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Upper School Career Breakfast - Medicine

Nichols Academic Building - Lecture Hall - 1
The Randolph Academic Ambassadors are hosting a breakfast for students interested in pursuing a career in medicine. This is a great opportunity for your child to meet three professionals who are working in the field, ask questions about their journeys, and discover the opportunities that exist in the field of medicine.
The Randolph Academic Ambassadors are hosting a breakfast for students interested in pursuing a career in medicine. This is a great opportunity for your child to meet three professionals who are working in the field, ask questions about their journeys, and discover the opportunities that exist in the field of medicine.

Dr. Aruna Arora
Aruna Arora is a native of Huntsville. After graduating from Randolph in 1993, she attended Washington University in St. Louis for two years and graduated from Birmingham-Southern College with a Biology/Psychology focus. She earned her master’s degree in Public Health and a medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). She completed her residency in neurology as well as her fellowship in Neuromuscular/Neurophysiology, where she served as Chief Resident/Chief Fellow, also at UAB. She is board-certified in Neurology as well as Neuromuscular Medicine. For the last nine years, she has been the ALS Clinic Co-Director at the first Multidisciplinary ALS Clinic in Alabama, as well as doing neuro-diagnostic testing and consultations in her outpatient practice with her husband, Dr. Amit Arora, at Neurology Consultants of Huntsville. She currently works during the school day in order to raise their two little Randolph Raiders, Asha (age 9) and Avi (age 8). She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and reading with her children.

Dr. Jason Banks
Dr. Banks was born and raised in Huntsville. After graduating from Grissom High School, he attended Huntington College earning a B.A. in Biology. He received his medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where he also completed a general surgery internship followed by a six-year Neurosurgical Residency in 2005. On July 16, 2015, Dr. Banks was the first surgeon to perform a cranial procedure at Crestwood Medical Center. Dr. Banks is active in the advancement of spinal treatment through his participation in numerous clinical research studies in his practice.

Dr. May Strickland Jennings
Dr. May Strickland Jennings is a native of Huntsville and attended Randolph School for 13 years. She then attended Wellesley College with a major in psychobiology and a minor in music. After spending a year working in neuroscience research at Emory University, she enrolled in the University of Alabama School of Medicine (UASOM). After medical school, she completed her residency training in internal medicine at the Medical College of Georgia and the UASOM. Over the next 16 years, Dr. Jennings was a faculty member at the UASOM on three of their four campuses, participating in clinical teaching for medical students and residents and attaining the rank of associate professor. In 2015, Dr. Jennings moved back to Huntsville with her husband and three children. She is currently working part-time in the Madison Hospital Emergency Room.
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