I derive great joy from seeing students who have struggled for months trying to learn concepts through conventional means make breakthroughs in understanding when working with me.
As a Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude, Rhodes Hambrick completed his BS in Biochemistry at Furman University in 2014. Upon graduation, Rhodes began working toward his MD at NYU School of Medicine where he became a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Researcher and recieved the AOA Award given to the medical student who attained the highest scholastic rating for the four years of medical school. During medical school, Rhodes also scored >90% on his Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Neurology, and Psychiatry shelf exams, achieved honors in all his core clerkships, and was the winner of the Community Service Award for outstanding service to his local community. Rhodes completed his MD in 2018 and matched into Pediatrics at Harvard’s combined program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center, (#1 Pediatric program in the country). Rhodes is also a published academic author, and his work can be found here.
Study and Qualifications
BS from Furman University
MD from NYU School of Medicine
Pediatrics Resident at the Combined program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center