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Young lady broke a University’s 148 years record to become the first-ever black Neurosurgeon

  • A young lady broke a University’s 148 years record to become the first-ever black Neurosurgeon.
  • The lady named Tamia Potter achieved this great feat at Vanderbilt University in the United States.
  • She is the first black woman and the first black person to ever achieve such.

A young lady broke a University’s 148 years record to become the first-ever black Neurosurgeon. Tamia Potter achieved this groundbreaking milestone at Vanderbilt University in the United States, becoming the first-ever black female neurosurgeon in the university’s history.

Prior to this accomplishment, she earned her bachelor’s degree in chemistry with high honors (summa cum laude) from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University.

Subsequently, she pursued her neurosurgery degree at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

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Young lady broke a University’s 148 years record

Following her graduation from medical school, Tamia received an acceptance letter from Vanderbilt University for her residency program.

Initially, she had doubts, but upon seeing the letter, she felt relieved and excited to embark on the next chapter of her life after years of rigorous education.

According to Tamia, everything she is doing and learning is with the intention of benefiting others. Her acceptance into the neurosurgery position at Vanderbilt University’s Medical Center, Tennessee, marks her as the first black woman to hold such a position there.

During medical school, she encountered the first Black woman neurosurgeon, and this representation profoundly influenced her self-belief. As she now takes on this groundbreaking role, she aspires to become a similar source of inspiration for future students.

Young lady broke a University’s 148 years record

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In other news, celebrating her virginity, Deborah Ocheido, a graduate of Benue State University, recently took to Twitter to express pride in being chaste.

The revelation came in response to a follower’s inquiry about her chastity, prompted by Deborah’s advocacy for s3xual purity.

The curious follower wondered if Deborah’s past experiences contradicted her stance on purity.

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