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Sherri Kearise Taylor

Gynecologist , obstetrician , writer

Sherri Kearise Taylor, American obstetrician, gynecologist, writer. Recipient Johnson Award for Excellence in Art of Medical, Kalamazoo Center for Medical, 2003, Women in Medical Award, Michigan State University, College of Human Medical, 2000-2001. Volunteer Volunteer of America, Lansing, Michigan, 1999—2000; Member of Student National Medical Association, Minority Medical Student Association, American College of obstetrics-gynecology.

Background

Taylor, Sherri Kearise was born on July 11, 1975 in Balitmore, Maryland, United States. Daughter of Charles Avon and Shiela Vanessa (Caldwell) Taylor.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Maryland, Baltimore, 1992—1998. Doctor of Medicine, Michigan State University, 1998—1999. Post baccalaureate (honorary), Michigan State University, 1998—1999.

Career

Academic tutor UMBC athletics excel program, Baltimore, 1996—1998. Residential tutor UMBC classic upward bound, 1997—1998. Academic tutor Michigan State University, department of anatomy, East Lansing, Michigan, 1999—2000.

Graduate assistant Michigan State University, office of state of affairs, 1999—2000. Academic tutor Michigan State University, ABLE progressive, 2000—2001. Resident Doctor Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, Pennsylvania, since 2003.

Works

  • Author: (research) National Institutes of Health Science Reports, 1995, 1996, (anthology) American at the Millenium, 2000.

Membership

Volunteer Volunteer of America, Lansing, Michigan, 1999—2000. Member of Student National Medical Association, Minority Medical Student Association, American College of obstetrics-gynecology.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Crocheting, travel, hiking, piano, classical music.