The Long School of Medicine celebrates Women in Medicine Month


September is Women in Medicine Month (WIMM), an annual observance recognized by the American Medical Association highlighting the contributions of female physicians since 1990.

The Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine is home to countless exceptional women in medicine and science, including physicians, teachers, researchers, mentors and more.

The Office for Inclusion and Diversity has recognized WIMM since 2018 recognizing these outstanding faculty and students within the Long School of Medicine, based on nominations submitted by faculty, interns, and students.

This year, the school honors 21 women who are changing the face of health, medicine and science. The 2022 Women in Medicine Month recipients are listed below.

Ann Griffith, Ph.D.

assistant professor
Microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics

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Jeannie Harden, MD

assistant professor
Medical Director of Reeves Inpatient Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation medicine

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Heta Javeri, MD, MPH

Associate Professor
Fellowship Program Director
Medicine (infectious diseases)

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Mayra Perez, DO

Assistant clinical professor
Family and community medicine

Stephanie Perez
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Arlene Reyes, MD

Assistant clinical professor
Family and community medicine

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Afaf Saliba

PhD student
Medicine (nephrology)

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