Maggie Salinger 

"I’m two years out of the program, and I keep in better touch with my Goucher classmates and professors than with my friends from undergrad. I like knowing that I have this solid group of people entering the profession with me."

As a teenager, Maggie thought about pursuing basketball as a career; in college, she turned her focus to public health and international development. She was the director for International Projects at Nourish, a student-run sustainable development organization that partners with organizations overseas. After Goucher, she spent two years working at the NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. She received a Robert W. Woodruff Fellowship for her medical studies at Emory.

 



Maggie Salinger

Maggie Salinger 

BA, Anthropology and International Studies, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2010
MD, Emory University School of Medicine, 2017