Four Lincoln University Alumnae Receive Medical Degrees

by: Special to the AFRO from Lincoln University
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At least four Lincoln University alumnae will be receiving medical degrees from various medical schools across thNewLogowithBlueWords1e country this month.

The new alumnae medical doctors graduated from Lincoln between 2006 and 2011 with bachelor’s degrees in either biology or health science.

“The College of Science & Technology is very proud of our alumnae,” said Dr. Derrick Swinton, Interim Dean of the College of Science & Technology. “Their efforts and persistence are commendable and further the goal of the Center of Excellence in Health Disparities to increase the number of Lincoln University alumni graduating in professional programs in the field of healthcare, thereby alleviating the problems of health disparities in the United States.”

The new medical doctors are:

Adaeze J. Chikwem ’10, who graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in biology, will be receiving her medical degree from Temple University Medical School.

Diahann M. Marshall ’11, who graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in health science, will be receiving her medical degree from Ross University Medical School.

Renee Peterkin ’06, who graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in biology, will be receiving her medical degree from American University of Antigua.

Stephanie Rand ’11, who graduated with a bachelor’s of science degree in biology, will be receiving her medical degree from Thomas Jefferson Medical School.

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