Mayo Physician/Scientist Stories

Mayo Clinic in Arizona

  • Brian Chong, M.D.

    Brian Chong, M.D.

    In 2004, he accepted an offer to develop and lead an endovascular surgical neuroradiology practice.

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  • Rafael Fonseca, M.D.

    Rafael Fonseca, M.D.

    When he arrived in Scottsdale, Dr. Fonseca knew that to build a multiple myeloma program, he would need funding from sources beyond Mayo.

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  • Bernadette Reidy, M.D.

    Bernadette Reidy, M.D.

    Dr. Reidy worked in a private internal medicine practice before joining Mayo Clinic. Today, she's a convert to Mayo's large group practice environment.

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Mayo Clinic in Florida

  • Mary O'Connor, M.D.

    Mary O'Connor, M.D.

    She learned some valuable life lessons as a member of the U.S. Olympic rowing team in 1980, the year the United States boycotted the summer Olympics.

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  • Floyd Willis, M.D.

    Floyd Willis, M.D.

    Mayo has offered him just the right mix of research, teaching and patient care, caring for patients ranging in age from newborns to 99-year-olds.

    Read his story

Mayo Clinic in Minnesota

  • William Dunn, M.D.

    William Dunn, M.D.

    Some of Dr. Dunn's daily experiences as a resident at Mayo were important factors in his decision to return.

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  • Luis Haro, M.D.

    Luis Haro, M.D.

    Deciding to leave Mexico and move 4,000 miles away to Rochester was a "career dream come true."

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  • Loni Neal, M.D.

    She had some reservations about moving to the Midwest and fitting into the Mayo culture, particularly about the diversity of Mayo's staff.

    Read her story