Ethan Craig, MD, MPH
MD: University of Iowa
"My experience at Washington University has been excellent. There are routinely scheduled cadaveric anatomy courses, early operative opportunities, and a wealth of faculty support. We provide care for a diverse patient population and a variety of diseases."
Hometown: Cedar Rapids Iowa
Personal statement: I chose WashU for a number of reasons. They have an excellent team of residents and treat a wide variety of patients. The department has strong support for resident research and hands-on experiences. The residents have strong relationships between classes as well as with the faculty. My research interests include head and neck cancer prevention and post surgical quality of life. Outside of medicine, I enjoy playing guitar, organized sports, and reading science fiction novels.
Undergraduate: The Georgia Institute of Technology, BS Biomedical engineering, 2013 with highest honors
Masters of Public Health: University of Iowa
Medical school: University of Iowa
Honors and Awards
- Gold Humanism Honor Society
- 2015 Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health
- 2014 Dorris Abboud Global Programs Award
- Georgia Tech President’s scholarship
- John Hannaback Achievement Award