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Like many medical students, Kersten Schwanz, MD, had multiple areas of medical specialty she could choose for her career. Many specialties interested her, but the one thing this former college athlete knew was she wanted to work with athletes.
Alexander Senk, MD, Acting Director, Spinal Cord Injury and Disorder, first came to the Minneapolis VA Health Care System as a physician resident where he worked on the spinal cord injury unit and the polytrauma center.
Rosie Glenn, Navy Veteran and law school graduate, loves building her knowledge, sharing what she learns with others and advocating for those around her, especially for the younger members of her family and her fellow Veterans.