Making an African American REI physician: a story of mentorship
This piece explores a personal journey of perseverance and mentorship to navigate the professional pipeline and become an academic leader in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
VOLUME 116, ISSUE 2, P281-286
Michael A. Thomas, M.D.
Few African American men graduating from medical school find a home as a provider in obstetrics and gynecology. This is a story of mentorship at every level of the medical pipeline and should serve as a primer on how to help future leaders from diverse backgrounds.