Dr. Khaing Myint
Dr. Khaing Myint
Infectious Disease Fellowship at Harlem Hospital Center
Congratulations to Dr. Khaing Myint, who will be starting a 2 year Infectious Disease Fellowship at Harlem Hospital Center, after having completed her Internal Medicine Residency there. The MUA team is so proud of your accomplishment and wish you much continued success.
Other graduates stories
Eyad Ahmed MD-Pre-Match into Internal Medicine Residency
Internal Medicine Resident
“The happiest day of my life was when MUA decided to take a chance on me and accept me into the school,” says Eyad Ahmed. Currently placed in an Internal Medicine Residency at St. Michael’s Medicine Center in Newark, Eyad says: “It is a dream come true that now, as a graduate of MUA, I have matched with a residency 30 minutes from where I grew up”.
MUA Clinical Student
MUA Clinical student Troy Hamner is working toward a career as an orthopedic surgeon, and assiduously taking the necessary steps at MUA to help ensure his dream. A competitive soccer player in college at Hampden-Sydney in Virgina, he realized in his junior year that he really liked science and helping people. A philosophy major, and missing some necessary credits he enrolled in the Pre-Med program at MUA. “Pre-Med was great. I give a lot of credit to it. It gave me the time to hone in on my study skills. It taught me how I could develop more rigor in my studying while building my stamina, so that when I came to Med 1 I had the training to do well. I would say that this training from Pre-Med was key to my ultimately receiving the Dean of Basic Sciences award.”