Match Day 2021: Duke Family Medicine Residency Announces Match of 8 Interns

The Duke Family Medicine Residency Program announced today the eight medical students who will join the program in July as interns. Two will enter the residency's new Rural Training Track. All medical students in the country learned today—Match Day—which residency program they would be joining as interns in the 2021-22 academic year.

Meet the Interns

Jeremiah Davis, MD, MPH

Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University

Hobbies: Basketball, football, running, weight training, yoga, hiking, traveling, cooking


Dewonna Ferguson, MD

Saint Louis University School of Medicine

Hobbies: Smooth jazz, candle making, theater


Alexandra Rice, MD

Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine

Hobbies: Reading, playing the piano, singing, listening to music, cooking, traveling, learning about history, art and culture.


Maria Santos, MD

University of Michigan Medical School

Hobbies: Hiking, camping, kayaking, playing the guitar, cooking.


Bryana Williams, MD, MPH

Emory University School of Medicine

Hobbies: DONA-trained birth doula, Japanese gagaku music, horror movies, Vegan baking


Kristin Williams, MD

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Hobbies: Kickboxing, visiting art museums, spending time with friends, family, and my cat


Meet the Rural Training Track Interns

Rashmi Jyotsna Saincher, MD

St. George's University in London

Hobbies: Reading, writing poetry, gardening, reading fiction, exercise.


Jessica Yeary Sanders, MD

University of Texas, Houston

Hobbies: Environmental sustainability and minimalism, reading memoirs and autobiographies, learning to sail and walking my dogs