College: Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Spanish at The University of Kentucky
Medical School: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Internship: OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital
My interests within the realm of radiology are quite broad and include Neurology, Breast, and Nuclear Medicine. Regardless of my fellowship track, my career goals are to increase access to radiologic services to underserved communities and the educate the youth in hopes of creating a more knowledgeable, compassionate, and diverse field of medicine.
Listening to music, going to concerts, snowboarding, food, video games, board games
Checking out new restaurants and concerts in the city. Also, once winter arrives, hitting the slopes is a must!
Founder of HEADS-UP (Health Education and Development Services for Underprivileged Populations)
Resident Advisory Committee Member
Social Committee Member
Wellness Committee Member
Fixing the Leaky Pipeline: Why Diversity in Medicine Matters - Thompson, C.A, Gray II, D. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ac1vt3J0v0
Early Intervention in Immigrant and Refugee Youth Populations Increases Medical Knowledge and Interest in the Medical Field -Thompson, CA, Gray II, D.
Business Process Evaluation of Pediatric Radiology Workflow, Interruptions, and Turn Around Times. - Shah, S.H, Thompson, C.A, Zumberge, N.
The biggest strength of the program is the culture. We have an amazing group of residents and faculty who care about each other and whose main goal is to see everyone succeed. Residency is super difficult and it is important that you feel supported throughout the journey.