School of Medicine in Amarillo Recognizes Residents

Amarillo Residents AwardsThe TTUHSC School of Medicine in Amarillo honored its graduating residents May 30 during the 30th annual Resident Recognition Lunch at the Amarillo Country Club. More than 30 residents received honors from their individual departments for their service while enrolled at the TTUHSC Amarillo campus.

The Resident’s Choice Award for 2017-2018 went to Joshua Crane, D.O. Other individual honorees included Shaun Wesley, M.D., who received the Golden Apple Award, and Shayan Siddiqui, M.D., who took home the George H. Kollmar, M.D. Award. The Outstanding First-Year Resident honorees included Shaun Wesley, M.D. (Family Medicine), Aesha Singh, M.D. (Internal Medicine), Justin Williams, M.D. (OB/Gyn) and Ayobami Olanrewaju, M.D. (Pediatrics).

Congratulations to all of the School of Medicine residents.




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