Rosalyn Reades (’02)
What playing sports taught me about medicine:
Discipline and teamwork. In medicine, you’re dependent on many people. You can’t work alone.
My definition of success:
Achieving the goals that you’ve set for yourself and being happy doing what you’re doing.
Favorite UNT memories:
Playing basketball during “midnight madness” (the first day the NCAA permits formal practice) and attending “The Taste of Denton” in the Pit. I like to eat.
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
NASCAR — I’m a huge Kasey Kahne fan.
Key to surviving medical school:
Put in the time to study, with good time management, and stay focused.