About

Dr. Aisha Terry
MINORITY WOMEN IN SCIENCE FOUNDATION
Enlightening Mentorship, Tangible Resources and Focused Networking

 

The Dr. Aisha's Minority Women in Science Foundation (MWSF) was founded in May of 2006. Inspired by the Dr. Terry's passion for mentorship and background in the medical sciences, the MWSF strives to empower the dreams of minority women with interests in science careers by providing personalized mentorship and resources. This non-profit organization is based out of Washington, DC. 

 

BIOGRAPHY - Dr. Liferidge

Born and raised in North Carolina, Dr. Terry graduated with honors from Duke University with a bachelor of science degree in Biology, and minors in Chemistry and Spanish. In 1999, she began her medical training at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine on a 4-year full scholarship. While in Chapel Hill, she reaped the benefits of mentorship from great icons in the field of emergency medicine, which led to her completing key research in neurological emergencies as a tender, yet eager medical student.  

 

Dr. Aisha Terry, M.D. 
Founder
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News and Notes

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Mentee Spotlight

Ayomide Adeleye

Specialty:  Emergency Medicine

Residency: Baylor College of Medicine

Ayomide decided to pursue medicine due to her love of biology and learning about the human body. She is featured in April's edition of FORBES MAGAZINE. 

Ludia P. Burden 

Excellence in Education Grant to Sister Mentors of Washington, DC, a project of Eduseed Incorporated. 

 

 

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