Cameron Ulmer, MD
Undergraduate: Northwestern University
Medical School: Rush University (AOA, GHHS)
Cameron was born in Pennsylvania, then lived in California and Massachusetts before heading to Chicago to attend college at Northwestern, where he majored in Neurobiology and minored in Music Cognition. Before starting medical school, he worked for a year as a phlebotomist. At Rush, Cameron was involved in medical education efforts including TAing, tutoring, and curriculum development, and sat on the committee addressing student mistreatment. Apart from medicine, he loves to volunteer with Camp Kesem, even advising Brown’s camp in 2018! Brown’s Med-Peds program blew Cameron away with the warmth of the residents and faculty along with the strong categorical training programs, and he is thrilled to return to New England to continue his training.
In his spare time, he enjoys running, hiking, baking, trying new and adventurous foods, and playing and watching sports (huge Northwestern fan).
- Participant in the Clinician Educator Track and Arts & Medicine Track
- Published a case report entitled “A Case of Neonatal Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency” in the NMPRA 2021 Winter Perspective