- Dr Mitchell is a surgeon scientist from Jamaica
- The accomplished Black woman recently completed her Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship programme at Johns Hopkins
- Dr Mitchell took to social media to gush about her achievement
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Dr Kerry-Ann Mitchell from Jamaica has joined the list of Black women blazing trails when it comes to academic achievements.
The surgeon scientist recently graduated from the Neuroplastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship programme at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the USA.
The high-achieving woman has become a standard-bearer following her recent education accomplishment.
Born and raised in Jamaica, Dr Mitchell immigrated to the United States at the age of 17 to attend Benedict College in South Carolina.
The ambitious Black woman went further to obtain her PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Utah, followed by her MD at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Dr Mitchell later completed her Integrated Plastic & Reconstructive Residency programme at the University of Southern California.
In a recent post on social media, the incredibly educated woman celebrated her highly remarkable feats in education.
Dr Mitchell revealed that she earned her PhD in Neuroscience in four years and also completed her post-doctoral research in four years.
Gushing about her accomplishments, she wrote:
Bachelors: 4 years PhD in Neuroscience: 4 years Post doc research: 1 year Med school: 4 years Residency: 6 years Neuroplastic Surgery fellowship: 1 year 20 years later: Surgeon Scientist at @OhioState.
In another story, a Twitter user with the handle name, SheGoByJubilee, has become an example of women reaching beyond education, cultural, and social limitations.
The young Black woman recently announced in a post on Twitter that she has completed college with a Bachelor of Science in Global Health.
SheGoByJubilee revealed she graduated from the University of Southern California in the United States of America. Without any sort of restrained enthusiasm, she announced her accomplishment along with heart-warming images from her graduation ceremony.
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