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Alumni Interview

Radmehr Torabi, MD

Currently a PGY-5 Resident in Neurosurgery at Brown University-Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island, Dr. Torabi says he chose AUA “because they took more into consideration than just my test scores. They cared about my drive and my passion to pursue a career in medicine and become a more thought and more caring physician.”

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