Even after she got her first job in correctional medicine, Anne Spaulding, MD, never thought she’d spend her entire career in the field.
She grew up in Northern Virginia, earned her medical degree at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, and completed her internal medicine residency in Rhode Island, followed by a fellowship in infectious diseases at the University of Massachusetts, Worcester. For family reasons, she wanted to stay in Rhode Island when she launched her career, but jobs in her field were scarce.
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