Ann Ding, MD
Undergraduate: Vanderbilt University
Medical School: University of Texas, San Antonio (AOA, GHHS)
Ann was born in Fargo, North Dakota (believe it or not!), but was raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. She went to Vanderbilt for college, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Molecular and Cellular Biology and minors in Chemistry, Music, and Chinese. She headed to San Antonio, Texas, for medical school, where she enjoyed mentoring younger medical students, visiting Ethiopia on global health trips, and volunteering at the Student Run Free Clinics. Her medical interests include providing primary care for incarcerated populations and specifically transitions of care for these patients. She is also interested in medical education, global health, and correctional healthcare.
Ann’s hobbies include piano, guitar, eating all the delicious food in Providence, writing reviews about all those wonderful restaurants as a Yelp Elite, and going to Body Pump (an aerobics weight lifting class.) Brown stood out to Ann on the interview trail because of the authenticity, warmth, and kindness of the faculty and residents, coupled with its academically rigorous learning environment.
Residency Highlights: BRIGHT program, Medicine Housestaff Support Group
Selected as Internal Medicine Chief Resident for AY2022-23