician Scholar at Yale University in Connecticut. While there, he will earn a master’s degree in health sciences.

For Leo Lopez III, M.D. Class of 2015, a brain injury in high school changed the trajectory of his life. This led him to earn his M.D. from the Long School of Medicine.

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Graduate with Heart for Service Dedicated to Students, Patients

Dina Tom, M.D. Class of 2010, is a staff pediatrician at University Hospital.

Dina Tom, M.D. Class of 2010, teaches medical students, cares for pediatric patients, and volunteers locally and abroad.

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Graduation 2019

Reginald Lloyd (from left), Jared Seaman, Mahsa Madani, Benjamin Upton

On May 18, 2019, the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine conferred Doctor of Medicine degrees to 210 graduates. Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

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Match Day 2019

Match day 2019

Match Day on March 15, 2019, was a joyful event for more than 650 medical students, their families and friends. After opening their envelopes, 202 students learned where their residencies would take them.

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Our Alumni Family: 13,578 Graduates

Our Alumni Family - 13,578 Graduates

The Long School of Medicine’s first graduating class was in 1970. Since that time, the school has awarded Doctor of Medicine degrees to 13,578 graduates.

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DFW Graduates Enjoy Dinner, Informative Program

Engaging in Dallas

DFW Long School of Medicine alumni attended an Alumni Dinner on Oct. 5, 2019, hosted by Dean Robert Hromas, M.D., FACP. The program featured a discussion with David Genecov, M.D. Class of 1990.

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A New Tradition: White Coat Gifting

Give to the White Coat fund

Help us support new medical students by giving to the Long School of Medicine White Coat Campaign. This new tradition is a meaningful way for alumni to connect with the next generation of physicians.

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